cadential

ca·den·tial

 (kə-dĕn′shəl)
adj.
1. Of or relating to a cadence.
2. Of or having to do with a cadenza.

cadential

(kəˈdɛnʃəl)
adj
relating to or belonging to a cadence or a cadenza
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The effect of the cadential modulation is heightened further by the hypermetricality of the sixth line, with the feminine ending on the startling word "dazzle," the enjambment providing a brief rest of silence before "Of silence cranes to watch" dazzles us with synaesthesia.
Identification of cadential procedures can aid in the confirmation of tonic at a given portion of the composition.
The piece begins with cadential rustlings before moving onto an intriguing web of quotes from the great Norwegian composer, all conveyed with a wonderful ear for string sonorities.
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Margolais has Dennis Brain's technique and trills but with the modern understanding that cadential trills should begin on the upper note.
Cadential areas seem particularly prone to this tendency, perhaps because there was a letting up of tempo at these points.
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Presented in five keyboard lessons using a 'big picture' approach that incorporates an "energetic relaxed body position," "Beginning Piano Artistry" focuses on exploring the dynamic range of the keyboard through guided improvisation, developing tactile awareness of the keyboard through 12 major five-finger patterns, 12 cadential patterns, five scales in contrary and parallel motion and analysis, and discovering the meaning and spirit of music.
'Endless melody' did not mean that the music continued unabated without any caesura, but that cadential formulae, when they did occur, should be varied and imaginative, nor simply the continuous application of standard cadential patterns of the sort every musician is taught in classes on harmony and counterpoint.
The composer sets the piece in G major, but travels through B-flat and A-flat major in arpeggiated cadential sequences in the middle section.
His examples display distinctively English stylistic traits, such as characteristic cadential ornaments and a limited use of imitation.
Those beats appearing at the end of the phrase are cadential appendices or addenda.