duple time


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duple time

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(Music, other) musical time with two beats in each bar
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Noun1.duple time - musical time with two beats in each bar
musical time - (music) the beat of musical rhythm
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Results found the most successful music was in duple time with tempo range of 105 and 125 beats per minute.
The music thus evokes a fox hunt, complete with horn calls and a brisk tempo in compound duple time. (15) The key of E major is distantly related to D major, the key that both ends Song IV and begins Song VI.
Kolisch notes that the Allegro of the first movement of opus 106 is the fastest of all Beethoven's works in duple time with this marking, which range from [half note] = 112 in the First Symphony to [half note] = 138 in this movement.
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In 1893, the eminent professor of music Ebenezer Prout had warned composition students off both five-time and seven-time, baldly stating: 'It will seldom, if ever, be advisable for the student to experiment with quintuple or septuple time.' (13) In 1918, an American composer, T Carl Whitmer, expressed some frustration over the reception of pieces that made use of five-time: 'If, perchance, we write in quintuple time we are asked whether duple time is not more natural and we are informed that our work is the result of a mental attitude.
Another possible, less likely (but not impossible) reading, however, interprets reel as a reference to the duple time Scottish folk dance of the same name.
Which fast dance in duple time was created by the Russian Cossacks?
In the finished version of the ode in C618, the music begins with a short French-style prelude, divided into a grand opening section in duple time and a triple-time canzona; there follows a long verse for alto, tenor and bass beginning in [cents] and changing to a (6/2).
The piece, consisting of four strains of duple time and one of compound duple, can yield some choreographic information, if analysed in terms of the conventional relationship between dance steps and music of the time--the system of measure that sustains the aural and visual harmony.
We can hear clicks of a clock with no sense of metre, or hear them in duple time or triple time.
The dance's steps lend themselves to duple time. Therefore, Mullally argues that although it was not originally written in mensural notation, music for the carole should be played in 6/8 time (83).
13r [#37]) but it is in duple time (cents) and is stylistically close to Louis Couperin's Branle de basque.