And how are the semiquavers
and the demisemiquavers progressing?
Mark Bebbinton was the noble soloist in this unforgiving space where neat semiquaver
runs were blurred occasionally as he exchanged phrases with a somewhat sharp-edged, bright orchestra.
Irresistibly," perhaps, if one's verbal radar is set to pick up even the faintest semiquaver
of an Oedipal allusion.
It didn't seem even a semiquaver
too long at the Metropolitan Opera on Feb.
Some would jib at his strict observance of Beethoven's 'outdated' pedalling of the finale's semiquaver
The conductor made the most of the symphony's dramatic elements, infusing the driving syncopated lines that open the work with propulsive tension and delivering the frenetic semiquaver
motive with explosive power.
A dotted quaver-semiquaver
pattern can be 'this-to' (M), with an extension provided by respondent G when describing a dotted quaver followed by a number of semiquavers
, 'One ha choo, a tree, a four a', "I say it in rhythm and do physical hand movements, 'ha choo' (hand on nose to sneeze), 'a tree' (point to a tree outside), 'a four a' (like calling out for golf fore
Line 8 is an exception, although even here the first word, after the initial vocable, starts with a semiquaver
Throughout, the singers of the Holmfirth Choral were excellent, coping well with the demands of Handel's semiquaver
runs and providing a wonderful sound.
Nine times I've heard it, and still not a semiquaver
imprinted on my sol-fa sofa.
Quite frankly,I'dhave expected not a semiquaver
less from a maestro whose deepest indebtedness must be to the Liverpool music making of his teens.
As the song begins, the semiquaver
figurations in the plano's right hand seem to suggest the 'fluttering' of the wagtail, which alternates with the quaver musings of the baby carried by the vocal line.