three-four time


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three-four time

n
(Music, other) music a form of simple triple time in which there are three crotchet beats to the bar, indicated by the time signature . Often shortened to: three-four Also called (esp US and Canadian): three-quarter time
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ANDRE Rieu lives his life in three-four time - and, with the help of his Johann Strauss Orchestra, has returned the humble waltz to the global phenomenon it was when it was first introduced 200 years ago.
Within the categories, Breidenstein sorted the movement titles also according to meter, thus classifying Allegro movements respectively in four-four time, two-four time, three-four time, et cetera.
Hart to Hart: Two Harts in Three-Four Time Five, 3.
One of the highlights was the Fats Waller tune Jitterbug Waltz, which proved that it is perfectly possible to swing in three-four time.
This marching song was, perversely, a mazurka in three-four time, and it was said that only the crazy Poles could actually march to what was effectively a quick waltz tempo.
An avalanche strands them overnight on the peak - and by morning, it's two hearts in three-four time.
The comment: "The show is called My Fair Lady or "F***k the Music," surfaces but Rex is impervious to comment and notes that the word "Eliza" falls naturally into three-four time.
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With a focus in the prime jumbo space, Neat Capital said it has advanced the mortgage experience by delivering fast and transparent loan approvals and has been averaging 12 days from application to clear to close, which is nearly three-four times faster than industry average.
Sometimes the fine it is trying to impose is three-four times the project cost.