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PostPosted: Thu Jan 31, 2008 5:16 pm 
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Doyou know what means term appoggiatura ?


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it sometimes serves in place of the modern grace note ... but it depends on the time period in which the piece was composed

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here's a wiki-link describing all manner of ornamentation in soul-drudgering detail

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ornament_%28music%29

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An appogiatura is also, in harmonic analysis, a non-chord tone that is approached by a leap and left by a step, but this term comes from the practice of ornamentation.

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People, thanks a lot for help ! :)


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Biggemski wrote:
Doyou know what means term appoggiatura ?

Do you know what means term Google ?

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:lol:

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