Definition of Ambitus. Meaning of Ambitus. Synonyms of Ambitus

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Definition of Ambitus

Ambitus
Ambitus Am"bi*tus ([a^]m"b[i^]*t[u^]s), n. [L. See Ambit, Ambition.] 1. The exterior edge or border of a thing, as the border of a leaf, or the outline of a bivalve shell. 2. (Rom. Antiq.) A canvassing for votes.

Meaning of Ambitus from wikipedia

- power. The Latin word ambitus is the origin of the English word "ambition" which is another of its original meanings; ambitus was the process of "going...
- specifically, the ambitus is the range, or the distance between the highest and lowest note. Different chants vary widely in their ambitus. Even relatively...
- Ambitus refers to the range of pitches used in the melody. Melodies whose final is in the middle of the ambitus, or which have only a limited ambitus...
- Munir Bashir, the King of Oud (Arabic: منير بشير‎, Syriac: ܡܘܢܝܪ ܒܫܝܪ‎) (1930 – September 28, 1997) was an Iraqi ****yrian musician and one of the most...
- Aufidia de ambitu, sometimes referred to as the lex Aufidia de ambitu, was a proposed Roman law, aimed at punishing electoral bribery, ambitus. It is known...
- are described as trebles, although boy soprano is widely used as well. Ambitus Voice cl****ification in non-cl****ical music Scientific pitch notation McKinney...
- part of a musical piece. Hence, in musical notation, tessitura is the ambitus in which that particular vocal (or less often instrumental) part lies—whether...
- up one octave to the G above, or as a mode whose final was G and whose ambitus runs from the F below the final to the G above, with possible extensions...
- b****et Cl****ification Woodwind, clarinet family Playing range Ambitus written Ambitus B****ethorn in F, sounding Related instruments Clarinet d'amore...
- from receiving inheritances and from attending public games. Lex Iulia de Ambitu (18 BC): Penalising bribery when acquiring political offices. Lex Iulia...
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