Definition of Appoggiatura. Meaning of Appoggiatura. Synonyms of Appoggiatura
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Definition of Appoggiatura
Appoggiatura Ap*pog`gia*tu"ra, n. [It., fr. appogiarre to
lean, to rest; ap- (L. ad) + poggiare to mount, ascend,
poggio hill, fr. L. podium an elevated place.] (Mus.)
A passing tone preceding an essential tone, and borrowing the
time it occupies from that; a short auxiliary or grace note
one degree above or below the principal note unless it be of
the same harmony; -- generally indicated by a note of smaller
size, as in the illustration above. It forms no essential
part of the harmony.
Meaning of Appoggiatura from wikipedia
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- and stylistically appropriate
(upper or lower) and appoggiaturas
may also be indicated
by the composer. A number
with an oblique stroke through
the stem, or an appoggiatura
without. When they occur
in groups, grace notes
can be interpreted...
- in the second movement
Concerto. An appoggiatura
(APP) is a type of accented incomplete neighbor
thus: Célestin Deliège [fr], independently, sees the G♯ as an appoggiatura
to A, describing
that in the end only one resolution
is acceptable, one...
keys, or as appoggiatura
chords: a chord rooted
on the raised second scale degree
(D♯–F♯–A–C in the key of C) acts as an appoggiatura
to the tonic
in his output. Chords
of the ninth
and unresolved appoggiaturas
, such as those
in the Valses nobles
et sentimentales, are characteristic...
- "novel harmonic effects often result
from the combination
of ordinary appoggiaturas
or p****ing notes
with melodic figures
of accompaniment", and cadences...
An extra, very fast grace
very high Very high Appoggiatura
A type of ornament
a "yearning" effect...
of a hall or venue
apaisé (Fr.) Calmed
app****ionato P****ionate appoggiatura
note One or more grace notes
that take up some note value...
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