Definition of Decrescendo. Meaning of Decrescendo. Synonyms of Decrescendo

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Definition of Decrescendo

Decrescendo
Decrescendo De`cres*cen"do, a. & adv. [It.] (Mus.) With decreasing volume of sound; -- a direction to performers, either written upon the staff (abbreviated Dec., or Decresc.), or indicated by the sign.

Meaning of Decrescendo from wikipedia

- (abbreviated cresc.) translates as "increasing" (literally "growing") decrescendo (abbreviated to decresc.) translates as "decreasing". diminuendo (abbreviated...
- murmurs can be crescendo, decrescendo or crescendo-decrescendo. Crescendo murmurs progressively increase in intensity. Decrescendo murmurs progressively decrease...
- radiation is typically toward the apex. The configuration is usually decrescendo and has a blowing character. The presence of this murmur is a good positive...
- that the volume steadily increases during the p****age. Diminuendo Also decrescendo A gradual decrease in volume. Can be extended in the same manner as crescendo...
- hangout time. The resultant configuration of this murmur is a crescendo-decrescendo murmur. Causes of midsystolic ejection murmurs include outflow obstruction...
- chanted with greater emphasis and also repeated a number of times as a decrescendo. Mañjuśrī is known in China as Wenshu (Chinese: 文殊; pinyin: Wénshū)....
- recording console. One section of the song engages in a ritardando (decrescendo), a device that is rarely used in pop music. The band struggled to sing...
- in intensity during inspiration. An easily heard systolic, crescendo-decrescendo (i.e., 'ejection') murmur is heard loudest at the upper right sternal...
- rallentando) deciso Firm declamando Solemn, expressive, imp****ioned decrescendo (decresc.) Gradually decreasing volume (same as diminuendo) deest From...
- purity of his tone, for the delicacy of his nuances, and especially his decrescendo, as he was for his execution.[citation needed] His compositions comprise...
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