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Definition of Demisemiquaver

Demisemiquaver
Demisemiquaver Dem`i*sem"i*qua`ver, n. (Mus.) A short note, equal in time to the half of a semiquaver, or the thirty-second part of a whole note.

Meaning of Demisemiquaver from wikipedia

- In music, a thirty-second note (American) or demisemiquaver (British) is a note pla**** for 1⁄32 of the duration of a whole note (or semibreve). It lasts...
- is a note pla**** for half the duration of a thirty-second note (or demisemiquaver), hence the name. It first occurs in the late 17th century and, apart...
- Eighth rest Quaver rest 1⁄8 Sixteenth rest Semiquaver rest 1⁄16 Thirty-second rest Demisemiquaver rest 1⁄32 Sixty-fourth rest Hemidemisemiquaver rest 1⁄64...
- NGC 32, a star in the constellation Pegasus A thirty-second note or demisemiquaver is a note pla**** for 1/32 of the duration of a whole note The number...
- flags (or hooks) as the rest has branches. Semiquaver / Sixteenth note Demisemiquaver / Thirty-second note Hemidemisemiquaver / Sixty-fourth note Semihemidemisemiquaver...
- measured tremolo. Commonly, for example, the duration used will be demisemiquavers (thirty-second notes). In this case, there will be three strokes through...
- Similar rules apply to smaller divisions such as thirty-second notes (demisemiquavers) and sixty-fourth notes (hemidemisemiquavers). In Unicode, U+266C (♬)...
- crotchet eighth note quaver sixteenth note semiquaver thirty-second note demisemiquaver sixty-fourth note hemidemisemiquaver 𝅘𝅥𝅲 hundred twenty-eighth note...
- ⁠7/64⁠ ⁠1/16⁠ + ⁠1/32⁠ + ⁠1/64⁠ + ⁠1/128⁠ = ⁠15/128⁠ thirty-second note demisemiquaver ⁠1/32⁠ ⁠1/32⁠ + ⁠1/64⁠ = ⁠3/64⁠ ⁠1/32⁠ + ⁠1/64⁠ + ⁠1/128⁠ = ⁠7/128⁠...
- rhythm theme returns. The piece ends with a brilliant coda of very fast demisemiquaver p****ages. Curty, Andrew (2003). A Pedagogical Approach to Eugène Ysaÿe's...