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Definition of Syncopate

Syncopate
Syncopate Syn"co*pate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Syncopated; p. pr. & vb. n. Syncopating.] [LL. syncopatus, p. p. of syncopare to syncopate, to swoon. See Syncope.] 1. (Gram.) To contract, as a word, by taking one or more letters or syllables from the middle; as, ``Gloster' is a syncopated form of ``Gloucester.' 2. (Mus.) To commence, as a tone, on an unaccented part of a measure, and continue it into the following accented part, so that the accent is driven back upon the weak part and the rhythm drags.

Meaning of Syncopate from wikipedia

- scores are temporarily disabled. Musical scores are temporarily disabled. Syncopation is a musical term meaning a variety of rhythms pla**** together to make...
- "Elite Syncopations" is a 1902 ragtime piano composition by American composer Scott Joplin, originally published in 1903 by John Stark & Son. One of his...
- refer to: Syncopation (dance), dancing on unstressed beats, or improvised steps Syncopation (1929 film), early American musical Syncopation (1942 film)...
- "The Syncopated Clock" is a piece of light music by American composer Leroy Anderson, which has become a feature of the pops orchestra repertoire. Anderson...
- The terms syncopation and syncopated step in dancing are used for two senses: The first definition matches the musical term: stepping on (or otherwise...
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- Universal Syncopations is an album by Czech b****ist Miroslav Vitouš recorded in 2003 and released on the ECM label. Thom Jurek of Allmusic states "Universal...
- the ancient Babylonians and remained dominant up to the 16th century. Syncopated algebra, in which some symbolism is used, but which does not contain all...
- its peak po****rity between 1895 and 1919. Its cardinal trait is its syncopated or "ragged" rhythm. The style has its origins in African-American communities...
- syncopate that pattern and alternately stress the odd and even beats, respectively: 1 2 3 4 1 2 3 4 —the stress is on the "unexpected" or syncopated beat...
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