noun (plural tremolandi)
another term for tremolo.
- The opening flourishes exploit the sonorities of a large harpsichord, incorporating shivering tremolandi along with the habitual shooting scales and cascading arpeggios.
- There are however some traditional dramatic devices which function to heighten the atmosphere of absurdity, including the use of string tremolandi to underline Ubu's plotting and mistuned brass fanfares to herald courtly meetings.
- This is consequently developed in the remainder of the exposition section and in the development where, aided by the tempo marking, it has evolved into a tremolando.
Italian, literally 'trembling'.
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