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time signature

Saltos de línea: time sig¦na|ture

Definición de time signature en inglés:

sustantivo

Music
An indication of rhythm following a clef, generally expressed as a fraction with the denominator defining the beat as a division of a semibreve and the numerator giving the number of beats in each bar.
Example sentences
  • This resulted in irregular phrases and bar-lengths, with no regular pulse, and as a result much of this music has no time signature and is left unbarred.
  • The shifting time signature initially distinguishes the track, but the song goes in too many directions and eventually splinters.
  • So tonight he wants half the crowd to clap in 6/8 time whilst the other half are guided on how to use a different time signature.

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Pronunciación: ˌtəːpsɪkəˈriːən
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