Definición de scordatura en inglés:

scordatura

Silabificación: scor·da·tu·ra
Pronunciación: /ˌskôrdəˈto͝orə
 
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sustantivo

Music
The technique of altering the normal tuning of a stringed instrument to produce particular effects.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In his instrumental music, he was renowned for his use of scordatura, or alternate string tunings.
  • The strings of a four-string cello are usually tuned in fifths, but scordatura tunings were used in the baroque era, and so tuning in fifths cannot be taken for granted.
  • Some of the tracks here were intensely experimental, featuring the electric keyboard equivalent of scordatura tuning, lush quasi-orchestral Hammond organ backdrops, haunting saxophone and ethereal wordless vocals.

Origen

late 19th century: Italian, from scordare 'be out of tune'.

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