Definition of Demisemiquavers

1. Noun. (plural of demisemiquaver) ¹



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Definition of Demisemiquavers

1. demisemiquaver [n] - See also: demisemiquaver

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Demisemiquavers

deminers
demines
deminiaturize
demining
demipenniform
demiquaver
demiquavers
demireps
demis
demisability
demisable
demise
demised
demisemiquaver
demisemiquavers (current term)
demises
demisharp
demisharps
demising
demisoloist
demisoloists
demiss
demisse
demission
demissionary
demissions
demissive
demissly
demissness

Literary usage of Demisemiquavers

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1. The Harmonicon (1823)
"Here we find twelve demisemiquavers, and eight double-demisemiquavers in one bar ; twelve ... in another ; ten demisemiquavers, ..."

2. The Boston Handel and Haydn Society Collection of Church Music: Being a by Handel and Haydn Society (Boston, Mass.), Lowell Mason (1830)
"One Quaver is equal to 2 Semiquavers, or 4 demisemiquavers. 5. What is the use of a dot after л note ? A dot after a note adds one half to its length. ..."

3. A Handbook of Examinations in Music Containing 650 Questions: With Answers by Ernest Alfred Dicks (1906)
"How many demisemiquavers equal a double-dotted crotchet ?.—What note is equal to sixteen ... What note is equal to sixty-four demisemiquavers ? 17. ..."

4. A Handbook of Examinations in Music Containing 600 Questions, with Answers by Ernest Alfred Dicks (1899)
"How many demisemiquavers equal a double-dotted crotchet ?.—What note is equal to sixteen ... What note is equal to sixty-four demisemiquavers ? 17. ..."

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