Definition of Tremolos

1. Noun. (plural of tremolo) ¹



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Definition of Tremolos

1. tremolo [n] - See also: tremolo

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tremolos

tremendously
tremendousness
tremex
tremie
tremies
tremissis
tremogram
tremograph
tremolabile
tremolando
tremolandos
tremolite
tremolites
tremolitic
tremolo
tremolos (current term)
tremophobia
tremor
tremor artuum
tremor opiophagorum
tremor potatorum
tremor tendinum
tremored
tremorgram
tremorine
tremoring
tremorlike
tremorous
tremors
tremostable

Literary usage of Tremolos

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1. The Technique of the Modern Orchestra: A Manual of Practical Instrumentation by Charles Marie Widor (1906)
"12—We now give a complete list of shakes and tremolos: Complete List of ... All tremolos possible up to the octave. etc... All tremolos possible up to the ..."

2. A Primer of Organ Registration by Gordon Balch Nevin (1920)
"Learn when, and when not to use tremolos and stops of the Celeste (vibrato) type; for many years it has been the fad of purists to practically insist that ..."

3. Modern Music and Musicians by Louis Charles Elson (1918)
"Long tremolos would be too exhausting to the player to be much used in quick tempi. The double bass is the foundation of the whole orchestra, and therefore ..."

4. Organ Registration: A Comprehensive Treatise on the Distinctive Quality of by Everett Ellsworth Truette (1919)
"The Mechanical Stops are all the stops which, by themselves, produce no tone, and include the Couplers and tremolos. The size of an organ is indicated by ..."

5. Organ Registration: A Comprehensive Treatise on the Distinctive Quality of by Everett Ellsworth Truette (1919)
"In the evolution of the organ, when Couplers and tremolos were added, they were controlled by draw-stop knobs, similar to those of the speaking stops, ..."

6. University Musical Encyclopedia by Louis Charles Elson (1912)
"Long tremolos would be too exhausting to the player to be much used in quick tempi. The double bass is the foundation of the whole orchestra, and therefore ..."

7. Stars of the Opera: A Description of Operas & a Series of Personal by Mabel Wagnalls (1907)
"With the ascending curtain there arises from the orchestra a storm of restless tremolos and shrieking scales. The wind and waves thus rendered in the music ..."

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