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Equale is sometimes a misspelling of equally.


Equale: An equale or aequale is a musical idiom. It is a piece for equal voices or instruments. In the 18th century the equale became established as a generic term for short, chordal pieces for trombone quartet. Old church music regulations from Linz show that such pieces were used at funeral services in Austria. The performance of such pieces from towers on All Souls' Day and on the previous evening is associated with the funeral service. The theological meaning of the trombone as a symbol of divine presence, the voice of the angels and instrument of judgment is thereby underscored.

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Phrases with Equale

  1. Acrostigma Equale
  2. Spharagemon equale
  3. Phlyctochytrium Equale
  4. Species Acrostigma Equale
  5. species Spharagemon equale

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Equale

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Google previewLiber Celi Et Mundi (2003)

by Oliver Gutman

find that the whole is not changed in its disposition, in the way that the solid object changed when it became liquid, and the congealed object when it spread out, 2 Membrum equale is a translation of onowneprig, meaning "having like parts";.

Google previewElsevier's Dictionary of Trees (2005)

Volume 1: North America by M.M. Grandtner

Acrostigma equale ...

Google previewInternational Encyclopedia of Geography, 15 Volume Set (2017)

People, the Earth, Environment and Technology by Douglas Richardson, Noel Castree, Michael F. Goodchild, Audrey Kobayashi, Weidong Liu, Richard A. Marston

= Equale T', ...

Google previewAn Encyclopædia, or Dictionary of Music ... With upwards of two hundred engraved examples, the whole compiled from the most celebrated foreign and English authorities, interspersed with observations critical and explanatory (1825)

by John Feltham DANNELEY

A PARTE EQUALE, in two equal parts. APFEL REGAL, an organ stop. A PLACIMENTO, at pleasure. A PLOMB, metaphorical expression, indicating recision in time and touch. A'. a Greek parting song. A POCO A POCO, or nach und nach ein ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Three Thousand Musical Terms, etc. (Third edition, revised by J. A. Hamilton.). (1840)

by Thomas BUSBY

A PARTE EQUALE. (Ital.) An expression applied to two or more vocal performers, who, in an opera, or concert, sustain parts of equal difficulty and importance, and which are alike indispensable to the general and intended effect. A PLACERE.

Google previewA new Dictionary of Music (1835)

by Esq. W. WILSON

A Parte equale, where the parts or voices resemble each other, chiefly in the length of the notes. - A Piacere ...

Google previewA Dictionary for the Modern Conductor (2015)

by Emily Freeman Brown

equale.) Example: tresillos iguales, equal triplets. igualmente. (Sp.) Equally. (Fr. également; Ger. gleichmäßig; It. ugualmente, equamente) im gleichen Tempo. (Ger.) The same tempo. Also dasselbe Zeitmaß.

Google previewDictionary of Wars (2013)

by George Childs Kohn

allowing national equale ity, a limited form of representation, the abolition of feudalism and serfdom, and a reformed judiciary. Neither so liberal nor so ...

Google previewThe Harvard Concise Dictionary of Music and Musicians (1999)

by Don Michael Randel

See Equale; Equal voices. Aerophon. See Aerophor.

Google previewThe American History and Encyclopedia of Music (1908)

by William Lines Hubbard

a parte equale (ä pär'-të ä-kwâ'-lë) It. In equal portion: applied to music in which there is more than one leading performer or in which the voices and instruments are of equal importance. a passo a passo ...

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Scrabble value of E1Q10U1A1L1E1

The value of this 6-letter word is 15 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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