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Definition of the adjective Multimovement
What does Multimovement mean as an attribute of a noun?
- Of or pertaining to more than one physical movement.
- [music] Divided into several movements.
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Program symphony Multimovement programmatic orchestral work, typically from the nineteenth century. Programmable : Equipped with software that enables the user to create new sounds or other assignments by altering parameter settings ...
ca. 1400-1958 by Charles Edward McGuire, Steven E. Plank
multimovement instrumental form. The fantasia-suite, following the model of John Coprario's early examples, is a three-movement form, consisting of a contrapuntal movement (the “fantasia”) followed by two dance movements, almaine and ...
Dictionary of Music (1983)
by Theodore Karp
century, multimovement work for instrumental ensemble or chamber orchestra. The divertimento was light in style, employing elements of both the suite and early symphony. Divertissement (F): (1) a fan- tasy on familiar tunes, especially ...
by Sandy Feldstein
A multimovement composition for solo instrument with or without piano accompaniment Sonata allegro. A large ternary (ABAl form popular with composers since the 1800s.
by Ruth-Esther Hillila, Barbara Blanchard Hong
An underlying multimovement plan appears, combined with an organic unfolding of several unifying motives. Its sections, set off by tempo changes, suggest a large sonata form with two scherzos interpolated. An important descending theme ...
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Video shows what multimovement means. Of or pertaining to more than one physical movement.. Divided into several movements.. Multimovement Meaning.
Scrabble value of M3U1L1T1I1M3O1V4E1M3E1N1T1
The value of this 13-letter word is 22 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.