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Sinfoniesatz {m} Symphoniesatz {m} [mus] Deutsch Englisch Übersetzung

Sinfoniesatz {m}, Symphoniesatz {m} [mus.]
movement of a symphony
Sinfoniesatz {m}; Symphoniesatz {m} [mus.]
Sinfoniesätze {pl}; Symphoniesätze {pl}
movement of a symphony
movements of a symphony
Sinfoniesatz {m}, Symphoniesatz {m} [mus.]
movement of a symphony
Sinfoniesatz {m}; Symphoniesatz {m} [mus.]
Sinfoniesätze {pl}; Symphoniesätze {pl}
movement of a symphony
movements of a symphony
Zeichen {n} [math.] [mus.] [comp.]
vom Zeichen bis zum Schluss [mus.]
sign
from the sign to the end
Verstärker {m} [electr.]
Verstärker {pl}
Bassverstärker {m}
Gitarrenverstärker {m}
Instrumentenverstärker {m} [mus.]
Kombinationsverstärker {m} [mus.]
mehrstufiger Verstärker; Kaskadenverstärker {m}
amplifier; amp
amplifiers; amps
bass amplifier; bass amp
guitar amplifier; guitar amp
instrument amplifier
combination amplifier; combo amplifier
multistage amplifier; cascade amplifier
wichtigste r s; erster e s; größte r s; Haupt... {adj}
der Hauptgrund für etw.
die Hauptmelodie [mus.]
die wichtigsten Städte in der Region
unsere wichtigste Einnahmequelle Haupteinnahmequelle
der erste Geiger Hornist etc. eines Orchesters [mus.]
Das ist meine größte Sorge.
principal (rather formal)
the principal reason for sth.
the principal tune
the principal cities of the region
our principal source of income
the principal violinist horn player etc. of an orchestra
This is my principal concern.
Mus
mush
Teufelsgeiger {m} [mus.]
devil's violinist
Quintett {n} [mus.]
quintet
Blechbläser {m} [mus.]
brass
Teufelsgeige {f} [mus.]
bladder fiddle; bumbass
Theorbe {f} [mus.]
theorbo
Mordent {m} [mus.]
mordent
Thema {n} [mus.]
theme
Posaunenchor {m} [mus.]
trombone band
Tongeschlecht {n} [mus.]
scale
Tonschritt {m} [mus.]
tone [Br.]; step [Am.]
Mezzosopran {m} [mus.]
mezzo soprano
Tonsatz {m} [mus.]
part writing
Minnelied {n} [mus.]
minnelied
Taktstrich {m} [mus.]
bar line; bar
Popkonzert {n} [mus.]
pop concert, pop-concert
Popmusik {f} [mus.]
pop music
Rapmusik {f} [mus.]
rap music
Terz {f} [mus.]
third
Musikberieselung {f} [mus.]
piped music; non-stop background music
Röhrenglocke {f} [mus.]
tubular bells
Tarantella {f} [mus.]
tarantella
Tanzmusik {f} [mus.]
dance music
Musikelektronik {f} [mus.]
musical electronics
Bläserquintett {n} [mus.]
wind quintet
Satz {m} [mus.]
movement
Takteinheit {f} [mus.]
bar
Rockoper {f} [mus.]
rock opera
Blasmusik {f} [mus.]
music for brass instruments; playing of a brass band
Tenorschlüssel {m} [mus.]
tenor clef
Musikbegleitung {f} [mus.]
musical accompaniment
Reprise {f} [mus.]
reprise
Requiem {n} [mus.]
threnody
Resonanzboden {m} [mus.]
soundboard, sounding board
Rezitativ {n} [mus.]
recitative
Riff {m} [mus.]
riff
Blattsingen {n} [mus.]
sight-singing
Begleitung {f} [mus.]
accompaniment; backing
Orchestermusik {f} [mus.]
orchestral music
Oktave {f} [mus.]
octave
Mezzosopran {m} [mus.]
mezzosoprano
Trugschluss {m} [mus.]
false cadence; delusive cadence; deceptive cadence [Am.]
Tusch {m} [mus.]
fanfare
Manual {n} [mus.]
manual
Lernflöte {f} [mus.]
song flute; tonette [Am.]
Madrigal {n} [mus.]
madrigal
Lyra {f} [mus.]
lyra
Tonsprache {f} [mus.]
tonal language
Umhängekeyboard {n} [mus.]
keytar (keyboard+guitar)
Ligatur {f} [mus.]
ligature, tie
Ursatz {m} [mus.]
fundamental structure
Verkleinerung {f} [mus.]
diminution
Kornett {n} [mus.]
cornet
Kontrapunkt {m} [mus.]
counterpoint
Kontrabass {m} [mus.]
double bass
Combo {f} [mus.]
combo; small band
Quarte {f} [mus.]
fourth
Ligatur {f} [mus.]
ligature; tie
Off-Beat [mus.]
offbeat
Oboe {f} [mus.]
oboe
Oberstimme {f} [mus.]
treble
Britpop {m} [mus.]
Britpop
Brustleier {f} [mus.]
breast drill
Notenpapier {n} [mus.]
music paper
Mehrchörigkeit {f} [mus.]
polychorality
Marschmusik {f} [mus.]
military marches
Cembalobau {m} [mus.]
harpsichord building; harpsichord making
Lyra {f} [mus.]
lyre
Chorklang {m} [mus.]
choral sound
Chorliteratur {f} [mus.]
choir literature
Chormusik {f} [mus.]
choral music
Luftgitarre {f} [mus.]
air guitar
Livemusik {f} [mus.]
live music
Motette {f} [mus.]
motet
Koda {f} [mus.]
coda
Sapo {m} [mus.]
sapo
Viervierteltakt {m} [mus.]
common time
Viertelnote {f} [mus.]
quarter note [Am.], crotchet [Br.]
Altistin {f} [mus.]
alto; alto-singer
Schlagbass {m} [mus.]
slap bass
Schrammelharmonika {f} [mus.]
Schrammel accordion
Altstimme {f} [mus.]
alto (voice)
Trommelwirbel {m} [mus.]
drum roll
Trommelsynthesizer {m} [mus.]
drum machine
Pop {m} [mus.]
pop
Sechzehntelnote {f} [mus.]
sixteenth note [Am.]; semi quaver; semiquaver [Br.]
Polyrhythmus {m} [mus.]
polyrhythm
Triller {m} [mus.]
trill
Sitar {f} [mus.]
sitar
Sologesang {n} [mus.]
solo
Probespiel {n} [mus.]
try-out; audition
Volksmusik {f} [mus.]
folk music
Akkordfolge {f} [mus.]
chord progression
Resonanzboden {m} [mus.]
soundboard; sounding board
Ragtime {m} [mus.]
ragtime
tremolieren [mus.]
to quaver
Quintenzirkel {m} [mus.]
circle of fifths
Romanze {f} [mus.]
romance
Achteltakt {m} [mus.]
quaver time
Zimbel {f} [mus.]
cymbal
Zimbal {n} [mus.]
cymbalom
Adagio {n} [mus.]
adagios; adagio
Saitendraht {m} [mus.]
music wire; musical wire
Programmmusik {f} [mus.]
programme music; program music
Auflösungszeichen {n} [mus.]
natural
Tonika {f} [mus.]
tonic
Oktavenlauf {m} [mus.]
octave run
Stimmtausch {m} [mus.]
voice exchange
Steg {m} [mus.]
bridge
Stakkato {n} [mus.]
staccato
Stimmtonhöhe {f} [mus.]
pitch; pitch standard
Stimmungsmusik {f} [mus.]
mood music
Basspartie {f} [mus.]
bass part
Singstimme {f} [mus.]
singing voice
Bassschlüssel {m} [mus.]
bass clef
Sechzehntelnote {f} [mus.]
sixteenth note [Am.], semi quaver, semiquaver [Br.]
Schlagzeug {n} [mus.]
percussion, drums
Swing {m} [mus.]
swing
Musiktheorie {f} [mus.]
music theory
Stimmbildung {f} [mus.]
vocal training; voice training
Auftakt {m} [mus.]
upbeat; anacrusis
Partiturspiel {n} [mus.]
playing from (the) score
Spaneinlage {f} [mus.]
purfling
Ausklang {m} [mus.]
final notes; final chord
B {n}; Erniedrigungszeichen {n} [mus.]
flat
Tarantella [mus.]
tarantella
Orgelgehäuse {n} [mus.]
organ case
Taktstrich {m} [mus.]
bar line, bar
Stadionrock {m} [mus.]
stadium rock
Orgelbau {m} [mus.]
organ building; organ making
Tabor {n} [mus.]
tabor, tabour
Tabor {n} [mus.]
tabor; tabour
Ausklang {m} [mus.]
final notes, final chord
Funky {m} [mus.]
funky
Funkrhythmus {m} [mus.]
funky beat
Bassklarinette {f} [mus.]
bass clarinet
Fantasie {f} [mus.]
fantasia
Kirchenmusik {f} [mus.]
sacred music
Fingersatz {f} [mus.]
fingering
Basssaite {f} [mus.]
bass string
Gitarrenspiel {n} [mus.]
guitar-playing
Karaoke {n} [mus.]
karaoke
Orchestrator {m} [mus.]
orchestrator; orchestrater
Begleitung {f} [mus.]
accompaniment
Klangerzeugung {f} [mus.]
sound production
Gambe {f} [mus.]
bass viol
Balalaika {f} [mus.]
balalaika
Glockenspiel {n} [mus.]
glockenspiel, chime, chimes
Glissando {n} [mus.]
glissando
Glee {m} [mus.]
glee
Schlagermusik {f} [mus.]
Schlager music
Englischhorn {n} [mus.]
cor anglais [Br.]; English horn [Am.]
Ensemblemusizieren {n} [mus.]
ensemble playing
Euphonium {n} [mus.]
euphonium
Hammerklavier {n} [mus.]
pianoforte [geh.]
Klanglehre {f} [mus.]
acoustics
Ganzton {m} [mus.]
whole-tone
Dichterliebe {f} [mus.]
Dichterliebe ('The Poet's Love'; song cycle of Robert Schumann)
Fagottfamilie {f} [mus.]
bassoon family
Kammermusik {f} [mus.]
chamber music
Jazz {m} [mus.]
jazz
Generalpause {f} G.P. [mus.]
general pause; grand pause G.P.
Blattspiel {n} [mus.]
sight-reading
Combo {f} [mus.]
combo, small band
Harmonium {n} [mus.]
harmonium; reed organ
Gitarrenbau {m} [mus.]
guitar making
Gesangstechnik {f} [mus.]
vocal technique
Bund {m} [mus.]
fret
Scatsänger {m} [mus.]
scatman; scatsinger
Boygroup {f} [mus.]
boygroup
Hardrock {m} [mus.]
hard rock
Klavierunterricht {m} [mus.]
piano lesson
Harfenbau {m} [mus.]
harp building; harp making
Hintergrundchor {m} [mus.]
background chorus
Instrumentenkunde {f} [mus.]
organology
Brevis {f} [mus.]
breve
Dreivierteltakt {m} [mus.]
three-four time
Dreiklang {m} [mus.]
triad
Drehleier {f} [mus.]
Hurdy-gurdy
Instrumentalmusik {f} [mus.]
instrumental music
Diskantstimme {f} [mus.]
treble
Diskant {m} [mus.]
treble
Dezime {f} [mus.]
tenth
Rocksteady {m} [mus.]
rocksteady
Blasmusik {f} [mus.]
music for brass instruments, playing of a brass band
Blockflöte {f} [mus.]
recorder, fipple flute, fipple pipe
Kontratenor {m} [mus.]
countertenor
Kuckuckspfeife {f} [mus.]
cuckoo
Kompositionstechnik {f} [mus.]
compositional technique
Klavierauszug {m} [mus.]
piano score
Auftakt {m} [mus.]
upbeat
Hawaiigitarre {f} [mus.]
Hawaiian guitar
Virtuosentum {n} [mus.]
virtuosity
Grunge {m} [mus.]
grunge
Adagio {n} [mus.]
adagios, adagio
Achtelpause {f} [mus.]
eighth note rest [Am.], quaver rest [Br.]
Kammerton {m} [mus.]
standard pitch
Klavierbegleitung {f} [mus.]
piano accompaniment
Walzerkönig {m} [mus.]
king of waltz
Harmonium {n} [mus.]
harmonium
Halbton {m} [mus.]
semitone, half step [Am.]
Klavierspiel {n} [mus.]
piano playing
Grundton {m} [mus.]
fundamental (tone), root, keynote
Coverversion {f} [mus.]
cover version
Grundton... [mus.]
tonic
Okarina {f} [mus.]
ocarina
Griffleiste {f} [mus.]
fret
Griff {m} [mus.]
stop, fingering
Keyboard {n} [mus.]
keyboard
Altblockflöte {f} [mus.]
treble recorder
Klavierinstrument {n} [mus.]
keyboard instrument
Klavierkonzert {n} [mus.]
piano concert
Klaviersaitendraht {m} [mus.]
clamp strap
Halbschluss {m} [mus.]
half-close; half-cadence
Altistin {f} [mus.]
alto, alto-singer
Paukenschule {f} (Übungsbuch) [mus.]
kettledrum tutor book; kettledrum method book
Grundton {m}; Tonika {f} [mus.]
root; fundamental; keynote; tonic
Register {m} [mus.] (Orgel)
stop
Aufstrich {m} [mus.] (Streichinstrument)
up-bow
Atempause {f} [anat.] [mus.]
breathing break
rockig {adj} [mus.]
rock, rock-like
Grundton...; Tonika... [mus.]
tonic
Ansingtrommel {f}; Mirliton {n} [mus.]
singing membranophone
Glockenspiel {n} (Musikinstrument) [mus.]
glockenspiel
Halbtonschritt {m}; Halbton {m} [mus.]
semitone [Br.]; half step [Am.]; half-tone [Am.]
Abstrich {m} [mus.] (Streichinstrument)
down-bow
Psalterium {n} [mus.] [hist.]
psaltery
Achtelnote {f}; Achtel {n} [mus.]
quaver [Br.]; eighth note [Am.]
Posaunenschule {f} (Methode) [mus.]
trombone method
Posaunenschule {f} (Übungsbuch) [mus.]
trombone tutor book; trombone method book
Punkrock {m}; Punk {m} [mus.]
punk rock; punk
Glasharmonika {f} [mus.] (Schlaginstrument)
glass harmonica
Altschlüssel {m}; C-Schlüssel {m} [mus.]
alto clef
verstimmt {adj} [mus.]
out of tune
wagnerisch {adj} [mus.]
Wagnerian
Anschlagsdynamik {f}; Anschlagdynamik {f} [mus.]
keyboard expression
Halsansatz {m} (Gitarrenteil) [mus.]
heel (guitar part)
Piston {m}; Ventilkornett {n} [mus.]
valve cornet
Halleluja {n}; Loblied {n} [mus.]
hallelujah; alleluia
H {n}; His {n}; B {n}; Hisis {n}; Heses {n} [mus.]
B; B sharp; B flat; B double sharp; B double flat
Gitarrenschule {f} (Methode) [mus.]
guitar method
Gitarrenschule {f} (Übungsbuch) [mus.]
guitar tutor book; guitar method book
Gongspiel {n} (chromatisch) [mus.]
tuned gong-carillon
Dirigent {m}; Dirigentin {f} [mus.]
conductor
Conga {f} [mus.] (Schlaginstrument)
conga
Metallblock {m} [mus.] (Schlaginstrument)
metal block
Dulzian {m} [mus.] (Blasinstrument)
dulcian
Metallophon {n} [mus.] (Schlaginstrument)
metalophone
Country-Musik {f} [mus.]
country music
Metrik {f}; Taktlehre {f} [mus.]
study of rhythm and tempo
Minnegesang {m}; Minnesang {m} [mus.]
minnesong
Bogenhaare {pl} [mus.]
bow hairs
Minnesänger {m}; Minnesinger {m} [mus.]
minnesinger
Elefantenglocken {pl} [mus.]
Indian bells
der Blues {m} [mus.]
the blues
Mus {n}; Püree {m} [cook.]
puree; purée; mash
Klassik {f} [mus.] (Musikgenre)
classical music
Chrotta {f} [mus.] [hist.]
crowd
Klavierschule {f} (Übungsbuch) [mus.]
piano tutor book; piano method book
Brettchenklapper {f} [mus.] (Schlaginstrument)
bones
Brille {f} (Blasinstrument) [mus.]
ring key (wind instrument)
Crescendo {n}; Anschwellen {n} [mus.]
swell
Colascione {m} [mus.] [hist.]
colascione
Cuica {f} [mus.] (Schlaginstrument)
cuica
Kreuztonarten {pl} [mus.]
sharp keys
Libretto {n}; Textbuch {n} [mus.]
libretto
Cister {f} [mus.] [hist.]
cittern
Diskantstimme {f}; Diskant {m} [mus.]
treble
Docke {f}; Springer {m} [mus.]
jack
Kontrabasstuba {f} [mus.] (Blasinstrument)
double-bass tuba
Medley {n}; Pastiche {m} [mus.]
medley; pastiche
Celesta {f} [mus.] (Tasteninstrument)
celesta
Koloratur {f}; Koloratursängerin {f} [mus.]
coloratura
Köchel-Verzeichnis {n} [mus.]
Köchel catalogue
Engführung {f} (Fuge) [mus.]
stretto (fugue)
Klarinettenschule {f} (Methode) [mus.]
clarinet method
Klarinettenschule {f} (Übungsbuch) [mus.]
clarinet tutor book; clarinet method book
Notenlinien {pl} [mus.]
stave; staff; music lines
Funk {m}; Funkmusik {f} [mus.]
funk; funk music
singende Säge {f} [mus.]
musical saw
Bass-Buffo {m} [mus.]
bass buffo
Bass {m} (Stimmlage) [mus.]
basso
Gangsta Rap {m} [mus.]
gangsta rap [slang]
Ophikleide {f} [mus.] (Blasinstrument)
ophicleide
Hip-Hop {m} [mus.]
hip-hop
Helikon {n} [mus.] (Blasinstrument)
helicon
Heavy Metal {n} [mus.]
heavy metal
Orchestrierung {f}; Instrumentation {f} [mus.]
orchestration
Harfenschule {f} (Übungsbuch) [mus.]
harp tutor book; harp method book
B-Tonarten {pl} [mus.]
flat keys
Basstuba {f} [mus.] (Blasinstrument)
bass tuba
Beat {m}; Beatmusik {f} [mus.]
beat; beat music
Nachtmusik {f}; Abendmusik {f} [mus.]
serenade
Klappenmechanik {f} (Blasinstrument) [mus.]
key work (wind instrument)
Blattspiel {n}; Blattsingen {n} [mus.]
sight-reading
Fagottschule {f} (Methode) [mus.]
bassoon method
Fagottschule {f} (Übungsbuch) [mus.]
bassoon tutor book; bassoon method book
Kessel {m} (Blasinstrument) [mus.]
cup (wind instrument)
Musikfestspiele {pl} [mus.]
music festival
Kernspalt {m} (Holzblasinstrument) [mus.]
windway; air-passage (woodwind instrument)
Musiktheater {n} [mus.] (Genre)
opera and musical theatre [Br.]; opera and musical theater [Am.]
Flageolett {n} (Musikinstrument) [mus.]
flageolet
Flötenschule {f} (Methode) [mus.]
flute method
Flötenschule {f} (Übungsbuch) [mus.]
flute tutor book; flute method book
Musiktherapie {f} [med.] [mus.]
music therapy; musicotherapy (rare)
Kammerton {m}; Normstimmton {m} [mus.]
standard pitch; concert pitch
Harfenschule {f} (Methode) [mus.]
harp method
piano, leise [mus.]
piano
Dixieland {m}, Dixie {m} [mus.]
Dixieland, Dixie
Schlagzeuger {m}, Schlagzeugerin {f} [mus.]
percussionist, drummer
jazzartig {adv} [mus.]
jazzily
harmonisch {adj} [mus.]
harmonic
Taktart {f}; Taktbezeichnung {f} [mus.]
time signature
glissando {adv} [mus.]
glissando
gleichschwebende Temperierung {f} [mus.]
equal-tempered scale; equi-tempered scale
Funk {m}, Funkmusik {f} [mus.]
funk, funk music
Rockmusik {f}, Rock {m} [mus.]
rock music
Punkrock {m}, Punk {m} [mus.]
punk rock, punk
Präludium {n}, Prélude {n} [mus.]
prelude
enharmonische Verwechslung {f} [mus.]
enharmonic spelling
Fagottist {m}, Fagottistin {f} [mus.]
bassoonist
lebhaft {adv} [mus.]
vivace
Septime {f}, Septe {f} [mus.]
seventh
gebunden {adj} [mus.]
legato
Taktart {f}, Taktbezeichnung {f} [mus.]
time signature
Docke {f}, Springer {m} [mus.]
jack
saitenlos {adj} [mus.]
unstrung
rockig {adj} [mus.]
rock; rock-like
rhythmisch {adj} [mus.]
cadenced
Stimmumfang {m}, Tonumfang {m} [mus.]
range
punkig {adj} [mus.]
punk
Stimmumfang {m}; Tonumfang {m} [mus.]
vocal range
mehrchörig {adj} [mus.]
polychoral
Strohbass {m} (Gesangstechnik) [mus.]
vocal fry (vocal technique)
Strohbassregister {n} (Gesang) [mus.]
vocal fry register (singing)
lydisch {adj} [mus.]
Lydian
durchkomponiert {adj} [mus.]
through-composed
Titelmusik {f}; Erkennungsmelodie {f} [mus.]
theme music
Zug {m} (Blasinstrument) [mus.]
slide (wind instrument)
Mus {n}, Püree {m} [cook.]
puree, mash
Zink {m} [mus.] [hist.]
cornett; cornetto
Trompetenschule {f} (Methode) [mus.]
trumpet method
Zäsur {f}; Ruhepunkt {m} [mus.]
caesura
Trompetenschule {f} (Übungsbuch) [mus.]
trumpet tutor book; trumpet method book
Minnesänger {m}, Minnesinger {m} [mus.]
minnesinger
Minnegesang {m}, Minnesang {m} [mus.]
minnesong
Medley {n}, Pastiche {m} [mus.]
medley, pastiche
Libretto {n}, Textbuch {n} [mus.]
libretto
Koloratur {f}, Koloratursängerin {f} [mus.]
coloratura
Vorzeichen {n}; Versetzungszeichen {n} [mus.]
accidental
Violinschule {f} (Methode) [mus.]
violin method
Musikrichtung in Lousiana [mus.]
zydeco
Nachtmusik {f}, Abendmusik {f} [mus.]
serenade
Trio {n}; Dreiergruppe {f} [mus.]
trio
Pauke {f}, Kesselpauke {f} [mus.]
timbal
Pampe {f}, Mus {m}, Brei {m}
mush
bundlos {adj} [mus.]
fretless
Tonsatz {m} (Studienfach) [mus.]
Harmony and Counterpoint (subject of study)
anstimmen; stimmen [mus.]
to pitch
Organist {m}, Organistin {f} [mus.]
organist
allmählich schneller [mus.]
accelerando
Traktur {f} (Orgel) [mus.]
tracker action; key action (organ)
Liebesfuß {m} (Blasinstrument) [mus.]
pear-shaped bell (wind instrument)
H, His, B, Hisis, Heses [mus.]
B, B sharp, B flat, B double sharp, B double flat
Notenschlüssel {m}, Schlüssel {m} [mus.]
clef
Halleluja {n}, Loblied {n} [mus.]
hallelujah, alleluia
Notenlinien {pl} [mus.]
stave, lines (of a stave)
Violinschule {f} (Übungsbuch) [mus.]
violin tutor book; violin method book
Satztechnik {f}; Satz {m} [mus.]
texture
Schwirrholz {n} [mus.] (Schlaginstrument)
thunder stick; bull roarer
Septime {f}; Septe {f} [mus.]
seventh
Crescendo {n}, Anschwellen {n} [mus.]
swell
Rockmusik {f}; Rock {m} [mus.]
rock music; rock
Anschlagsdynamik {f}, Anschlagdynamik {f} [mus.]
keyboard expression
Sistum {n} [mus.] (Musikinstrument)
sistrum
Trio {n}, Dreiergruppe {f} [mus.]
trio
Sarabande {f} [mus.] [hist.]
sarabande
zweistimmig {adj} [mus.]
in for two voices; two-part ...
Messraum {m} [techn.] [mus.]
measuring room; testing room
(Platten) auflegen [mus.]
to deejay; to work perform as a DJ
Schellengeläute {n} [mus.] (Musikinstrument)
sleigh bells
gesanglich {adj} [mus.]
vocal; singing
anstimmen, stimmen [mus.]
to pitch
Lautenspieler {m} [mus.]
Lautenspielerin {f}
lutanist
lutanist
Notenschrift {f}; Notation {f} [mus.]
notation; musical notation
Röhrenglocken {pl} [mus.]
tubular bells; chimes
Bassist {m}, Bassistin {f} [mus.]
double bass player, bassist
Bindebogen {n}, Bindung {f} [mus.]
slur
Liederzyklus {m}; Liederkreis {m} [mus.]
song cycle
Sordun {m} [mus.] (Blasinstrument)
sordun
Zäsur {f}, Ruhepunkt {m} [mus.]
caesura
Dirigent {m}, Dirigentin {f} [mus.]
conductor
Achtelnote {f}, Achtel [mus.]
eighth note [Am.], quaver [Br.]
Beat {m}, Beatmusik {f} [mus.]
beat, beat music
Vorzeichen {n}, Akzidenz {n} [mus.]
accidental

Deutsche Synonyme für Sinfoniesatz {m} Symphoniesatz {m} [mus]

Brei  Creme  Mus  Pudding  

Englische Synonyme für movement of a symphony

movement  Alexandrine  American  Art Nouveau  Ashcan school  BM  Barbizon  Bauhaus  Bolognese  British  Cobra  Dutch  Flemish  Fontainebleau  French  Italian  Mannerist  Milanese  Modenese  Momentum  Neapolitan  New York  Paduan  Parisian  Phases  Pre-Raphaelite  Raphaelite  Reflex  Restany  Roman  Scottish  Sienese  Spur  Suprematism  The Ten  Tuscan  Umbrian  Venetian  Washington  Zeitgeist  accent  accentuation  act  action  activeness  activism  activity  actuation  advance  age group  amotion  amphibious operations  amphibrach  amphimacer  anacrusis  anagnorisis  anapest  angle  antispast  architectonics  architecture  argument  arsis  art schools  atmosphere  bacchius  background  band  bass passage  bat  battalion  bearing  beat  beck  beckon  bevy  bloody flux  body  body language  bourdon  bowel movement  bridge  brigade  buffalo chips  bunch  burden  business  ca-ca  cabal  cadence  caesura  campaign  carriage  cast  catalexis  catastrophe  catharsis  cause  change  characterization  charade  chironomy  chloriamb  chloriambus  chorus  clique  clockworks  coalition  coda  cohort  colon  color  combined operations  commitment  communist front  commutation  company  complement  complication  contingent  continuity  contrivance  coprolite  coprolith  corps  coterie  counterpoint  course  covey  cow chips  cow flops  cow pats  crap  cretic  crew  crossing  crowd  crusade  current  dactyl  dactylic hexameter  dactylology  deaf-and-dumb alphabet  decline  decrease  deed  defecation  dejection  delocalization  denouement  design  detachment  detail  development  device  diaeresis  diarrhea  dimeter  dingleberry  dipody  direction  displacement  division  dochmiac  doings  drift  drive  drive train  droppings  dry run  dumb show  dung  dynamics  dynamism  dysentery  eclectic  elegiac  elegiac couplet  elegiac pentameter  emphasis  episode  epitrite  evacuation  exposition  fable  faction  faith  falling action  feces  feculence  feminine caesura  figure  fleet  fli  
movements  act  acting  action  actions  activism  activity  acts  address  affectation  air  bearing  behavior  behavior pattern  behavioral norm  behavioral science  carriage  clockworks  comportment  conduct  culture pattern  custom  demeanor  deportment  doing  doings  drive train  employment  exercise  folkway  function  functioning  gear  gestures  goings-on  guise  innards  machinery  maintien  manner  manners  mechanism  method  methodology  methods  mien  modus vivendi  motion  motions  movement  moves  observable behavior  occupation  operation  operations  pattern  play  poise  port  pose  posture  power train  practice  praxis  presence  procedure  proceeding  servomechanism  social science  style  swing  tactics  tone  watchworks  way  way of life  ways  wheels  wheels within wheels  work  working  workings  works  

Lexikoneinträge für movement of a symphony

Movement (n.) The act of moving
Movement (n.) Motion of the mind or feelings
Movement (n.) Manner or style of moving
Movement (n.) The rhythmical progression, pace, and tempo of a piece.
Movement (n.) One of the several strains or pieces, each complete in itself, with its own time and rhythm, which make up a larger work
Movement (n.) A system of mechanism for transmitting motion of a definite character, or for transforming motion
Symphony (n.) A consonance or harmony of sounds, agreeable to the ear, whether the sounds are vocal or instrumental, or both.
Symphony (n.) A stringed instrument formerly in use, somewhat resembling the virginal.
Symphony (n.) An elaborate instrumental composition for a full orchestra, consisting usually, like the sonata, of three or four contrasted yet inwardly related movements, as the allegro, the adagio, the minuet and trio, or scherzo, and the finale in quick time. The term has recently been applied to large orchestral works in freer form, with arguments or programmes to explain their meaning, such as the "symphonic poems" of Liszt. The term was formerly applied to any composition for an orchestra, as overtures, etc., and still earlier, to certain compositions partly vocal, partly instrumental.
Symphony (n.) An instrumental passage at the beginning or end, or in the course of, a vocal composition

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motion movement move the act of changing location from one place to another, police controlled the motion of the crowd, the movement of people from the farms to the cities, his move put him directly in my path
movement the act of changing the location of something, the movement of cargo onto the vessel
troop movement movement of military units to a new location
motion
movement
move motility
a change of position that does not entail a change of location, the reflex motion of his eyebrows revealed his surprise, movement is a sign of life, an impatient move of his hand, gastrointestinal motility
fetal movement
foetal movement
motion of a fetus within the uterus (usually detected by the th week of pregnancy)
eye movement the movement of the eyes
campaign cause crusade
drive movement effort
a series of actions advancing a principle or tending toward a particular end, he supported populist campaigns, they worked in the cause of world peace, the team was ready for a drive toward the pennant, the movement to end slavery, contributed to the war effort
anti-war movement a campaign against entering or continuing a war
feminist movement
feminism
women's liberation movement
women's lib
the movement aimed at equal rights for women
gay liberation movement
gay lib
the movement aimed at liberating homosexuals from legal or social or economic oppression
youth movement
youth crusade
political or religious or social reform movement or agitation consisting chiefly of young people
movement the driving and regulating parts of a mechanism (as of a watch or clock), it was an expensive watch with a diamond movement
kinesthesis
kinaesthesis
kinesthesia kinaesthesia kinesthetics
muscle sense
sense of movement
the ability to feel movements of the limbs and body
kinesthesia
kinaesthesia
feeling of movement
the perception of body position and movement and muscular tensions etc
Romanticism
Romantic Movement
a movement in literature and art during the late th and early th centuries that celebrated nature rather than civilization, Romanticism valued imagination and emotion over rationality
drift trend
movement
a general tendency to change (as of opinion), not openly liberal but that is the trend of the book, a broad movement of the electorate to the right
Salafism
Salafi movement
a militant group of extremist Sunnis who believe themselves the only correct interpreters of the Koran and consider moderate Muslims to be infidels, seek to convert all Muslims and to insure that its own fundamentalist version of Islam will dominate the world
symphony
symphonic music
a long and complex sonata for symphony orchestra
movement a major selfontained part of a symphony or sonata, the second movement is slow and melodic
movement
motion
a natural event that involves a change in the position or location of something
crustal movement
tectonic movement
movement resulting from or causing deformation of the earth's crust
periodic motion
periodic movement
motion that recurs over and over and the period of time required for each recurrence remains the same
Black September Movement a former Palestinian terrorist organization (now merged with Fatah Revolutionary Council) that assassinated the Prime Minister of Jordan and during the Olympic Games in Munich killed Israeli athletes
East Turkistan Islamic Movement
East Turkestan Islamic Movement
a group of Uighur Muslims fighting Chinese control of Xinjiang, declared by China in to be terrorists although there is a long history of cycles of insurgency and repression
Hamas
Islamic Resistance Movement
a militant Islamic fundamentalist political movement that opposes peace with Israel and uses terrorism as a weapon, seeks to create an Islamic state in place of Israel, is opposed to the PLO and has become a leading perpetrator of terrorist activity in Israel, pioneered suicide bombing
Harkat-ul-Mujahidin
HUM
Harkat ul-Ansar
HUA
Harkat ul-Mujahedeen
Al Faran
Movement of Holy Warriors
an Islamic fundamentalist group in Pakistan that fought the Soviet Union in Afghanistan in the s, now operates as a terrorist organization primarily in Kashmir and seeks Kashmir's accession by Pakistan
Lautaro Youth Movement
Lautaro Faction of the United Popular Action Movement
Lautaro Popular Rebel Forces
a violent terrorist group organized in the s and advocating the overthrow of the Chilean military government, leaders are mainly criminals or impoverished youths
Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam
LTTE
Tamil Tigers
Tigers
World Tamil Association
World Tamil Movement
a terrorist organization in Sri Lanka that began inas a student protest over the limited university access for Tamil students, currently seeks to establish an independent Tamil state called Eelam, relies on guerilla strategy including terrorist tactics that target key government and military personnel, the Tamil Tigers perfected suicide bombing as a weapon of war
Tareekh e Kasas
Movement for Revenge
an organization of Muslims in India who killed Hindus in September , believed to have ties with Muslim terrorists in Pakistan
Tupac Amaru Revolutionary Movement
Movimiento Revolucionario Tupac Anaru
MRTA
a Marxist-Leninist terrorist organization in Peru, was formed in to overthrow the Peruvian government and replace it with a Marxist regime, has connections with the ELN in Bolivia
symphony orchestra
symphony
philharmonic
a large orchestra, can perform symphonies, we heard the Vienna symphony
movement
social movement
front
a group of people with a common ideology who try together to achieve certain general goals, he was a charter member of the movement, politicians have to respect a mass movement, he led the national liberation front
artistic movement
art movement
a group of artists who agree on general principles
Civil Rights movement movement in the United States beginning in the s and led primarily by Blacks in an effort to establish the civil rights of individual Black citizens
cultural movement a group of people working together to advance certain cultural goals
political movement a group of people working together to achieve a political goal
labor movement
trade union movement
labor
an organized attempt by workers to improve their status by united action (particularly via labor unions) or the leaders of this movement
reform movement a movement intended to bring about social and humanitarian reforms
religious movement a movement intended to bring about religious reforms
ecumenical movement a movement aimed to promote understanding and cooperation among Christian churches, aimed ultimately at universal Christian unity
Lubavitch
Lubavitch movement
Chabad-Lubavitch
Chabad
a large missionary Hasidic movement known for their hospitality, technological expertise, optimism and emphasis on religious study
Oxford movement thentury movement in the Church of England opposing liberal tendencies
Zionism
Zionist movement
a movement of world Jewry that arose late in the th century with the aim of creating a Jewish state in Palestine
apparent motion
motion
apparent movement
movement
an optical illusion of motion produced by viewing a rapid succession of still pictures of a moving object, the cinema relies on apparent motion, the succession of flashing lights gave an illusion of movement
Brownian movement
Brownian motion
pedesis
the random motion of small particles suspended in a gas or liquid
bowel movement
movement
bm
a euphemism for defecation, he had a bowel movement
orthodox sleep
nonrapid eye movement sleep
NREM sleep
nonrapid eye movement
NREM
a recurring sleep state during which rapid eye movements do not occur and dreaming does not occur, accounts for about % of normal sleep time
paradoxical sleep
rapid eye movement sleep
REM sleep
rapid eye movement
REM
a recurring sleep state during which dreaming occurs, a state of rapidly shifting eye movements during sleep

 

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