decrescendo

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English - Turkish
diminuendo
dekreşendo
plural of , decrescendo
in, diminuendo çoğul
Turkish - Turkish
Bir parçanın, sesi gittikçe kısarak çalınacağını anlatır
English - English
becoming quieter gradually
To gradually become quieter
An instruction to play gradually more softly
A gradual decrease in the volume
(Italian): Getting progressively softer Means the same as diminuendo
gradually decreasing in volume
{i} gradual decrease in volume (Music)
decresc Gradually play softer
A dynamic marking meaning "gradually getting softer "
(music) a gradual decrease in loudness grow quieter; "The music decrescendoes here"
decreasing loudness in a more gradual manner
or Decresc
In music, a gradual decrease in volume
gradually becoming softer
Gradually softer Synonymous with diminuendo
with a gradual decrease in volume (Music)
The dynamic effect of gradually growing softer Also referred to as diminuendo [Dynamics Notation]
With decreasing volume of sound; a direction to performers, either written upon the staff abbreviated Dec
or indicated by the sign
A gradual decrease in volume
(music) a gradual decrease in loudness grow quieter; "The music decrescendoes here" gradually decreasing in volume
– Growing gradually softer
grow quieter; "The music decrescendoes here"
(decresc or > ) - A gradual degrease in loudness, like the diminuendo
(from the Italian, meaning 'decreasing', or 'lessening') Becoming softer The opposite of crescendo
(music) a gradual decrease in loudness
weakening in volume; sometimes called diminuendo
(it ) - Gradually getting softer [back]
The same as diminuendo
gradually becoming quieter
{s} gradually decreasing in volume (Music)
decrescendos
plural of , decrescendo
decrescendos
third-person singular of decrescendo
decrescendo
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