demisemiquaver


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demisemiquaver

Music a note having the time value of one thirty-second of a semibreve
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There is surely more to come from Demisemiquaver over this extended 10-furlong trip - with a bit of ease in the ground also likely to play to her strengths.
Grave notes, and half notes, and demisemiquavers, all clinging to the beam of her interior, and ripening after the nine months, to fly forth duly harmonized .
However, vivid demisemiquavers, long flowing lines - every note singing - sonorous suspensions, dramatic rhythm and florid ornamentations also gave emphasis to the imaginative writing Six Dances by the Armenian composer Komitas bemused and mesmerised with plaintive, gently gyrating music; repeated fragments viewed from different angles.