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time signature

Music a sign usually consisting of two figures, one above the other, the upper figure representing the number of beats per bar and the lower one the time value of each beat. This sign is placed after the key signature at the outset of a piece or section of a piece
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WALTZ TIME: Standing, left to right: Ruth Lincoln (Phoebe), Carline Udall (Liddie), Gillian Sterret (Abigail), Pauline Metcafe (Miss Alicia), Muriel Chisholme (Layd Bagshot).
The stable had a plunge on Waltz Time at his McKeown Sporting in Law village and landed a "substantial" touch.
* WALTZ TIME: Austrian conductor Thomas Zehetmair in Huddersfield for an afternoon of Viennese classics by Viennese composer Johann Strauss II.
"While at Atlantic House, Don orchestrated music for charity shows such as Oklahoma and his recordings went all over the world, with a favourite being the last waltz where he transposed a Chopin Nocturne into waltz time and it became his signature tune," says Mrs Maxwell.
The album, "Spot," features original material that "mines the bluesy and Latin aspects of jazz, with some waltz time as well," a release says.
This terrific version - in a lilting waltz time, features a Reinhardt-style acoustic guitar solo by Nils Solber.
Semple sent out his first winner when Waltz Time, ridden by Rodney Lappin, showed her rivals a clean pair of heels in the 1m selling handicap.
WALTZ TIME: Glide into the New Year with the Orchestra of Opera North conducted by Roland Boer