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duple

Music (of time or music) having two beats in a bar
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Delighted Duple service manager George Newbury said:"That vehicle is now touring America.
The music for Argentinian tango is most commonly in duple time and less frequently in triple time (Collier & Haas, 1995).
Meter is basically duple, but it permits this duple patterning to be stretched to triple patterning, either in a local way (what prosodists call "caudation," or possessing a tail) or as a norm.
Funeral marches are typically written in minor keys in a duple metre reflecting sorrowful feelings.
TV fans will recognise the 1958 Bedford Duple Vega SB3 from regular appearances in ITV's Heartbeat - and now the 41-seater bus will be part of Saltburn Food Festival's park and ride scheme.
Media and communication, popular culture, sociology, and musicology scholars from Japan and Australia discuss the Takarazuka Revue, the 60th Annual Kohaku Song Contest, the culture of Japanese musicians who performed jazz and American popular music on US military bases in occupied Japan, the birth of enka in the 1960s, and the reason why songs in triple meter are still sung in duple meter in Japan.
Its duple format and mournful tenor might recall Felix Gonzalez-Torres--his 1987 pair of clocks, Untitled (Perfect Lovers), for instance.
25 -- Karbonn has launched two new budget mobile handsets Karbonn A15+ and Karbonn A1+ Duple for Rs 5890 and Rs 3690 respectively.
It would be interesting to know which prosodic effects are, in Hopkins, most characteristic of "sake" or "metrical service"; though prosodic effects, such as shifts between duple and triple meter, are mentioned by Star, the avoidance of scansion makes it a challenge to hear what might constitute a remarkable moment of "stress," and therefore "instress." Levin, by contrast, provides ample scansions meant to illuminate the principle of isochrony--the line's division into equal time units, regardless of syllable count--but these do not link clearly to Omond's practice, or to Swinburne's.
This was the propulsive, polyrhythmic "Corps." The trio layered duple and triple rhythms.
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The handset is the latest device to join Karbonn's Duple series.