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duple

Music (of time or music) having two beats in a bar
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Gordon's Usual Meter Classifications and Associated Rhythm Syllables Meter Name Beat Divisions Possible Time Rhythm (microbeats) Signatures Syllables (a) Duple Duple 2/4,4/4,2/2 du-de, du-de Triple Triple 6/8 du-da-di, du-da-di (eighths) 3/4 (c) du-da-di (quarters) 9/8 (c) du-da-di (dotted quarters) Meter Name Movement (b) Duple p-p, p-p Triple p-p-p, p-p-p p-p-p p-p-p (a) Each syllable represents a microbeat.
Unstressed syllables multiply rather than stressed syllables and the voice runs free of the duple meter.
My students and I enjoyed reading this collection; the short movements and hunting styles are easy to grasp, and the tunes are relatively easy to play--all open harmonics c-g" (b" in the Haydn) and simple duple and triple rhythms.
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.
duple metres are introduced in Grade 1, triple metre in Grade 3, but no new concepts are introduced in Grade 2 or 4).
The handset is the latest device to join Karbonn's Duple series.
Another possible, less likely (but not impossible) reading, however, interprets reel as a reference to the duple time Scottish folk dance of the same name.
43) by altering harmonic progressions and changing time signatures from triple to duple meter.
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Constantinou says that the bearings, made of steel duple to very low temperatures--and which have a large displacement capacity, as well as the capacity to carry enormously large loads--are the only ones suitable for the extreme conditions encountered in the North Pacific.
A simple graph G is then defined as an ordered couple, or duple, [V(G), E(G)], that comprises vertices V in one non-empty set and edges E in another; the latter might be an empty set.