• Definition for "demisemiquaver"
    • Chiefly British A thirty-second note.
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demisemiquaver definition

  • noun:
    • Chiefly British A thirty-second note.
    • a thirty-second note, drawn as a crotchet with three tails.
    • a brief note, equal over time towards half a semiquaver, or the thirty-second element of an entire note.
    • In musical notation, a note fairly comparable in time-value to 50 % of a semiquaver; a thirty-second note. Its kind is often a or b when alone, or c or d when in teams.
    • a musical note having the time worth of a thirty-second of a complete note
    • Chiefly Brit A thirty-second note.
    • a thirty-second note, attracted as a crotchet with three tails.
    • a brief note, equal over time toward 1 / 2 of a semiquaver, and/or thirty-second part of an entire note.
    • In musical notation, a note fairly comparable in time-value to 1 / 2 of a semiquaver; a thirty-second note. Its type is both a or b when alone, or c or d when in teams.
    • a musical note getting the time worth of a thirty-second of an entire note
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