Definition for "double-tongue"
To play a rapidly repeated number of records…
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To play a rapidly repeated number of records on a wind tool by putting the tongue alternatively amongst the roles for t and k.
a type of dwarf butcher's-broom, Ruscus Hypoglossum, of south Europe: so named from look associated with the cladodes. See Ruscus.
In music, in playing the flute and certain brass instruments, such as the cornet, to apply the tongue quickly toward teeth and the difficult palate alternatively, so as to insure a brilliant execution of a staccato passage.
play fast notes on a wind tool