- n. music A celesta (a musical instrument).
- n. music An organ stop, deliberately slightly out of tune to give an undulating sound.
- From French céleste ("heavenly"), from Latin caelestis. (Wiktionary)
“Jewbeard, knowing that the color is called celeste green is indeed an indication of whether one is a real cyclist or a poser”
“Jewbeard, knowing that the color is called celeste green is indeed an indication of whether one is a real cyclist or a poser, but this guy thinks that a 55cm. fits a six footer, so we can probably securely place him in the poser category.”
“So, they started trackstanding right there in the living room, and after three days the wife finally put her foot down first, meaning he got to keep the one with the Aerospokes but he'd sell the one with the "celeste" rims.”
“Sampled sounds from an Alabama gospel choir tingle through O Come, O Come, Emmanuel; We Three Kings of Orient Are finds Allen immersing herself in an episodic journey for piano and celeste, and her bluesiness on Amazing Grace is very moving.”
“The orchestration, rich with harmonium, celeste and harp, and aglow with fluttering woodwind and solo string writing, displays Massenet's hunger for throwing every musical meat, fish and fowl into his recipe, with uneven results.”
“March 17, 2009 kathy a. said ... i'm pretty much with celeste. the flood of technology and information makes it absolutely important that students learn critical thinking skills, and how to search for the most reliable information.”
“Though her studio is crammed with some genuine museum pieces from the analog era—including a Mellotron and a celeste—Ms. Honda has a soft spot for the early digital era.”
“Ozo's arsenal includes several Latin American string instruments (jarana, charango, tres), an Indian tabla and a Persian piano-like celeste.”
“For most of us, this was a first live encounter with Hans Werner Henze's chamber opera, with its beguiling and sensuous metallic sound-world created by a small ensemble enhanced by guitar, mandolin, harp, piano and celeste.”
“Nothing fancy but well told. celeste Goschen Says:”
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Lista de palabras en espaÃ±ol que tienen una sÃ³la vocal y con mÃ¡s de tres sÃlabas.
Given names that were acceptable for play the last time I checked the OWL.
Names and Persons (including derogatory)allowed by Scrabble
preferably never listed or listed once or twice
Organ stops, that is.
Words that have only one of the vowels. On this list I include only words with at least three vowels. When I first started the list, if a word had several forms, I generally listed only the one wit...
These chromonyms are defined as colors in at least one dictionary (mostly MW3). (Actually there's one fake, for reasons I'll explain someday.) They are all one-word nouns such as "kelly", which can...
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