Definitions

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One of the small notes occur on the unaccented parts of the measure, taking their time from the preceding note.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. In music, the second or unaccented note, the first of every two notes being naturally accented; one or more small notes that are not appoggiaturas, but belong to the preceding instead of the succeeding note.

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  • Rose - opens overly fruity and ripe with spicy, turmeric-like after-note and rose isolates dominant and sharp, but softens into more complex rose territory after a while.

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  • (Alan's after-note on that one: THAT is getting priorities right!)

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  • (Alan's after-note on that one: damn-I don't drink cocktails so I'll have to figure another tactic to get the inside scoop on THAT one!)

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  • I'll include as an after-note that when I took out the electronics I decided to test the strength of the foam.

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