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  • verb Present participle of arpeggiate.

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Examples

  • Spotlit on a black stage, Calvi has the guts to open her set with an instrumental track, "Rider To The Sea", made up solely of arpeggiating guitar tones.

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  • Spotlit on a black stage, Calvi has the guts to open her set with an instrumental track, "Rider To The Sea", made up solely of arpeggiating guitar tones.

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  • Something like — "When I die, I'll be busy re-voicing the harmonies in the accompaniment so the clarinets aren't arpeggiating across their break."

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  • Something like — "When I die, I'll be busy re-voicing the harmonies in the accompaniment so the clarinets aren't arpeggiating across their break."

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  • He analyzes the melody and, planning the arpeggiating with scrupulous fidelity, he shows why the arpeggiating "must be affected with the utmost rapidity, bordering upon simultaneousness of harmony in the case of many chords."

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  • Very large hands are tempted by their reach to crush the life out of the study in not arpeggiating it.

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  • Suddenly all those scratchy sums coalesce into arpeggiating organ tones - an uplifting end to a dense but fascinating show.

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  • I had this drum pattern and an arpeggiating bass part that's pretty bouncy.

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  • Is the XX about to become 'the next Radiohead/Coldplay' if they add enough arpeggiating piano riffs to their next album? local news piece or something, but also might be a 'trying too hard to be trendy' video by some sort of alternative web media startup from the, and tons of other crappy UK bands.

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  • Centered on cascading guitars, arpeggiating piano and velvety voices that ring out with crystal clarity, "Used to Be" and "10 Mile Stereo" radiate shimmering warmth.

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