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double-tonguing

Definitions

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  • n. A peculiar action of the tongue by flute players in articulating staccato notes.
  • n. The rapid repetition of notes in cornet playing.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A peculiar action of the tongue by flute players in articulating staccato notes; also, the rapid repetition of notes in cornet playing.

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Examples

  • Directly afterwards he began to run up and down, playing through some exercise with which he was familiar extremely softly; and then by way of a change he began what is technically known as "double-tonguing."

    A Dash from Diamond City

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