whole tone

NOUN
  1. a musical interval of two semitones
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How To Use whole tone In A Sentence

  • Trotter uses this music to introduce octaves, accented rhythms, a whole tone scale and a continuous cross-hand pattern.
  • That horrible building lowers the whole tone of the neighborhood.
  • As it deals with the retarded it's got a plus going for it already, but the whole tone here seems not quite as desperate and forced as the actual show.
  • That horrible building lowers the whole tone of the neighborhood.
  • For example, a rising whole tone interval is mirrored by a falling whole tone interval.
  • Trotter uses this music to introduce octaves, accented rhythms, a whole tone scale and a continuous cross-hand pattern.
  • The whole tone of this administration is dismally unambitious.
  • He uses this music to introduce octaves, accented rhythms, a whole tone scale and a continuous cross-hand pattern.
  • The traffic light changed, the traffic cop motioned for the crowd to cross, there was a surge forward, and suddenly the whole tone of the demonstration changed.
  • - that comprise the melody and solo frameworks for Desmond in "Fujiyama" are a beautiful contrast to the relatively straight-ahead ballad style featured on "Zen Is When," with its 4 / 4 time sling rhythm and simple melody - extrapolated by Brubeck in purely Japanese whole tone scale on the harmony. AvaxHome RSS:
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