Definition of Marcatos

1. marcato [n] - See also: marcato



Marcatos Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Marcatos

marbliest
marbling
marblings
marbly
marbofloxacin
marc
marcantant
marcasites
marcasitic
marcasitical
marcatissimo
marcato
marcatos (current term)
marcel
marcel wave
marceline
marcelines
marcella
marcellas
marcelled
marceller
marcellers
marcelling
marcels
marcescence
marcescent
march

Literary usage of Marcatos

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Choral Orchestration by Cecil Forsyth, Walter Henry Hall (1920)
"In its pauses the marcatos of the pedal-part are given to bassoons, cellos, and basses, plus one horn and the violas—note the addition of the two last-named ..."

2. Instrumentationslehre by Hector Berlioz, Richard Strauss (1905)
"... oder Figuration zu geben hat, lasse man sie bei solchen „marcatos" der Posaunen lieber ganz schweigen— es sei denn, daß man deren ..."

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