Definition of Thirty-second note

1. Noun. A musical note having the time value of a thirty-second of a whole note.

Exact synonyms: Demisemiquaver
Generic synonyms: Musical Note, Note, Tone



Definition of Thirty-second note

1. Noun. (music) A note that has 1/32 the length of a whole note. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thirty-second Note

thirtiethly
thirtieths
thirty
thirty-eight
thirty-eighth
thirty-fifth
thirty-first
thirty-five
thirty-four
thirty-fourth
thirty-nine
thirty-ninth
thirty-one
thirty-oneth
thirty-second
thirty-second note (current term)
thirty-second notes
thirty-seven
thirty-seventh
thirty-six
thirty-sixth
thirty-something
thirty-third
thirty-three
thirty-two
thirty-twomo
thirty-twomos
thirtyfold
thirtyish
thirtypenny

Literary usage of Thirty-second note

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1. Elson's Music Dictionary: Containing the Definition and Pronunciation of by Louis Charles Elson (1905)
"A rest, or pause, equal to the length of a thirty-second note, 3 Thorough bass. Figured bass ; a system of harmony which is indicated by a figured bass. ..."

2. Elson's Pocket Music Dictionary: The Important Terms Used in Music with by Louis Charles Elson (1909)
"An interval measuring thirteen diatonic degrees. thirty-second note. ... A rest, or pause, equal to the length of a thirty-second note, •} Thorough bass. ..."

3. Crown Hymnal: Containing English and Latin Hymns; Masses; Litanies; Funeral by L J Kavanagh, James M McLaughlin (1912)
"thirty-second note: A closed note-head with stem and three strokes; the sign used to represent a tone one-half the length of a sixteenth note. ..."

4. Music Notation and Terminology by Karl Wilson Gehrkens (1914)
"p Thirty-second-note. A closed note-head with stem and three hooks. ... Thirty-second-note — demi-semi-quaver. The corresponding rests are referred to by ..."

5. The Devotional Harmonist: A Collection of Sacred Music, Comprising a Large (1851)
"A thirty-second note.* 10. Two sixteenth notes are equal in length to one eighth note ; four sixteenth notes are equal to one quarter note, and so on. ..."

6. Adams' New Musical Dictionary of Fifteen Thousand Technical Words, Phrases by John Stowell Adams (1865)
"A rest equal in length with that of a thirty-second note (32). Rest, Triple Dotted. A rest increased in duration seven eighths by three dots placed alter it ..."

7. Music in the Public Schools: A Manual of Suggestions for Teachers by Elbridge Ward Newton (1909)
"(/) ^ thirty-second note, a closed •* note head with stem and three hooks. ... The dot after a sixteenth note takes the place of a thirty-second note tied. ..."

8. The American History and Encyclopedia of Music by Janet M. Green, Josephine Thrall (1908)
"It contains thirteen tones. thirty-second note A note having a ... sixteenth note. thirty-second rest A rest equal in time value to а У thirty-second note, ..."

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