Noun(1) rise and fall of the voice pitch(2) singing by a soloist of the opening piece of plainsong(3) the act of singing in a monotonous tone(4) the production of musical tones (by voice or instrument
(1) Obvious differences do persist, particularly in accent and intonation , but the idea of the thick-accented, barely intelligible Paddy is anachronistic.(2) He plays multiple characters, simultaneously, in bizarre sketches without using dialogue and relies only on body language and voice intonation .(3) It was at those times that I felt most privileged to be on the inside, leaning on every syllable and intonation of his voice.(4) Her intonation is rising throughout, partly due to the presence of so many questions and exclamations, but also because the lines follow on each other so rapidly.(5) Characteristic is his perfect intonation and breath management as well as excellent phrasing and imaginative use of ornaments when he confronts difficult trills head-on.(6) The ├ö├ç├┐Salve regina├ö├ç├û for soprano and organ is a gorgeous little thing that could melt hearts in any church service (notwithstanding the iffy intonation from the soloist here).(7) The Arcadians are one of Oxford's best chamber choirs, capable of tackling this monumentally difficult piece supported by impressive intonation , articulation and stylistic awareness.(8) You should speak it well, complete with the right pronunciation and intonation .(9) The voice is a little colourless in its lower register, compensated by a bright tone in the middle of his voice, and meticulous intonation .(10) His intonation and faux-elitist accent made the dialogue much more amusing.(11) Chinese is a tonal language: words are differentiated not just by sounds but by whether the intonation is rising or falling.(12) Through focusing on the speed, intonation , and dynamics of utterance, each story can be much richer in meaning.(13) she spoke English with a German intonation(14) She's got a good kid voice - true intonation , natural phrasing.(15) Yeah, it's not a question, but rising intonation makes it one.(16) Her virtues - precise intonation , fabulous musicianship, particularly in the Ariettes - nevertheless come through.
(1) falling intonation :: 下降イントネーション
1. inflection ::
3. modulation ::
Different Formsintonation, intonations
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