Verb(1) omit a sound or letter in a word(2) modify the rhythm by stressing or accenting a weak beat
(1) He played trills, used differently syncopated rhythms, and at times even played little snippets of the accompanying rhythm; yet Silvia was perfectly able to pick the main melody out of the solo.(2) The anonymous slack-key syncopator imbues this movie with mysterious, tender qualities that don't exist in Wong's empty screenplay.(3) They then created the mambo rhythm by blending an African-influenced syncopation of the danzon (a Cuban musical and dance form) with North American instrumentation and harmony elements of Son.(4) Using syncopated and heavy beats as his canvas, Heron slices his samples until the source is utterly indistinguishable.(5) On ├ö├ç├┐Galaxy,├ö├ç├û his mediocre lyrics persist, but the careful melodies and highly syncopated rhythms forgive any misdeeds.(6) Young has a lively sense of gesture and motion; his painterly rhythms are rapid and syncopated , forming a dancing pattern.(7) The singing was amplified, the rhythms syncopated and the plot one-dimensional.(8) Recruited in Harlem, Europe's band may not have been playing ├ö├ç├┐jazz├ö├ç├û by any strict definition but its military music was apparently highly syncopated and left considerable room for improvisation.(9) If the adjective contains a long vowel or diphthong, the final /x/ is syncopated when /a/ is added and a diaeresis is applied.(10) The second movement is a thin-textured scherzo nervily syncopated in an urban context, with no hint of an agrarian landscape.(11) The four-minute coda, however, allows the electronic percussion to take the lead, as beats grow progressively syncopated and the rest of the music drops out save an occasional vocal sample.(12) But it was Gillespie who formed the early bands, organized the tours and schooled young acolytes in the odd, syncopated rhythms and lightning-fast runs that were trademarks of the new style.(13) Like jazz, rap extravagantly syncopates a flexible rhythm against a fixed metrical beat thereby turning a traditional English folk meter into something distinctively African-American.(14) Then last, but certainly not least, Diamond enlisted the merengue influenced rhythmic portfolio of the renowned Puerto Rican syncopator , "Rico Dinaro".(15) Nouns ending in d or g containing a long vowel or diphthong where that consonant is syncopated in the plural, preserve it in the diminutive.(16) These are best listened to in dim lights, but are just fab anytime - fantastic harmonies and syncopations .
1. syncopate ::
1. elongate ::
2. extend ::
3. prolong ::
4. protract ::
Different Formssyncopate, syncopated, syncopates, syncopating
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