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solo or group singing without instrumental accompaniment (CT)
amhránaíocht aonair nó amhránaíocht ghrúpa gan tionlacan uirlise (CT)
GAuathcheol fir1
gu uathcheoil
instrumental music not intended to be illustrative nor to express anything apart from its own form and structure; the opposite of programme music (CT)
ceol uirlise atá ceaptha a bheith neamhléiritheach, agus gan aon rud a chur in iúl seachas a fhoirm agus a struchtúr féin; malairt cheoil tuairisciúil (CT)
GAdearbhairde bain4
gu dearbhairde
the ability to identify a heard musical note, or sing or play it, without any reference note (CT)
a bheith in ann nóta ceoil a chloistear a ainmniú, nó a chanadh nó a sheinm, gan nóta tagartha (CT)
(of place, enclosure, building, etc.)
GAéisteacht bain3
gu éisteachta
(maidir le foirgneamh, srl)
to have good acoustics
éisteacht mhaith a bheith in áit
GAgníomhú fir
gu gníomhaithe, iol gníomhuithe
piano mechanism by which the working of the fingers on piano keys is transmitted to hammers striking the metal stings to produce sound (CT)
an mheicníocht i bpianó trína seoltar éifeacht na méar ar eochracha pianó fad leis na casúir a bhuaileann na téada le fuaim a dhéanamh (CT)
a note, added to a triad or other chord, which is the sixth interval on the diatonic scale above the root note of the chord (CT)
i gcás tríchorda srl, nóta a chuirtear leis an an tríchorda agus atá ar an séú céim den scála diatonach os cionn fréamhnóta an tríchorda, srl (CT)
the chord obtained when a note is added to a triad or other chord, where the added note is the sixth interval on the diatonic scale above the root note of the chord
an corda a fhaightear nuair a chuirtear nóta breise le tríchorda, srl nuair a bhí an nóta breise ar an séú céim den scála diatonach os cionn fréamhnóta an tríchorda, srl
GAaisling bain2
gu aislinge, iol aislingí
poetic form associated with seventeenth and eighteenth century poets in which the poet describes an encounter with an otherworld personage seen in a dream
foirm fhileata a bhaineann le tréimhse chogadh an dá rí in Éirinn agus le filí an ochtú haois déag ina gcuireann an file síos ar phearsa sí a chonaic sé i mbrionglóid
GAA gior
alt fir1
gu ailt, ai ailt, gi alt
highest male singing voice or lowest female voice generally in choral singing
an guth fireann is airde nó an guth baineann is ísle san amhránaíocht chórúil
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