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Tremolo vs. Tremolando — What's the Difference?

Tremolo vs. Tremolando — What's the Difference?

Difference Between Tremolo and Tremolando

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Tremolo

In music, tremolo (Italian pronunciation: [ˈtrɛːmolo]), or tremolando ([tremoˈlando]), is a trembling effect. There are two types of tremolo.
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Tremolando

(music) A tremolo section of a piece.
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Tremolo

A tremulous effect produced by rapid repetition of a single tone or by rapid alternation of two tones.
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Tremolando

(music) Played with a tremolo effect.
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Tremolo

A device on an organ for producing a tremulous effect.
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Tremolando

Same as Tremando.
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Tremolo

Vibrato, especially in singing.
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Tremolo

(music) A rapid repetition of the same note, or an alternation between two or more notes. It can also be intended to mean a rapid and repetitive variation in pitch for the duration of a note. It is notated by a strong diagonal bar across the note stem, or a detached bar for a set of notes (or stemless notes).
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Tremolo

(music) A variation in the volume of a note or a chord, evoking a tremor or quiver.
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Tremolo

(music) The device in an organ that produces a tremolo effect.
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Tremolo

The rapid reiteration of tones without any apparent cessation, so as to produce a tremulous effect.
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Tremolo

(music) a tremulous effect produced by rapid repetition of a single tone or rapid alternation of two tones
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Tremolo

Vocal vibrato especially an excessive or poorly controlled one
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