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(1) A choir‐trainer's term for bad and good intonation of the notes sounded together in chords. (2) Spacing of the intervals in a chord. (3) In USA the term means the improvised strumming of accompanimental chords on a banjo, etc.

(1) A choir‐trainer's term for bad and good intonation of the notes sounded together in chords. (2) Spacing of the intervals in a chord. (3) In USA the term means the improvised strumming of accompanimental chords on a banjo, etc.

Subjects: Music.


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