A gradual increase in loudness in a piece of music
A passage of music marked to be performed in this way
The loudest point reached in a gradually increasing sound
Deborah's voice was rising to a crescendo
A progressive increase in force or intensity
a crescendo of misery
The most intense point reached in this; a climax
the negative reviews reached a crescendo in mid-February
With a gradual increase in loudness
a short crescendo kettledrum roll
(music) a gradual increase in loudness
gradually increasing in volume
grow louder; "The music crescendoes here"
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Crescendo is the third album by the Brazilian rock band Ultraje a Rigor, released in 1990.
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The Crescendos were an early American rock and roll group from Nashville, Tennessee.
(Crescendos) The act of raising the volume of a beat for certain duration of time. Crescendos are used to build energy, and transition songs from one style to the next. Crescendos take a lot of control with your dynamics, something every drummer should be aware of.
Crescendo (cresc.) means to gradually become louder, and is indicated by the sign:
Obstacles and degrees of conflict encountered by the protagonist grow increasingly intense.
a reminder to the performer that he has been playing too loudly.
or cresc. (It.) – "growing" – Play gradually louder than previously. (cf. diminuendo, dynamics).
An increase of volume. It can happen quickly, as when a performer plays a single note and makes it suddenly louder, or it can happen gradually, as when volume increases incrementally over many bars. From Act III of Berg's Wozzeck:
Another term for rhetorical climax. See climax, rhetorical, above.
To become gradually louder. Also a term for swell shutters, louvers, or other mechanisms which control sound volume. * Antonym: decrescendo, the gradual decreasing of volume or intensity of music.
('cresc') – Get gradually louder. Also indicated by 'hairpins' in a "<" shape.
The dynamic effect of gradually growing louder, indicated in the musical score by the marking "<".
The last two songs in the collection, while different, are well used as a set. They also require the most subtlety to perform, but the effort is worth it.
An instruction to make the music get louder.
An increase in dynamics that builds up over some length of time.
Italian dynamic marking meaning to gradually get louder.