Arsis

Ar'sis (är'sĭs) noun [ Latin arsis , Greek 'a`rsis a raising or lifting, an elevation of the voice, from a'i`rein to raise or lift up. Its ordinary use is the result of am early misapprehension; originally and properly it denotes the lifting of the hand...
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Arsis

• (n.) That part of a foot where the ictus is put, or which is distinguished from the rest (known as the thesis) of the foot by a greater stress of voice. • (n.) That elevation of voice now called metrical accentuation, or the rhythmic accent. • (n.) The elevation of the hand, or that part of the bar at which it is raised, in beating...
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Arsis

In music, arsis is the elevation of the hand, or that part of the bar at which it is raised, in beating time.
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Arsis

Arsis is a term applied in prosody to that syllable in a measure where the emphasis is put; in elocution, the elevation of the voice, in distinction from thesis, or its depression.
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Arsis

Arsis is an American technical melodic death metal band from Virginia Beach, Virginia, formed in 2000. The band is currently signed to Nuclear Blast. ==Biography== ===Demos and Willowtip era (2000-2006)=== Arsis was started by James Malone and Mike Van Dyne in 2000, who met while attending the Berklee College of Music in Boston. They recorded two ...
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Arsis

In classical metrical analysis, Greeks referred to the stressed syllable in a metrical foot as a the
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