Glissando

In music a glissando is a gliding effect.
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glissando

[adv] - (musical direction) in the manner of a glissando (with a rapidly executed series of notes) 2. [n] - a rapid series of ascending or descending notes on the musical scale
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Glissando

Rapid slide through pitches of a scale.
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Glissando

A rapid slide through a series of consecutive tones in a scale like passage. On an E-mu Sytems Emulator III arpeggiator for example, when two notes are played with glissando on, every note in between the two notes will be played in a sequential order. Similar to portamento except that the pitch changes in semitone steps.
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Glissando

A slide from one pitch to another, sounding all pitches in between
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Glissando

Glis┬Ěsan'do noun & adjective [ As if Italian = Fr. glissant sliding.] (Mus.) A gliding effect; gliding.
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glissando

adverb (musical direction) in the manner of a glissando (with a rapidly executed series of notes); `this should be played glissando, please`
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glissando

noun a rapid series of ascending or descending notes on the musical scale
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Glissando

• (n. & a.) A gliding effect; gliding.
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Glissando

In music, a glissando (plural: glissandi, abbreviated gliss.) is a glide from one pitch to another. It is an Italianized musical term derived from the French glisser, to glide. In some contexts it is distinguished from the continuous portamento. Some colloquial equivalents are slide, sweep (referring to the `discrete glissando` effects on guitar.....
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Glissando

Sliding between two notes.
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Glissando

Glissando is an ornamental effect notated by a wavy or straight line between two notes, indicating a continuous slide in pitch.
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glissando

in a gliding manner, slurred
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glissando

producing all pitches between two or more notes, as by sliding the finger along the string of a violin or the keyboard of a piano.
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Glissando

Rapid slide through pitches of a scale.
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