Noun(1) (music(2) vocal vibrato especially an excessive or poorly controlled one
(1) Nonetheless, when the strings were together, we were treated to a wonderful tremolo in the cellos, beginning as a mere susurrus, then pouring forth into a majestic sound.(2) In the second section the flute ignites sparks of tone through rapid tonguing, tremolos , staccatos and trills as the tape sounds ebb and flow, gradually evolving from one harmony to the next.(3) It's based on triads, with these little tremolos in the strings.(4) But he also interprets the shaking in musical terms using tremolos and trills, which can themselves be described as shakes.(5) It also had a tremolo arm , which kept working its way loose, so I'd wrench it round another time, so that it would sit nicely in place.(6) But then again I never use a tremolo arm anyway, although this might be because the standard tremolos such as the one on my Strat just send the guitar so out of tune that I can't be bothered with it.(7) It's a virtuoso performance full of muted notes, plucked resonance, bristling clusters, elliptical melodies, rolled chords and tremolos .
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