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To Belly. Back-block. Same Backfall, An nament obsolete \_ written as Wrest-block. melodic orin lute or harpischord-music ; i. ^zi^ or z^i= ; played — ^ » A (Also comp. ) 2. lever in the organ-action, working between a sticker and a pull-down. Backturn. See Turn. ) Good-humored raillery, banter. "; Bagana. the salutation of the angel Gabriel at the annunciation ; followed by the words of Elizabeth to Mary (Luke I, 42), it has been a favorite subject of sacred composition since the 7th century concluded by a hymn of praise or prayer to the Virgin.

Holes. ) Decreasing. An sion-mark denoting a decrease in loudusually coupled with a slackening ness, of the tempo. ) variety of lute or guitar with fretted fingerboard, and 2 gut strings, tuned a fifth apart and twanged with a plectrum ; found in lower Italy. . ) Warmth, passion con c, Caloro'so, warmly, with warmth, etc. ; . passionately. To alter, change... ) Nota cambia'ia, changing-note. ) Chamber, room. , chamber-sonata.. Alia c, in the style of chamber-music ... die, . i'owaifa chamber-music.

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