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tremolon. [It. Cf. Tremulous.].
     The rapid reiteration of tones without any apparent cessation, so as to produce a tremulous effect.  [1913 Webster]


tremolo, n. Mus.
1 a tremulous effect in playing stringed and keyboard instruments or singing, esp. by rapid reiteration of a note; in other instruments, by rapid alternation between two notes (cf. VIBRATO).
2 a device in an organ producing a tremulous effect.




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