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ACCELAccelerate
ACCELAccelerometer
ACCELAccelerando (Music, Gradually Increasing in Speed)
ACCELAmerican College of Cardiology Extended Learning
ACCELAllegheny College Center for Experiential Learning (Meadville, PA)
ACCELAuthority for California Cities Excess Liability (San Francisco, CA)
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Amos explained, "Gestures like dynamic interruptions, eccentric or unusual rhythms/rhythmic development, unexpected wrong notes, unprepared dissonances,, awkward intervals, inexplicable harmonizations, and accelerando can create a sense of mystery: "Where are we going?
A few months later, Auster capitulated and re-enrolled, but how bracing, nonetheless, is his wild accelerando of refusals, his "I quit," "I quit," "I quit"
In most of the headstrong and festive concluding moments of the symphonies Abbado whipped the orchestra up into a disproportionately loud accelerando, with results in the closing choral moments of the Ninth that verged on the raucous.
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In a private lesson, the teacher can help practice cues, releases or tempo adjustments, such as a ritardando or accelerando by conducting a solo piece while the student plays.
Bach's Trio Sonata in C sparkled with appropriate Baroque registration, although Jacobs' use of the swell pedal probably offended purists, as did his accelerando at the end of the A minor Fugue BWV543, which he gave as an encore.
The turmoil and terror of the child's exclamation is expressed without reserve; the climax is marked fff with additional direction of con somma forza, agitatissimo and an accelerando, resulting in a powerful finale that leaves no doubt as to the outcome of the situation.
2) Occasional local variations in tempo, such as accelerando and ritardando, were not taken into account, since these cannot easily be quantified.
Hugo winner Charles Stross' novels--more than a dozen in all--include Halting State ([EXCELLENT] Mar/Apr 2008), Rule 34 ([EXCELLENT] Mar/Apr 2012), Accelerando (2005), and Singularity Sky (2003).
The preferred mode of noncommunication in Beverly Hills "soapspeak" is the hissy fit, in which the participants shriek accelerando at and over each other.
Gabriel Noel-Gallon's Andante et Presto opens with a stunning, dramatic fanfare, and gradually transitions into a hunting horn-inspired presto with a clever metric-modulation accelerando to the piece's happy conclusion.
Very often, the architecture of a poem as a whole is determined by the gradual shift from the first of these techniques to the second, a crescendo and accelerando (sometimes cut off at climax, sometimes allowed to ebb) that become predictable.