Definitions for "Hemiola"
a renovated public house in which two big bars have replaced three smaller ones
in early music theory, it refers to the ratio 3:2. In terms of musical pitch, it refers to the ratio of the lengths of two strings that together sound the interval of a perfect 5th. In the modern metrical system, it denotes the sounding of two bars in triple meter as if they were notated as three bars in duple meter. This is a common feature of Baroque music, in which it was often used to give rhythmic variety to dances, and in some musics of Africa, the Near East, and the Middle East.
a particular type ofrhythmic device where one meter is superimposed on another
A hereditary blood disease caused by chromatics.
Burst blood vessel from attempting high trumpet parts.