Translation of arpeggio in Spanish:

arpeggio

arpegio, n.

Pronunciation /ɑrˈpɛdʒiˌoʊ//ɑːˈpɛdʒɪəʊ/

noun

  • 1

    arpegio masculine
    • The virtuoso tour de force begins with a flourish, the piano arpeggios answered by bold chords in the woodwind trio.
    • In a beautiful and affecting way, Shostakovich evokes the sounds of the Moonlight Sonata, the triplet arpeggios and the dotted rhythm of the main theme, without really quoting it.
    • Octaves, large chords and arpeggios are all formations that seemingly call for large hand stretches.
    • As a result, pianists are required to negotiate unusual combinations of note groupings and clusters that go beyond the fingerings used in traditional scales, arpeggios and chords.
    • As the first song played, I pressed different buttons on the joystick and keyboard and heard notes, chords, cadenzas, arpeggios, and even special effects typical of the piano.