1(intermediate tone)media tinta feminine
- Note when counting steps that there is a single half-tone between B and C, and E and F.
- La cathédrale engloutie, apart from flummoxing interpreters in terms of correct pace and use of half-tones, is characterised by the artist's profound choice of tonal palette.
- Like their contemporaries, the Prazak, they have a marvellous richness of response that adds drama to the long, unbroken lines - in 1918, the composer was under the influence of Brahms - and caressing half-tones to softer sections.
- Now add into it, the principle of composition, in counterpoint, of so-called neighboring key, neighboring-key half-tone change.
- Moiseiwitsch's singing line and Kempff's half-tones are simply absent, while the inter-relation of tempi - ie the middle section of the second movement should be more relaxed than the march figure - needs more thought in preparation.
2(picture)fotograbado a media tinta masculine
- Not until 1900, however, did half-tone photographic images become a regular feature of newspapers and magazines.
- Many chapters have lovely half-tone illustrations of restored animals or landscapes, by the talented artist Mauricio Anton.
- The monochrome half-tone process, introduced in 1872, was refined by the end of the 19th cent. to allow full colour reproduction.
- Moreover, the nature of newspapers had changed - full of half-tones and features, and covering these sensational stories more than ever before.
- Don followed the Audubon Bird Guide series with about 100 half-tone illustrations for a popular book, Our Amazing Birds.