Double Time


Double Time
Double Time
 
[englisch, 'dʌbl taɪm], Verdoppelung des Tempos — aus einem langsamen beziehungsweise mittleren Tempo heraus empfindet man die doppelte Zahl der Grundschläge: anstelle des Viertelbeat den Achtelbeat. Wenn beispielsweise der Solist beim Chorusspiel in Double Time improvisiert, kann die Rhythmusgruppe im Grundtempo bleiben. Beim Hörer entsteht dann der Eindruck zweier Tempo-Ebenen.
 
Wenn alle Musiker in Double Time spielen, ergibt sich ein Tempowechsel: der ursprünglichen Zeitdauer der Viertelnote entspricht nunmehr die Achtelnote, die Anzahl der Takte verdoppelt sich (Long Meter).
 

Universal-Lexikon. 2012.

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