chromatics, like little tongues of flame, appear in the accompaniment.
Again he becomes almost modern in his employment of chromatics.
These persons have minor voices, make great use of chromatics in speaking, and their affections seem to be situated in the liver.
She weeps and wails in chromatics and scales that quite touch Arsaces.
See also his article “chromatics” in the supplementary volumes to the 3rd edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica.
These slid into chromatics, rising, beating up to lose themselves in one vast chord of agony supreme.
They made themselves a bed of leaves and lay down; but the chromatics made such a noise that they could not go to sleep.
These chromatics should be emphasized, as they are a feature of the 129 passage and form gems of harmonization.
Presumably the chromatics had reduced the listener to a condition of helpless despair.
He would not dare keep her in his castle, because the chromatics are such gossips that the whole kingdom would know it at once.