noun, plural ar·peg·gi·os.Music.
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Origin of arpeggio
OTHER WORDS FROM arpeggioar·peg·gi·at·ed, ar·peg·gi·oed, adjective
Words nearby arpeggio
Example sentences from the Web for arpeggio
It is doubtful whether even the forms most peculiar to him (such as the arpeggio-prelude) are of his invention.
Begin by making the class sing them in arpeggio, and in a definite rhythm, so as to get precision.Music As A Language|Ethel Home
He gloats a while over the Second's gloomy outlook, and yawns in that irritating arpeggio, the foretaste of a good sound sleep.Merchantmen-at-Arms|David W. Bone
In a large number of his themes the arpeggio predominates, and always with a special interest and a special personality.Studies in Modern Music, Second Series|W. H. Hadow
All this had been the merest muted arpeggio accompaniment to the steady practical advance of her housekeeper's mind.The Brimming Cup|Dorothy Canfield Fisher