Origin of arpeggio
OTHER WORDS FROM arpeggioar·peg·gi·at·ed, ar·peg·gi·oed, adjective
Words nearby arpeggio
How to use arpeggio in a sentence
We started with some scales and arpeggios, and then I had a book of sonatinas that I’d bought when I got the piano, and we decided to work from there.
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