noun, plural glis·san·di [gli-sahn-dee]. /glɪˈsɑn di/.
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Example sentences from the Web for glissando
Among special effects the glissando is really beautiful when properly done.Violin Mastery|Frederick H. Martens
Various effects can be obtained on the harp: by harmonics, by damping, by guitar tones, by the glissando.
Will you describe the best method of holding the hand when playing glissando?Piano Playing|Josef Hofmann
The fact that the tone is passed over glissando eliminates it from the scale.
In the second measure there is an almost inaudible tone at the end of the glissando.