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Anne-Marie struck a second chord, pressing down her fingers with a vehement vibrato.
THE DEVOURERSANNIE VIVANTI CHARTRES
Old Glynn he knew how to make that instrument talk, the vibrato: fifty pounds a year they say he had in Gardiner street.
ULYSSESJAMES JOYCE
At the same time the vibrato used to excess is quite as bad as an excessive tremulando in the voice.
VIOLIN MASTERYFREDERICK H. MARTENS
One need only listen to Ysaye, Elman, Kreisler: artists such as these employ the quick, intense vibrato with ideal effect.
VIOLIN MASTERYFREDERICK H. MARTENS
There must be an inner, emotional instinct, an electric spark within the player himself that sets the vibrato current in motion.
VIOLIN MASTERYFREDERICK H. MARTENS
The finger of the violinist vibrates on the string by rocking rapidly back and forth and the vibrato is the result.
RESONANCE IN SINGING AND SPEAKINGTHOMAS FILLEBROWN
Xavier's mellow drone assumed the convention vibrato that indicated stark puzzlement.
CONTROL GROUPROGER DEE
If there was a trace of vibrato in her voice only Courtlandt noticed it.
THE TRAIL OF CONFLICTEMILIE BAKER LORING
The vibrato is caused by an undulating variation of pitch or power, often both.
RESONANCE IN SINGING AND SPEAKINGTHOMAS FILLEBROWN
But to-day the vibrato is frequently made to cover a multitude of violin sins.
VIOLIN MASTERYFREDERICK H. MARTENS

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