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Stock Audio - Jingle. Showing 1 to 30 of matches. Page of Sort by : Popular. Popular Most Downloads Credits Freshness. Advanced Search. Clip Duration. Loopable Audio. All Non-loopable Loopable Audio. All Genre. Game Sounds. Cartoon Sounds. Sound Packs. Interface Sounds. Nature Sounds. Domestic Sounds. Urban Sounds. Industrial Sounds. Futuristic Sounds. Human Sounds. Hip Hop. Pieces using sonata form typically use the Jinglebells to conclude a piece, providing closure through the repetition of thematic material from the exposition in the tonic key.

In all musical forms other techniques include "altogether unexpected digressions just as a work is drawing to its close, followed by a return Coda Italian for "tail", plural code is a term used in music in a number of different senses, primarily to designate a passage which brings a piece or one movement thereof to a conclusion. An outro sometimes "outtro", also "extro" is the opposite of an intro. The term is typically Jinglebells only in the realm of popular music.

It can refer to the concluding track of an album or to an outro-soloan instrumental solo usually a guitar solo played as the song fades out or until it stops. Repeat and fade is a musical direction used in sheet music when more than one repeat of the last few measures or so of a piece is desired with a fade-out like something traveling into the distance and disappearing as the manner in which to end the music.

It originated as a sound effect made possible by the volume controls on sound recording equipment and on the sound controls for speaker Outro. No equivalent Italian term was in the standard lexicon of musical terms, so it was written in English, the language of the musician s who developed the technique.

It is very difficult to approximate this effect on an instrument such as the piano, but instrumentalists can Jinglebells it by thinning the musical texture while Outro diminuendo within the limits of their instruments, and by taking advantage of the open-ended feeling of an unresolved harmony or melodic tone at the end. It is in the family of terms and signs that indicate repeated material, but it does not substitute for any of them, and it would be incorrect to describe it as a "shortcut" to any of the other repeat signs such as Dal segno.

Repeat and fade endings are rarely found in live performances, but are often used in studio recordings. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Christmas Specials Wiki Explore. Arnold's Christmas Christmas Who? Christmas Every Day! A Christmas Story Arthur Christmas. Active talk pages. Explore Wikis Community Central. Register Don't have an account? Jingle Bells alternate versions. Log in to edit. History Talk 0.

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