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 Übersetzung für 'C minor' von Englisch nach Deutsch
mus.
C minor <c, Cm>
c-Moll {n} <c, Cm>
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mus.
C flat minor
ces-Moll {n}
mus.
C minor scale [also: c minor scale]
c-Moll-Tonleiter {f}
mus.
C sharp minor <C♯ minor>
cis-Moll {n} <cis, Cism, C♯m>
relig.
Clerics Regular Minor <CRM, C.R.M.>
Mindere Regularkleriker {pl}
Teiltreffer
jobstech.
chief constructor <c.c., C.C.>
Chefkonstrukteur {m}
cost, insurance, freight, commission <cifc, c.i.f.c.> Kosten, Versicherung, Fracht und Provision inbegriffen
unit
counts per second <c/s, c/sec, cps>
Impulse {pl} pro Sekunde <Ips, Imp./Sek.>
unit
counts per minute <c/m, c/min, cpm>
Impulse {pl} pro Minute <Ipm, Imp./Min.>
relig.
Sisters of Christian Charity <SCC, S.C.C.>
Schwestern {pl} der Christlichen Liebe
unit
cycles per second <cps, c/sec, c/s>
Zyklen {pl} pro Sekunde <cps, c/sec, c/s>
mus.
bass C <c0, c> [also: tenor C]
kleines C {n} <c0, c>
mil.
commander-in-chief <C.-in-C., C in C>
Oberbefehlshaber {m}
math.
set of complex numbers <ℂ, C>
Menge {f} der komplexen Zahlen <ℂ, C>
phys.
charm quark <c quark, c>
Charm-Quark {n} <c-Quark, c>
mus.
double top C <c4, c''''>
viergestrichenes C {n} <c4, c''''>
relig.
Church of England <C of E> <CE> <C.E.> <CofE> <COE>
[englische Staatskirche]
mus.
top C <c3, c'''>
dreigestrichenes C {n} <c3, c'''>
mus.
middle C <c1, c'>
eingestrichenes C {n} <c1, c'>
mus.
treble C <c2, c''>
zweigestrichenes C {n} <c2, c''>
chem.
carbon fiber reinforced carbon matrix composites <C/C composites>
kohlenstofffaserverstärkte Kohlenstoffmatrixverbunde {pl}
per cent <%, p/c, pc., p.c.> [Br.]Prozent {n} <%>
math.
approximately finite dimensional C*-algebra <AF C*-algebra>
AF-C*-Algebra {f}
percent <%, p/c, pc., p.c.> [Am.]Prozent {n} <%>
1270
math.
d open bracket b plus c close bracket < d(b+c) >
d Klammer auf b plus c Klammer zu < d(b+c) >
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Übersetzung für 'C minor' von Englisch nach Deutsch

C minor <c, Cm>
c-Moll {n} <c, Cm>mus.

C flat minor
ces-Moll {n}mus.
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C minor scale [also: c minor scale]
c-Moll-Tonleiter {f}mus.
C sharp minor <C♯ minor>
cis-Moll {n} <cis, Cism, C♯m>mus.
Clerics Regular Minor <CRM, C.R.M.>
Mindere Regularkleriker {pl}relig.

chief constructor <c.c., C.C.>
Chefkonstrukteur {m}jobstech.
cost, insurance, freight, commission <cifc, c.i.f.c.>
Kosten, Versicherung, Fracht und Provision inbegriffen
counts per second <c/s, c/sec, cps>
Impulse {pl} pro Sekunde <Ips, Imp./Sek.>unit
counts per minute <c/m, c/min, cpm>
Impulse {pl} pro Minute <Ipm, Imp./Min.>unit
Sisters of Christian Charity <SCC, S.C.C.>
Schwestern {pl} der Christlichen Lieberelig.
cycles per second <cps, c/sec, c/s>
Zyklen {pl} pro Sekunde <cps, c/sec, c/s>unit
bass C <c0, c> [also: tenor C]
kleines C {n} <c0, c>mus.
commander-in-chief <C.-in-C., C in C>
Oberbefehlshaber {m}mil.
set of complex numbers <ℂ, C>
Menge {f} der komplexen Zahlen <ℂ, C>math.
charm quark <c quark, c>
Charm-Quark {n} <c-Quark, c>phys.
double top C <c4, c''''>
viergestrichenes C {n} <c4, c''''>mus.
Church of England <C of E> <CE> <C.E.> <CofE> <COE>
[englische Staatskirche]relig.
top C <c3, c'''>
dreigestrichenes C {n} <c3, c'''>mus.
middle C <c1, c'>
eingestrichenes C {n} <c1, c'>mus.
treble C <c2, c''>
zweigestrichenes C {n} <c2, c''>mus.
carbon fiber reinforced carbon matrix composites <C/C composites>
kohlenstofffaserverstärkte Kohlenstoffmatrixverbunde {pl}chem.
per cent <%, p/c, pc., p.c.> [Br.]
Prozent {n} <%>
approximately finite dimensional C*-algebra <AF C*-algebra>
AF-C*-Algebra {f}math.
percent <%, p/c, pc., p.c.> [Am.]
Prozent {n} <%>
d open bracket b plus c close bracket < d(b+c) >
d Klammer auf b plus c Klammer zu < d(b+c) >math.
Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • The music in the tradition of Viennese classicism is sacral to a significant extent, including works such as Mozart's Great Mass in C minor, masses by Joseph Haydn (1750-1802), Beethoven's Mass in C major (1807), down to Bruckner's Te Deum (1903).
  • After the Baroque period, the chaconne fell into decline during the 19th century, though the 32 Variations in C minor by Beethoven suggest its continuing influence.
  • The version of "Clair de Lune" on "Crystal Ball" features only DeYoung on piano, with the key changed from D flat to C, as the next track ("Ballerina") begins in C minor.
  • The curious "trucker's gear change" from G minor to C minor is because the second half of the verse is the same as the first half, but transposed up a fourth.
  • Hans Huber used the melody ("Rufst du, mein Vaterland") in the first movement of his Symphony no 3 in C minor, op. 118 ("Heroic").

  • He might have been trying to outdo himself after his 32 Variations in C minor, or trying to outdo Bach's "Goldberg Variations" with its total of thirty-two pieces (two presentations of the theme and thirty variations).
  • So for example, the fugue of Bach's Passacaglia and Fugue in C minor, BWV 582 is not purely a permutation fugue, as it does have episodes between permutation expositions.
  • 5 in C minor, Op. 67 (1808) and other important works set new literary standards for writing about music, and encouraged later writers to consider music as "the most Romantic of all the arts."
  • Examples include the opening movements of Mozart's piano sonata in C minor, K.
  • 8 in C minor, "Wilde Jagd" (Wild Hunt) by Franz Liszt, and appears in Karl Maria von Weber's 1821 opera "Der Freischütz" and in Arnold Schönberg's oratorio "Gurre-Lieder" of 1911.

  • For example, in both C major and C minor, it is a B diminished triad (though it is usually written in first inversion, as described below).
  • This was a class C minor-league club, and was the last team to represent the city of Jackson before the arrival of the class AA Jackson Mets for the 1975 season.
  • 1 in C minor is known as the Linz version. The Brucknerhaus, a concert hall in Linz as well as its annual international Brucknerfest are named after him.
  • This third piano trio was later reworked by Beethoven into the C minor string quintet, Op. 104.
  • Some of these works include the "Requiem pro defuncto Archiepiscopo Sigismundo" (Requiem for the death of Archbishop Siegmund) in C minor, which greatly influenced the "Requiem" by Mozart; "Missa Hispanica" (which he exchanged for a diploma at Stockholm); his magnificent last St.

  • William Chester Minor (also known as W. C. Minor; 22 June 1834 – 26 March 1920), was an American army surgeon, psychiatric-hospital patient, and lexicographical researcher.
  • Here, the "duality of key" featured is A minor and C [...] minor.
  • Partly due to their simplicity, the toccatas are very accessible works; however, the E minor and C minor ones which receive more attention than the rest are in fact slightly more complex.
  • Baroque music written in minor keys often was written with a key signature with fewer flats than we now associate with their keys; for example, movements in C minor often had only two flats (because the A [...] would frequently have to be sharpened to A [...] in the ascending melodic minor scale, as would the B [...]).
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