⇄SuchrichtungÜbersetzung für 'capo' von Englisch nach Deutsch
NOUN   capo | capos
Kapodaster {m}
da capo {adv} <D.C.> [from the beginning]
noch einmal von Anfang an
capo (d'astro) [corruption of ital. "capo tasto"]
Kapodaster {m}
capo tasto
Kapodaster {m}
da capo aria
Da-capo-Arie {f}
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Anwendungsbeispiele Englisch
  • Richard Shubb (born January 11, 1945 in Oakland, California) is best known as the inventor of the Shubb Capo, a very popular guitar and banjo accessory.
  • A partial capo is a type of a capo designed to capo only some of the strings of an instrument, as opposed to a standard capo which affects all strings.
  • Manufacturers have tried to create the ideal capo. One of the more recognized capos is the Shubb capo.
  • Some lower tunings may call for a baritone guitar to more easily maintain high string tension and a rich tone. Others can be achieved using a capo and/or a partial capo.
  • He was the nephew of Bonanno family caporegime Alfred Embarrato, and cousins of street soldier Joseph D'Amico, capo Richard Cantarella, capo Frank Cantarella, and Bonanno family capo Paul Cantarella.
  • At the end of the thirty variations, Bach writes "Aria da Capo e fine", meaning that the performer is to return to the beginning ("da capo") and play the aria again before concluding.
  • While visiting music stores to sell his new product, someone told him that musicians needed a good capo, remarking that anyone who made a good capo that could handle a 12-string guitar would make a lot of money.
  • From 1916 to 1939 Da-Capo was sold as paper-wrapped pralines.
  • Since the 2004 report, the Genovese NJ faction has had numerous important members die, including Prisco crew capo Joseph LaScala, who died in 2019, as well as capo Ludwig Bruschi and acting capo Michael "Tona" Borelli, who both died in 2020.
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