Mordent



[mawr-dnt] /ˈmɔr dnt/

noun, Music.
1.
a melodic embellishment consisting of a rapid alternation of a principal tone with the tone a half or a whole step below it, called single or short when the auxiliary tone occurs once and double or long when this occurs twice or more.
2.
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/ˈmɔːdənt/
noun
1.
(music) a melodic ornament consisting of the rapid alternation of a note with a note one degree lower than it Also called lower mordent

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