(USED WITHOUT OBJECT) [DOU·BLE-TONGUED, DOU·BLE-TONGU·ING. MUSIC.]
to interrupt the wind flow by moving the tongue as if pronouncing t and k alternately, especially in playing rapid passages or staccato notes on a brass instrument.
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Define double–tongue: to cause the tongue to alternate rapidly between the
positions for t and k so as to produce a fast succession of detached notes …
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Double-tongue definition, to interrupt the wind flow by moving the tongue as if
pronouncing t and k alternately, especially in playing rapid passages or staccato
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double-tongue. Play dou·ble-tongue. -·tongued·, -·tongu·ing. to alternate quickly
and regularly the use of the tip and base of the tongue in playing a flute, trumpet,
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