This was followed by a wild, elfin passage in triple time—a sort of grotesque interlude, like the dance of spirits upon the lawn.
The movement was obliged to be in triple time; the rest was ad libitum.
The Sarabande was also in triple time, but its movement was slow and stately.
This regularity throws the sounds, into the order of triple time.
Franco was the first theorist to record the distinction between dual and triple time.
Apparent paeons occur now and then, where the usual contraction would reduce them to triple time.
The English grave or heroic verses are measured by triple time, as Mr. Pope's translation of Homer.
A round dance that originated in Bohemia; the music of which is in quick, triple time.
They are always in triple time, and consist of either two or three strains of an even number of bars.
Dual time, or measure, corresponds to a poetic rhythm made up of two-syllable feet; triple time to one of three-syllable feet.