Accentis a general term which means contrast, outline or highlight for added detail and emphasis, e.g. accent lamp pertains to a type of lamp which is used for mood lighting, as decorative accent, or to draw attention to a particular area.

 

Ref: 120606/2006-09-19

Accent refers to increase the loudness or intensity of a note or chord within a group of otherwise softer notes. Important notes in a melody may be accented by playing them louder, or by adding a percussion instrument such as an orchestra bell or xylophone

Ref: 86331/2006-09-13

 


List of books: Accent

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