Why is it called ordinateur?

Why is it called ordinateur?

Etymology. From Latin ōrdinātor (“one who orders”), from ōrdinō (“to order, to organize”).

How do you say PC in French?


  1. (= personal computer) PC m. She typed the report on her PC. Elle a tapé le rapport sur son PC.
  2. ( Britain) (= police constable) agent m de police.
  3. ( Britain) = Privy Councillor.

Is ordinateur MASC or FEM?

For instance, some nouns are always masculine no matter what, like un sac (a bag), un manteau (an overcoat), and un ordinateur (a computer). Others are always feminine, like une voiture (a car), une maison (a house), and une école (a school).

What is a troupe?

: company, troop especially : a group of theatrical performers.

What are the two types of ensembles?

Ensemble methods fall into two broad categories, i.e., sequential ensemble techniques and parallel ensemble techniques.

What does libretto mean?

Libretto, (Italian: “booklet”) plural librettos or libretti, text of an opera, operetta, or other kind of musical theatre. It is also used, less commonly, for a musical work not intended for the stage.

What are the different types of ensembles?

  • Orchestra. What is an Orchestra? An orchestra is a group of musicians that can vary in size from 25 to over 100.
  • Trio. What is a trio? A trio is a group of three musicians.
  • Quartets. What is a quartet? A quartet is a group of four musicians playing together or singing together.
  • Quintet. This page is a work in progress.

What are the different sizes of ensembles called?

In Western classical music, smaller ensembles are called chamber music ensembles. The terms duet, trio, quartet,quintet, sextet, septet, octet, nonet and dectet describe groups of two up to ten musicians, respectively.

What are the three distinct ensembles?

Outside the symphony orchestra tradition and the Filipino theater, the Filipinos have also developed a repertoire for three distinct musical ensembles: the band (brass and bamboo), the rondalla and the chorus.

What is it called when all instruments play together?

This is known as ‘ensemble’ (French for ‘all together’) or ‘tutti’ (Italian for ‘all’, indication that all instruments play.

What is it called when music builds up?

Development, or buildup? Crescendo is when the music gets louder. Development is nearer to what you ask.

What is the build up in music called?

A drop or beat drop in music, made popular by electronic dance music (EDM) styles, is a point in a music track where a sudden change of rhythm or bass line occurs, which is preceded by a build-up section and break.

Does crescendo mean get louder?

The terms crescendo, and diminuendo (or sometimes decrescendo), mean a gradual getting louder or softer. A hairpin opening out is a crescendo, one which closes is a diminuendo.