Relating to or characterised by hue. | Having the capacity to separate spectral colours by refraction. | (music) Related to or using notes not belonging to the diatonic scale of the key in which a passage is written.
How to use Chromatic in a Sentence?
For this purpose the chromatic elements collect into threads and split lengthwise.
The chromatic scale is a succession of all the half steps in the compass of one octave.
Cool, restrained, and satisfying, the composition has all the elements of chromatic perfection.
There are therefore two octave keys which give a chromatic compass [Illustration: 8va.
By this adjustment of the lenses of the condenser it is possible to do away with disturbing chromatic aberration.
He was therefore forced to go down the chromatic scale of creation and find another class of clients.
Form can exist independently of colour, but it never has had any important development without the chromatic adjunct.
That upon the four-holed clay flageolets the chromatic and diatonic scales can be produced with a full octave.
It is well known that the waters of oceans and seas exhibit similar gradations of chromatic hues in certain regions.
It was singing a tune far out of harmony with chromatic exercises, and she was glad her mother could not hear.
After going over them in the above way, try them by playing the chromatic scale and you will invariably find some that need additional attention.
He pulls the slide in and out a couple of times with an unearthly chromatic grunt, and then there is a deep, pregnant silence.
A Chromatic progression is one in which the pitch is changed a semitone, while the name remains the same.
After you have gone all over your temperament, test every member of the chromatic scale as a fundamental of a chord, as a third, and as a fifth.
So that, fused as he was with his work, he himself became that impossible thing, a chromatic voice, a multicoloured echo.
The Meissonier lad's collection of rabbits' ears increased until he had nearly colors enough to run the chromatic scale.
Whenever I sang a trill they would poke each other in the ribs and giggle and, when there was a series of the chromatic trills, they nearly burst.
Again I reply to the triple winds running chromatic fifths of derision outside my window: Play louder.
A knowledge of these and kindred facts will save the architect from many disappointments and enable him to obtain wonderfulchromatic effects by simple means.
Whereas, in these two cases, there is a profound difference in the distribution of the chromatic materials, is this true of their chemical nature as well?
The same chromatic principle must certainly exist in a more elaborate form and under a different molecular arrangement in the skin of the abdomen and the wing-cases which will presently replace white by red.
In fact his art was composed entirely of minute chromatic planes which, by their complete adaptability to a given position in space, produced the intensest form.
Tommy pirouetted about the room like an intoxicated bird, waving the letter, and trilling and running joyful chromatic scales, for the most part badly done.
Of the wrens, both the rock wren and the canyon wren are occasionally seen, the peculiar song of the latter bringing a thrill of cheer to those who are familiar with its falling chromatic scale.
Nor does there appear to be, in the future history of this egg, any actual fusion of the chromatic material, the male and female chromosomes perhaps always remaining distinct.
Both of these instruments were built upon a supposed correspondence between a given scale of colors, and the musical chromatic scale; they were played from a musical score upon an organ keyboard.
Short Example Sentence for Chromatic
Then followed the chromatic scale, up and down.
A chromatic scale bounced off a row of rapidly pointing toes.
The movement ends with a rapid descending chromatic scale of three octaves.