Anacrusis
Anacrusis
Allgemeine Informationen
Genre(s) Progressive Metal, Thrash Metal
Gründung 1986
Auflösung 1993
Neugründung 2009
Website www.anacrusis.us
Gründungsmitglieder
Kenn Nardi
Gitarre
Kevin Heidbreder
John Emery
Mike Owen
Aktuelle Besetzung
Gesang, Gitarre
Kenn Nardi
Gitarre
Mike Henricks (Live-Shows 2011)
Bass
John Emery
Schlagzeug
Mike Owen (1986-1990, ab 2009)
Ehemalige Mitglieder
Schlagzeug
Chad Smith (1990–1992)
Schlagzeug
Paul Miles (1992–1993)
Gitarre
Kevin Heidbreder (1986–1993, 2009-2010)

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  • Anacrusis — An a*cru sis, n. [Gr. ?, fr. ? to push up or back; ? + ? to strike.] (Pros.) A prefix of one or two unaccented syllables to a verse properly beginning with an accented syllable. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • anacrusis — f. Métr. Sílabas que preceden en un *verso al primer acento rítmico. * * * ► femenino Figura retórica que se aplica a la sílaba o sílabas que preceden al primer acento de un verso: soledades al hielo y al sol …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • anacrusis — (n.) unstressed syllable at the beginning of a verse, 1833, Latinized from Gk. anakrousis a pushing back, of a ship, backing water, from anakrouein to push back, stop short, check, from ana back (see ANA (Cf. ana )) + krouein to strike (cognate… …   Etymology dictionary

  • anacrusis — [an΄ə kro͞o′sis] n. [ModL < Gr anakrousis < anakrouein, to push back < ana , back + krouein, to strike: see RUE1] 1. one or more additional, unaccented syllables at the beginning of a line of verse, preceding the regular meter 2. Music… …   English World dictionary

  • Anacrusis — In poetry, anacrusis is the lead in syllables, collectively, that precede the first full measure. Similarly, in music, it is the note or notes (even a phrase) which precede the first downbeat in a bar. In the latter sense an anacrusis is often… …   Wikipedia

  • anacrusis — noun /ænəˈkruːsɪs/ a) an unstressed syllable at the start of a verse , 1989: Then Etheridge poised his baton, jerked an upbeat, and made the violinists speak the low G and A of their anacrusis. (Burgess, Any Old Iron) b) an unstressed note or… …   Wiktionary

  • anacrusis — noun (plural anacruses) Etymology: New Latin, from Greek anakrousis beginning of a song, from anakrouein to begin a song, from ana + krouein to strike, beat; akin to Lithuanian kraušyti to strike Date: 1830 1. one or more syllables at the… …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • anacrusis — См. anacrusi …   Пятиязычный словарь лингвистических терминов

  • anacrusis — anacrustic /an euh krus tik/, adj. anacrustically, adv. /an euh krooh sis/, n., pl. anacruses / krooh seez/. 1. Pros. an unstressed syllable or syllable group that begins a line of verse but is not counted as part of the first foot. 2. Music. the …   Universalium

  • anacrusis — n. unstressed syllable (Poetry); upbeat (Music) …   English contemporary dictionary

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