Author name: Nik Beeson

be-(g)-in bein(g)

be-(g)-in  bein(g) be-(g)-in -> be – in -> be – in (g) ************start of score be -gin [the hard ‘g’ is distinctly present] be (g) in [it becomes gradually less prominent and fades away] be in (g) [The ringing of the ‘ng’ gradually appears becoming dominant until we have…] be-ing [retrograde the process; and repeat […]

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