[englisch, 'daʊnbiːt; wörtlich »Abwärtsschlag«], kennzeichnet den Abwärtsschlag des Dirigenten zur Markierung der betonten Zählzeit, im weiteren Sinne jeden betonten Taktteil (Metrum).

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