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Allegro Con Spirito

Definition of the noun allegro con spirito

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  1. lively with spirit
    • lexical domain: Time - nouns denoting time and temporal relations
    • more generic word: allegro = a brisk and lively tempo

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Google previewViolin and Keyboard: From the seventeenth century to Mozart (1973)

by Abram Loft

Allegro con spirito is the marking for the movement, and spirited it must be, preferably at a tempo of J = 69. Both players will find themselves consistently used as a pair in maintaining the spirit. For example, the passage where the piano's ...

Google previewThe Piano in Chamber Ensemble (2006)

An Annotated Guide by Maurice Hinson, Wesley Roberts

The closing Allegro con spirito is a fugue that opens quietly ...

Google previewArt in Three Dimensions (2010)

by Noël Carroll

The first movement Allegro con spirito is a 4/4 sonata allegro form, and we find the choreography highlighting both the treble melody and the bass accompaniment. The solo dancer's feet walk in tempo to the bass motion in the pianists' left ...

Google previewKurzgefasstes Musicalisches Lexicon (1787)

by Georg Friedrich WOLF

molto, Allegro con spirito, Presto, Presto affai, Presti fimo, Velocifimo, Vivacifimo, u. f. w. - Gezierter Gesang, S, figurierter Gesang. - - - - Gique - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -...

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