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Agitato

Definition of the adjective Agitato

What does Agitato mean as an attribute of a noun?

adjective

  1. [music] describing a passage having this mark

Definition of the adverb Agitato

What does Agitato mean as an attribute of something other than a noun?

adverb

  1. [music] played in a restless agitated style

Definition of the noun Agitato

What does Agitato mean as a name of something?

noun

  1. [music] A tempo mark directing that a passage is to be played in a restless agitated style
  2. [music] A passage having this mark

Music

"Agitato" is a composition.

Printed dictionaries and other books with definitions for Agitato

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Google previewI Fail to Miss Your Point (2007)

by Jim O'Bryon

Agitato is a state of mind when ...

Google previewManon Lescaut / Opera Classics Library Series (2003)

by Burton D. Fisher

Molto agitato means very agitated. Obbligato - An elaborate accompaniment to a solo or principal melody that is usually played by a single instrument. Octave - Amusical interval embracing eight diatonic degrees: therefore, from Dictionarv of ...

Google previewMozart's Don Giovanni (2005)

Opera Classics Library Series by Burton D. Fisher

Molto agitato means very agitated. Obbligato - An elaborate accompaniment to a solo or principal melody that is usually played by a single instrument. Octave - Amusical interval embracing eight diatonic degrees: therefore, from Dictionarv of ...

Google preview1001 Funniest Things Ever Said (2006)

by Steven Price

Agitato is a state of mind when one's finger slips in the middle of playing a piece. Probably the most marvelous fugue was the one between the Hatfields and the McCoys. Refrain means don't do it. A refrain in music is the part you'd bet- ter not ...

Google previewErnani

by Burton D. Fisher

Molto agitato means very agitated. Obbligato - An elaborate accompaniment to a solo or principal melody that is usually played by a single instrument. Octave - Amusical interval embracing eight diatonic degrees: therefore, from Dictionarv of ...

Google previewThe Athenaeum (1873)

The allegro agitato is a finale bristling with complexities, exacting from the executant manipulation of marvellous ability, and here the powers of Herr Hans von Bulow shone conspicuously. Anything more masterly and brilliant it is impossible to ...

Google previewMini Music Guides: Dictionary of Music (2013)

All the Essential Terms, Composers, and Theory in an Easy-to-Follow Format! by L. C. Harnsberger

agitato. acoustics: The science of sound. action: The mechanism of an instrument that is set into motion by the performer's fingers. adagietto (It., ah-dah-JET-toh): A tempo slightly faster than adagio. adagio (It., ah-DAH-joh): A slow tempo which ...

Google previewA Dictionary of Music, Theoretical and Practical (1813)

To which is Prefixed a Familiar Introduction to the First Principles of that Science by Thomas Busby

AGITAto ALLEGRO, or Allegro Agitato.

Google previewA Complete Dictionary of Music (1801)

To which is Prefixed a Familiar Introduction to the First Principles of that Science by Thomas Busby

Generally applied to lively-movements, but sometimes, in conjunction with another word, placed at the beginning os compositions intended to stouse and stimulate the more violent paliions : as ALLEGRO AGITATO. Quick and agitated.

Google previewA Complete Dictionary of Music ... Second edition, with additions and improvements (1806)

by Thomas BUSBY

AGITATO. (Ital.) This term signifies a broken, interrupted style of performance, calculated to shake and surprise the bearer : a style only adopt- ed with propriety when it is the composer's design to awaken the flurry and perturbation incident to ...

Google previewComplete dictionary of music ... (1827)

by Thomas Busby

Agitato. (Ital.) This term signifies a broken, interrupted style of performance, calculated to shake and surprise the hearer : a style only adopted ...

Google previewA Dictionary Music (1827)

Theoretical and Practical by Thomas Busby

Agitato. (Ital.) This term signifies a rapid and violent, but broken and interrupted style of performance, calculated to shake and surprise the hearer : a style adopted with propriety, ...

Google previewCrossword Puzzle Dictionary (2015)

by Murali Mohan Hundigam

agitato Restless and wild—agitato Restless desire—itch Restlessness—impatience Restoration of health—recovery Restore—revive, renew, ...

Google previewStudent's Musical Dictionary (2017)

by L. DEAN BYE

A Major Agitato (It) — a very restless and agitated style of playing or singing. Agnus Dei (Lat.) — Lamb of God. One of the parts of a Mass. Air – a short song or tune. Al fine (It) — to the end. Alla breve — originally 4–2 meter. Now 4–4 time at a ...

Google previewA Dictionary for the Modern Conductor (2015)

by Emily Freeman Brown

agitato, concitato.) agitato. (It.) Agitated. Also concitato, excited. (Fr. agité, Ger. erregt, Sp. agitado.) agité. (Fr.) Agitated, excited .

Google previewA new Dictionary of Music (1835)

by Esq. W. WILSON

Agitato, agitated, disturbed. It is generally put allegro agitato, as it cannot well be expressed in slow time. The term wholly relates to style, and depends more upon the composer than the performer. Agoge, a term applied by the Greeks to any ...

Google previewUniversity Musical Encyclopedia (1914)

by Louis Charles Elson

Sometimes a division between the two hands is necessary, as in the first beat of the molto agitato phrase, where the right hand must take the F below in addition to the single C printed on the upper staff. For phrasing, the themes group ...

Google previewAdams' New Musical Dictionary (1865)

Of Fifteen Thousand Technical Words, Phrases, Abbreviations, Initials, and Signs, Employed in Musical and Rhythmical Art and Science, in Nearly Fifty Ancient and Modern Languages

Agitato. (Ita.) With agitation; excitedly. Agitato Allegro. (Ita.) A rapid and perturbed style of performance. gitato un Poco. (Ita.) With slight agitation. Agitazione. (Ita.) Agitation. Agitazione, Con. (Ita.) With agitation. Agite. ( Fre.) ...

Google previewA popular and complete English dictionary (1848)

by John Boag

Agitato, aj'e-ti-to, In music, denotes a broken style of performance adapted to awaken surprise or perturbation. Agitatob, aj'e-ta-tfir, n. One who agitates; also, an insurgent; one who excites sedition or revolt In Cromwell's time, certain officers ...

Google previewThe Hutchinson Concise Dictionary of Music (2014)

by Barrie Jones

agitato (Italian 'agitated' ) in musical notation, indicating energetic, excited expression. If not part of the initial ...

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Video shows what agitato means. A tempo mark directing that a passage is to be played in a restless agitated style.. A passage having this mark.. agitato ...

Scrabble value of A1G2I1T1A1T1O1

The value of this 7-letter word is 8 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.

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