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Definition of the adjective allargando

What does allargando mean as an attribute of a noun?

adjective

  1. (music) gradually decreasing in tempo and broadening in manner

Definition of the adverb allargando

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

adverb

  1. [music] Decreasing in tempo; getting slower.

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Google previewBob's Dictionary of Big Words (2016)

by Robert Sungenis

Italian: allargando. allegro, adj. in music: quick and lively, but not as quick as presto. Italian: allegro; Latin: alicer: brisk. alliteration, n. repetition of the same first sound or the same first letter in a group of words or in a line of poetry. allocentric, ...

Google previewA Dictionary for the Modern Conductor (2015)

by Emily Freeman Brown

allargando, a slowing or broadening of the tempo. Example: En élargissant, broadening, ...

Google previewUniversity Musical Encyclopedia: University dictionary of music and musicians (1912)

by Louis Charles Elson

Allargando. It. Increased volume and dignity with decrease in time. Alia Scozzese . It. Scotch style. Alia Siciliana. It. Sicilian style. Alia Zoppa. It. SYNCOPATED. Allegranti (Maddelena) sang sop. in opera and oratorio from debut, Venice, 1771 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

allargando (It., ahl-lahr-GAHN-doh): Becoming slower and broader. allegretto (It., ahl-leh-GRET-toh): A lively, quick tempo that is slightly slower than allegro. allegro (It., ahl-LAY-groh): Cheerful, quick or fast. allemande (Fr.

Google previewAlfred's Pocket Dictionary of Music

by Sandy Feldstein

A tempo indication meaning cut time «p, with the half note rather than the quarter receiving the beat \ rather than \ Allargando (It, ahl lahr gahn dohl. Slowing down. Allegretto (It, ahl leh gret'tohl. Fast, a little slower than allegro. Often implies ...

Google previewThe Oxford Dictionary of Music (2013)

by Michael Kennedy, Tim Rutherford-Johnson, Joyce Kennedy

allargando Enlarging; getting ...

Google previewAmerican History and Encyclopedia of Music (1910)

by William Lines Hubbard

Equivalent to allargando. en enlevant (an an-lu-van) Fr. Lifting up; raising. en mesure (an mfl-zur') Fr. In time; as, a tempo. en ralentissant (an ra-lan-tes-san') Fr . Literally, in diminishing: making the time slower. en serrant en serrant (an ...

Google previewThe Berklee Contemporary Dictionary of Music (2015)

by Kari Juusela

allargando ...

Google previewDictionary of Foreign Words and Phrases (1950)

by Ph. D Newmark

allargando. Growing broad; louder and slower [It] alla Tedesca. In the German style [It] alla vostra salute. health [It] alegreto. Light; cheerful; not as fast as allegro [It] To your allegro. Quick ...

Google previewMusic Dictionary (2008)

Paperback Lessons by Hal Leonard Corp.

allargando (It., ahl-lahr-GAHN-doh): Growing broader and therefore, slower. allegretto (It., ...

Google previewEssential Dictionary of Music Definitions

by L. C. Harnsberger

allargando (It., ahl-lahr-GAHN-doh): Becoming slower and broader. allegretto (It., ahl-leh-GRET-toh):Alively, quick tempo that is slightly slower than allegro. allegro (It., ahl-LAY-groh): Cheerful, quick or fast. allemande (Fr., ...

Google previewThe NPR Listener's Encyclopedia of Classical Music (2006)

by Theodore Libbey

allargando (It.) Becoming broader, therefore slower. allegretto (It., "a little fast") Slightly less fast than allegro; often used in place of allegro in pieces or movements of a lighter ...

Google previewThe Pianist's Dictionary (2004)

by Maurice Hinson

allargando (It.). Broadening, getting slower and having a more dignified style, sometimes with a simultaneous crescendo. allegrement (Fr.) . Gaily, merrily, fast, briskly. allegretto (It.). Rather cheerful, somewhat jolly, light, ...

Google previewElson's Pocket Music Dictionary (1909)

The Important Terms Used in Music with Pronunciation and Concise Definition, Together with the Elements of Notation and a Biographical List of Over Five Hundred Noted Names in Music by Louis Charles Elson

Allargando — Retarding and broadening, gradually or suddenly. Calando — Gradually slower and more subdued. Mancando — Decreasing the time and volume of sound. Meno mossolWith less speed of movement immediately, Meno moto ...

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