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Definition of the adjective allargando
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Definition of the adverb allargando
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- [music] Decreasing in tempo; getting slower.
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by Emily Freeman Brown
allargando, a slowing or broadening of the tempo. Example: En élargissant, broadening, ...
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, ...
Going on, continuing to get Allargando, allarg : Slowing of tempo , usually with increasing volume; most frequently occurs toward the end of a piece. Allegramente (Italian), Allegrement (French) : Brightly, gaily Allegretto ...
by Hal Leonard Corp.
allargando (It., ahl-lahr-GAHN-doh): Growing broader and therefore, slower. allegretto (//., ahl-leh-GRET-toh): A light, cheerful, fast tempo; a bit slower than allegro. allegro (//., ahl-LAY-groh): "Cheerful.
by William Lines Hubbard
allargando (äl-lär-gän'-dö) It. part, and n. A widening of the power of expression, as well as the slackening of speed which is commonly indicated by retarando or rallentando. Same as largando. alle (äl'-lë) Ger. adj. and pron.
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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
by Alberto Bachmann, Frederick Herman Martens, Albert Ernest Wier
Allargando (It.). Becoming broader and slower, with increase of tone. Alla. stretta (It.). Increase the time. Allegramente (It.). Gayly, quickly. Allegretto (It.). Moderately fast. Allegro (It.). Fast. Metronome marks are 152 to 184. Often modified by the ...
by Matthew Hoch
allargando (It). Broadening. allegretto (It). Less fast than allegro.
by Edward Dickinson, George Whitfield Andrews, Arthur Foote, Janet M. Green, Emil Liebling, Josephine Thrall
allargando (al-lar-gan'-do) It. part. and n. A widening of the power of expression, as well as the slackening of speed which is commonly indicated by ritardando or rallentando. Same as largando. alle (al'-le) Ger. adj. and pron.
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Video shows what allargando means. Decreasing in tempo; getting slower.. Allargando Meaning. How to pronounce, definition audio dictionary. How to say ...
- Accelerando, Accent, Adagio, Allargando - The Music Dictionary for Beginners 1
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