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Definition of the adjective moderato
What does moderato mean as an attribute of a noun?
- (of tempo) moderate
- similar: slow
Alternative definition of the adjective moderato
- [music] describing a passage having this mark
Definition of the adverb moderato
What does moderato mean as an attribute of something other than a noun?
- [music] played in this style
Definition of the noun moderato
What does moderato mean as a name of something?
noun - plural: moderatos
- [music] A tempo mark directing that a passage is to be played at a moderate tempo
- [music] A passage having this mark
"Moderato" is a musical album of Nina Morato.
- released in (15 years ago)
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The NPR Listener's Encyclopedia of Classical Music (2006)
by Theodore Libbey
moderato (It., "moderate") A tempo generally viewed as falling between andante and allegro; also used as a modifier for either of those tempos, e.g., Allegro moderato (Rachmaninov, Symphony No. 2, first movement) and Andante moderato ...
Modern Music and Musicians: Encyclopedia: v. 1. A history of music; special articles; great composers; v. 2. Religious music of the world; vocal music and musicians; the opera; history and guide; v. 3. The theory of music; piano technique; special articles; modern instruments; anecdotes of musicians; dictionary. (musical terms and biography) (1912)
by Louis Charles Elson
Moderato. Presto. Execution. 2. A turn between two notes on different degrees (or four small notes between). Written. Execution.
Music Lovers' Encyclopedia (1919)
Containing a Pronouncing and Defining Dictionary of Terms, Instruments, &c., Including a Key to the Pronunciation of Sixteen Languages, Many Charts; an Explanation of the Construction of Music for the Uninitiated; a Pronouncing Biographical Dictionary; the Stories of the Operas; and Numerous Biographical and Critical Essays by Distinguished Authorities by Rupert Hughes
Moderato. or CRACOVIENNE Full of syncopa •ns and unexpected ac r..BnA<. CZARDAS. Hungarian national dance, beginning with a slow, sad Las- saa, followed by a fiercely rapjd priska Tne rhythm IS too varied to plot, but this germ usually ...
The Cambridge Mozart Encyclopedia (2006)
by Cliff Eisen, Simon P. Keefe
The solemn Kyrie (Andante moderato; E flat major) has an ABA' form and alternates between solo quartet and chorus. The 'Panis vivus' (Allegro aperto; B flat major) is a heroic tenor aria with extended ritornellos, impressive coloratura and a ...
Encyclopedia of Literary Translation Into English: A-L (2000)
by O. Classe
Four Novels, with an introduction by Germaine Bree, New York: Grove Press, 1965; London: Calder and Boyars, 1 966 (contains The Square, translated by Pitt -Rivers and Irina Morduch; Moderato Cantabile, translated by Richard Seaver; ...
Encyclopaedia Americana : a popular dictionary of arts, sciences, literature, history, politics, and biography, brought down to the present time (1836)
mezzo and moderato (moderate). Mc stands, in Scotch and Irish names, for Mac (q. v.). M is likewise used by printers for the unit of measure of printed matter. Types of the same ...
University Musical Encyclopedia: Musicians' practical instructor (1914)
by Louis Charles Elson
Larglietto, less broadly ; Adagio, slowly; Lento, gently: Andante, going or moving, now a slow tempo; Andantino, less slow than Andante;1 Moderato, moderately ; Allegretto, somewhat cheerfully; Allegro, cheerfully, now meaning fast; Presto, ...
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Scrabble value of M3O1D2E1R1A1T1O1
The value of this 8-letter word is 11 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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