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Italian Musical Terms - Piano - About.com
The Italian musical phrase "a tempo di menuetto" affects rhythm and tempo. The actual Italian term for minuet is "minuetto," but German composers likely ...
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Tempo - Italian Musical Terms - Meaning of Tempo
... a musician. Learn the meaning of tempo, and see how it's marked in piano sheet music. ... Tempo terms (often in Italian): Adagio is around 76 BPM. The plural ...
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Maestoso - Italian Musical Terms - Piano - About.com
Definition: The Italian musical term maestoso is an indication to play “majestically ”; to perform with grand, dignified expression. Also Known As: majestueux ...
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Italian Musical Terms: Allegro - Piano - About.com
The Italian musical term allegro is an indication to play in a quick, lively tempo. ... Allegro is frequently paired with other musical commands in the titles of musical ...
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Legato - Italian Musical Terms - Piano - About.com
The Italian musical term. ... Peter Starman/Photographer's Choice RF/Getty Images. Musical Symbols - Sheet Music Terms and Musical Symbols · Quiet Noise ...
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Presto - Italian Musical Terms - BPM of Presto - Piano - About.com
The Italian musical term presto is an indication to play in a quick, lively tempo; faster than vivace. ... Musical Symbols - Sheet Music Terms and Musical Symbols  ...
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Molto - Italian Musical Terms - Meaning of Molto - Piano - About.com
The Italian musical term molto means “very,” and is used with other musical commands to intensify their effects; molto crescendo, “speed up very quickly.
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Rubato - Italian Musical Terms - Piano - About.com
The Italian musical command rubato, which literally means “robbed,” indicates that the performer may take liberties with the articulation, dynamics, or overall ...
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Meno - Italian Musical Terms - Meaning of Meno - Piano - About.com
The Italian musical term meno means “less,” and is used with other musical commands to decrease their effects; meno animato, “less animated.” Opposite of pił.
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Loco - Italian Musical Terms - Meaning of Loco - Piano - About.com
Definition: The Italian musical term loco, or “at place,” is used to cancel a previous octave command such as 8va or 8vb. Reading & Playing Octave Commands.
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