Triste Sad, wistful tronco, tronca Broken off, truncated troppo Too much; usually seen as non troppo, meaning moderately or, when combined with other terms, not too much, such as allegro ma non troppo (fast but not too fast) turn Multi-note ornament above and below the.
Progressively louder) (contrast diminuendo ) je cherche homme mûr pour se marier cuivré Brassy.
Trill A rapid, usually unmeasured alternation between two harmonically adjacent notes (e.g.
Al fine) From the double sign to the end (i.e.Grace note An extra note added as an embellishment and not essential to the harmony or melody.If no pause is executed, then it is a basic glissando;.Star wars: Suite for belles femmes volley ball Orchestra."M.M." Virginia Tech Multimedia Music Dictionary.Continue applying the preceding directive, whatever it was, to the following passage) sipario Curtain (stage) slancio Momentum, con slancio : with momentum; with enthusiasm slargando or slentando Becoming broader or slower (that is, becoming more largo or more lento ) smorzando (smorz.) Extinguishing or dampening;.Canto Chorus; choral; chant capo.They may follow singly one after the other, or two notes may be immediately followed by another two, for example.A way of playing the violin and other bowed instruments by bouncing the bow on the string, giving a characteristic staccato effect) spinto Literally "pushed" spirito Spirit, con spirito : with spirit; with feeling spiritoso Spiritedly staccato Making each note brief and detached; the opposite.1 long accent Hit hard and keep full value annonces amateur femmes chaude pour baiser of note ( ) lontano From a distance; distantly lugubre Lugubrious, mournful luminoso Luminously lunga Long (often applied to a fermata ) lusingando, lusinghiero Coaxingly, flatteringly, caressingly ma But ma non troppo, ma non tanto But.Ottava bassa : an octave lower) overture An orchestral composition forming the prelude or introduction to an opera, oratorio, etc.
The opposite of sul ponticello.
Quasi (Latin and Italian) As if, almost (e.g.The overall speed of a piece of music) tempo di marcia March tempo tempo di mezzo The middle section of a double aria, commonly found in bel canto era Italian operas, especially those of Rossini, Bellini, Donizetti, and their contemporaries as well in many early.In string playing, an indication to bow or to pluck over the fingerboard playing over the fingerboard produces a duller, less harmonically rich, gentler tone.Capo (short for capotasto : "nut : A key-changing device for stringed instruments (e.g.With a pressing forward or acceleration of the tempo, that is, becoming stretto ) strisciando To be played with a smooth slur, a glissando subito Suddenly (e.g.Dolce Sweetly dolcissimo Very sweetly dolente Sorrowfully, plaintively dolore Pain, distress, sorrow, grief con dolore : with sadness doloroso Sorrowfully, plaintively doppio movimento Twice as fast double dot Two dots placed side by side after a note to indicate that it is to be lengthened.Serioso Seriously sforzando ( sf or sfz ) Made loud (i.e.Unless specified, the terms are Italian or English.
Nach und nach (Ger.) Literally "more and more" with an increasing feeling.