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2009 All State Terms

a tempo in time; gennerally implies a retutun to the orignal rate of speed
accelerando (accel.) gradually faster
al fine to the finish
allegretto light and moderately quick, but not as fast as allegro
allegro rapid; lively
andante (andte) moderately slow, but moving
andantino gennerally a litttle quicker than andante
animato spirited
cantabile in a singing style
chromatic by semi-tones
coda the final added measures of a musical composition
con brio with spirt; brilliantly
con spirito with spirt: brilliance
crescendo (cres.) (<) gradually louder
da capo (D.C.) from the beginning
dal segno (D.S.) from the sign
decrescendo (decres.) (>) gradually softer
diminuendo (dim.) (>) gradually softer
dolce sweetley
etude a study
fermata a hold or a pause
forte (f) loud
fortissimo (ff) very loud
grazioso gracefully
largo very slow
legato smooth and connected
maestoso majestically
marcto marked; with emphasis
marziale martial
mezzo medium; half (such as mezzo-forte -medium loud; mezzo piano -medium soft)
moderato moderately
molto very
pianissimo (pp) very softly
piano (p) softly
poco a poco little by little
presto very fast
rallentando (rall.) gradually slower
ritardando (rit.) gradually slower
segno the sign
soli more than one preformer in unison
solo a composition ir passage for one preformer
staccato seperated, detached style
tacet silent
tempo time; speed
tenuto (ten.) sustain full value
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