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Grade 3 Theory

AMEB Grade 3 Theory - terms and definitions

TermDefinition
Agitato with agitation
Attacca go on at once
Animato with animation
Tranquillo calmly
Con anima with feeling
Con brio with spirit
Con grazia with grace
Con forza with force
Dolce sweetly
Risoluto with resolution
Ben marcato well marked
Una corda with the soft pedal
Tre corda release the soft pedal
Main droite right hand
Main gauche left hand
Ad libitum at pleasure, quite freely
Opus a work or group of works
Loco at normal pitch (used after an 8va sign)
Sforzando a strong accent
Calando getting softer and slower
Morendo dying away
Largamente broadly
Larghetto rather broadly
Con moto with movement
Prestissimo extremely fast
8va ('ottava') play one octave higher than written
M.M. Maelzel's metronome (metronome marking)
Duplet 2 notes played in the time of 3 notes (of equal value)
Created by: musicteacher