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TermDefinition
Grandioso- grand or noble style
Grave- very slow or solemn
Grazioso- gracefully
L’istesso- the same
Larghetto- slow, but not as slow as largo
Largo- very slow
Legato- smooth and connected
Lento- very slow
Maestoso- majestically
Marcato- marked; with emphasis
Marziale- martial
Meno- less
Mezzo- medium
Moderato- moderately
Molto- very
Mosso- motion; movement
Non troppo- not too much
Pianissimo- very soft
Piano- softly
Poco- a little
Poco a poco- little by little
Prestissimo- very fast; more so than presto
Presto- very fast
Rallentando- gradually slower
Ritardando- gradually slower
Ritenuto- a steady pace, but slower than the preceding tempo
Rubato- temporary irregularity of time, lengthening some notes at the expense of others
Segno- the sign
Sempre- always; continually
Sforzando- forced; with emphasis
Simile- the same
Soli- more than one performer in unison
Solo- a composition or passage for one performer
Sostenuto- sustained
Staccato- separated, detached style
Subito- suddenly
Tacet- silent
Tempo- time; speed
Tenuto- sustain full value
Vivace- vivacious; lively
Created by: zach12.