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Region Band Terms

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QuestionAnswer
A Tempo In time generally implies a return of the original rate of speed.
Accelerando Gradually faster.
Al Fine To the finish.
Allegretto Light and moderately but not as fast as allegro.
Allegro Rapid Lively.
Andante Moderate slow but moving.
Andantino Generally a little quicker than andante.
Animato Animated, spirited.
Cantabile In a singing style.
Chromatic By semi-tones.
Coda The final added measures of musical composition.
Con Brio With spirit brilliantly.
Con Spirito With spirit brilliance.
Crescendo Gradually louder.
Da Capo From the beginning.
Dal Segno From the sign.
Decrescendo Gradually softer.
Diminuendo Gradually softer.
Dolce Sweetly.
Etude A study.
Fermata A hold or pause.
Forte Loud.
Fortissimo Very loud.
Grazioso Gracefully.
Largo Very slow.
Legato Smooth and connected.
Maestoso Majestically.
Marcato Marked with emphasis.
Marziale Martial.
Mezzo Medium half.
Moderato Moderately.
Molto Very.
Pianissimo Very softly.
Piano Softly.
Poco A Poco Little by little.
Presto Very fast.
Rallentando Gradually Slower.
Ritardando Gradually Slower.
Segno The sign.
Soli More than one performer in unison.
Solo A composition of passage for one performer.
Staccato Separated, detached style.
Tacet Silent.
Tempo Time speed.
Tenuto Sustain full value.
Created by: Joshua Brown