What does Molto espress mean?

very expressive
molto espressivo: “very expressive” poco espressivo: “slightly expressive”

What does quasi mean in music?

Italian Musical Terms
Musical TermEnglishOther information and examples of usage
quasias if; resemblinge.g. quasi recitativo = like a recitative
rallentandogradually getting slower
rigorosostrict
rinforzandoreinforcing

Is espress a word?

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ESPRESS.
AcronymDefinition
ESPRESSEspressivo (music; with expression)

What does Sostenuto mean in music?

sustained to
: sustained to or beyond the note’s full value —used as a direction in music. sostenuto.

What is a Largo?

noun. lake [noun] a large area of water surrounded by land.

What is Senza in music?

Definition of senza replica

: without the (normally indicated) repeat —used as a direction in music.

What is the meaning of leggiero?

Definition of leggiero

: lightly, gracefully —used as a direction in music.

What does sforzando mean in music?

Definition of sforzando

(Entry 1 of 2) : played with prominent stress or accent —used as a direction in music.

What does grave in music mean?

Grave, a term for a slow and solemn music tempo or a solemn mood in general.

What is Vivace in music?

Definition of vivace (Entry 2 of 2) : in a brisk spirited manner —used as a direction in music.

What does Andantino mean in music?

slightly faster than andante
Definition of andantino

(Entry 1 of 2) : slightly faster than andante —used as a direction in music.

What does Allargando mean in music?

gradually slower
Definition of allargando

: becoming gradually slower and more stately —used as a direction in music.

What is Vivace in tempo?

Vivace – lively and fast (132–140 BPM) Presto – extremely fast (168–177 BPM)

What does poco a poco mean in music?

little by little
Definition of poco a poco

: little by little : gradually —used as a direction in music.

Where is Vivace in music?

The Italian musical term vivace, lit. “lively,” is an indication to play in a very quick, upbeat tempo; “lively.”

What does the name Vivace mean?

Vivace is Italian for “lively” and “vivid”. It is pronounced in the International Phonetic Alphabet. Vivace is used as an Italian musical term indicating a movement that is in a lively mood.

What are the Italian terms in music?

Tempo
Italian termLiteral translationDefinition
L’istesso tempothe same timeAt the same tempo
ModeratomoderateModerate tempo
Mossomoved, agitatedAgitated
Prestoprompt, quick; ready for actionVery fast

How do you speak in Vivace?