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A Cappella - Brillante
Callando - Dur
E - Incalzando
Lacrymosa - Non troppo
Obbligato - Ruhig
Scherzo - Sul ponticello
Tacet - Zu

Musical Terms


 

E

E, EdAnd
Em wenig (Ger.)A little
En dehors (Fr.)Prominently, i.e. emphasized
En pressant (Fr.)Hurrying
En retenant (Fr.) Gradually slower
EnergicoWith energy
EspressioneExpression
Espressivo
Espr.
Espress.
With expression
Etwas (Ger.)Somewhat
 

F

FacileEasy
Feurig (Ger.) Fiery
FinaleThe last movement of such a work as a Sonata
FineThe end
Forte
f
Loud
Forte piano
fp
Loud, then soft
Fortissimo
ff or fff
Very loud
ForzaForce
Forzando
fz
Forcing, a sudden accent
FugaA fugue
FuocoFire
FuriosoFuriously
 

G

Gauche (Fr.)Left
GiocosoGay, merry
Giusto
Tempo giusto
Strict, exact
In strict time
GlissandoThe rapid playing of a scale passage by drawing thumb or finger across the keys. A similar effect is possible across the strings of a harp, or by a portamento effect on a string of a violin or similar instrument or by manipulating the slide of a trombone
G.P.
General Pause
Grand Pause
Indicates to an orchestral player that he is to remain silent and that all the other players are silent as well.
GrandiosoGrandly, in the grand manner
GraveVery slow, solemn
GraziaGrace
GraziosoGracefully
 

H

H (Ger.)The note B natural.
 

I

Immer (Ger.) Always, constantly
ImpetuosoImpetuously
In alt.....
In altissimoNotes an octave higher than in alt
IncalzandoIncreasing speed, with often an implication of increasing tone
 
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