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

Musical Terms


 

T

Tacet (Lat.)It is silent
TantoSo much
Tasto SoloA term used in connection with figured bass to indicate that the bass part is to be played alone, without harmony
TempoThe speed
Tempo comodoAt a convenient speed
Tempo giustoIn strict time
Tempo primo
Tempo I
Resume the original speed
Tempo rubatoSee Rubato
TenerezzaTenderness
Teneramente Tenderly
Tenuto
Ten
Held
TostoSwift, rapid
TranquilloCalm, tranquil
Traurig (Ger.)Sadly
TreThree
Tre corde(lit, three strings.) Release the left (soft) pedal of the piano-forte
Tremolando
Tremolo
Trem.
The rapid repition of a note or rapid alternation of two notes
Trionfale
Trionfante
Triumphant
TroppoToo much
Tutta forzaThe whole power, as loud as possible
TuttiAll
 

U

Un, una, unoOne
Un peu (Fr.)
Un poco
A little
Una corda(lit, one string.) in pianoforte music it indicates that the left (soft) pedal should be used
UnisUsed in orchestral music, to show that the strings play in unison again after having been divided (divisi)
 

V

VeloceSwift, quick
VibratoVibrating
Vif (Fr.)Lively, quick
VigorosoBoldly, vigorously
Vite (Fr.)
Vivace
Vivement (Fr.)
Vivo
Quick, fast, lively
VivacissimoVery lively, with extreme vivacity
VoceVoice
VolanteFlying
Voll (Ger.)Full
Volti subito
V.S.
Turn the page quickly
 

W

Wenig (Ger.)Little
 

Z

Zart (Ger.)Delicate
Zu (Ger.)Too
 
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