How fast is Allegro assai?
Allegro assai is a bit faster than Allegro. Allegro means "Fast".
The musical terms are defined as follows: 'allegro' -> fast 'assai' -> very 'vivace' -> lively
it's the speed between allegro and vivace, about quarter=144-160. assai itself means very, as in allegro assai, adagio assai, pianissimo assai, etc.
Yes. 'Allegro vivace' is interpreted as a single indication, not two separate ones. Therefore 'assai' modifies 'allegro vivace', not 'vivace'.
the answer is "assai" it's the speed between allegro and vivace, about quarter=144-160. assai itself means very, as in allegro assai, adagio assai, pianissimo assai, etc. Malto is the musical term meaning "very"
The single word for fast in music is ALLEGRO, but speed has many levels: Allegretto - in a moderately quick tempo Allegrissimo - exuberant Allegramente - very much allegro (fast) Allegro assai - active, spiritive, alive, vivid, brisk, etc. Allegro con fuoco - ardent, fervent
Molto allegro (fast movement), 2/2 Andante (Slow movement), 6/8 Menuetto. Allegretto - Trio (minuet), 3/4 Finale. Allegro assai (fast movement finale), 2/2
By movement:1. Adagio -- Vivace assai 2. Andante 3. Menuetto and Trio: Allegro molto 4. Finale: Allegro molto
Allegro assai is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "quite fast tempo." It may be measured at 139+ beats per minute. The pronunciation will be "al-LEY-gro as-SEYE" in Italian.
Allegro : Fast Con : With Grazia : Graciousness So, allegro con Grazia means 'Play fast gracefully' or perhaps, 'Play fast with graciousness'.
allegro means "brisk pace" or "brisk walking pace" "presto" is fast "prestissimo" is very fast
allegro means lively and fast
Allegro is a tempo which is fast and bright, traditionally 120-168 bpm.
Allegro can be anywhere between 120 and 168 bpm.
Allegro means an up beat or fast tempo speed of a song
Allegro in Italian means: Fast; upbeat tempo
allegro is fast, presto is very fast.
Allegro — fast and bright or "march tempo" (120–168 bpm) -Wikipedia
Allegro means cheerful Italian, but musically it means speedy.
The difference between Allegro and Andante is that Allegro, meaning lively, and quick. But not like fast, also pressing the keys harder. Andante means, walking pace, but not too slow and not too fast.
The Allegro movement will be fast, and the the Andante movement will be slower.
Moderately fast, but less so than Allegro.
There are many songs with an allegro tempo. Allegro tempos are light, upbeat, and fast. One example of an allegro song would be Lazy Day, by Bruno Mars.
It is french. And it means fast
lively and fast
Yes and it means fast
'presto' means fast, or 'allegro' means lively and fast
Allegro, presto or vivace.
It means fast.
it means ; comfortably fast.
fast/lively and majestically
Allegro Means Fast and adagio means slow
Andante is medium-slow, allegro is fast, presto is very fast, and pesto is a sauce made from basil, garlic, pine nuts, and Parmesan cheese.
Usually allegro or allegretto can describe a "very fast" tempo.
It means decively fast. Allegro is of course around 120, and play whatever piece with decisively with spirit and decisive power.
A direction to play lively and fast.
it means play fast energetically
it mean fast and bright its no diffrent then from vivace
allegro (fast tempo)
Allegro. Adage means slow.
Play fast with brilliance.
Yes. Grave - Very Slow Largo, Lento - Slow Larghetto - A little faster than Largo Adagio - Moderately Slow Andante - "Walking" Tempo Andantino - A little faster than Andante Allegretto - A little slower than Allegro Allegro - Fast Vivace - Lively Presto - Very Fast Prestissimo - Very Very Fast Moderato - Moderate(ly) Fast Molto - Very
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In music terms allegro moderato means moderately fast. This means the temp of the music should speed up. The term Moderato stands for moderate.
Allegro us usually a rather quick tempo, about quarter note = 120-168 beats per minute (in most cases) on a metronome.
There are many types of tempo that can be faster than allegro. Here are some of them: Prestissimo - extremely fast (more than 200bpm) Vivacissimamente - adverb of vivacissimo, "very quickly and lively" Vivacissimo - very fast and lively Presto - very fast (168-200 bpm) Allegrissimo - very fast Vivo - lively and fast Vivace - lively and fast (about 140 bpm) Allegro is fast and bright or "march tempo" and comes in at about… Read More
Allegro. vivace is lively and presto is very fast. faster than that would be prestissimo.
Allegro ma non troppo in Italian means "Fast but not too much (so)" in English.