What does allegro assai vivace mean in music?
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.
They are all tempos
it mean fast and bright its no diffrent then from vivace
Lively and fast
In music, vivace would instruct a piece to be performed playfully or with lively enthusiasm.
You don't have 'a Allegro'- I'm assuming you meant 'What does the word Allegro (that you might see at the top of a piece of music) mean?' That I can tell you. Allegro is Italian for (according to ABRSM Grade 1 Music Theory) quick, literally "cheerful". I hope I helped! x
A brisk, lively tempo.
Allegro is a tempo in music that is very fast or quick.
Allegro is not a Spanish word, it's Italian and it means alegría (happiness). Allegro is used in music notation to tell the performer to go faster.
allegro means "brisk pace" or "brisk walking pace" "presto" is fast "prestissimo" is very fast
A little bright.
I foy mean the musical term for speed, it is Tempo, or for more specific speeds it is: (slowest to fastest) Largo Adagio Allegretto Moderato Allegro Vivace Presto Prestisimo
In Music: It is a tempo that is slightly slower than Allegro but faster than Andante.
Depends on the context you mean it in...In music it is the a type of tempo meaning quick, lively or, literally, "cheerful"
Cantabile meaning singing style (melodic) and Assai meaning very; Cantabile Assai when seen as a musical direction simply means very melodic
there a few words. i only know two: Allegro and Vif
Allegro is not a mathematical word.
Play at a very moderate tempo. "Assai" means "very" and "moderato" means moderate tempo.
allegro means lively and fast
Faster I have the same worksheet and I can't figure out the full answer Sorry but yea that's what it means
a moderately quick tempo.
If you mean "what music is in sonata allegro form today" then I'm sorry to let you know that a sonata is not a form it's a style. Allegro is a word used to describe how music is played, meaning 'lively' or 'fast'. A sonata is a style of music that is played on an instrument rather than sung by a person. So, to sum up, if you can think of a piece of music… Read More
'Allegro' means 'quite fast and lively'. There is no such thing as 'allegro form', and what I think you may mean is 'sonata allegro form', which is another version of the more common 'sonata form'. This is the form in which most first movements, and some last movements, of classical and romantic symphonies are written. The form is also used for such genres as string quartets, piano sonatas, and so on. It is described in… Read More
Allegro in Italian means: Fast; upbeat tempo
bella assai means very beautiful.
Maybe it's Allegro Non Troppo that you mean, which year is it?
The Allegro movement will be fast, and the the Andante movement will be slower.
lively and fast
In a lively or vivacious manner. Used chiefly as a direction.
"A little fast" (i.e., slower than the usual allegro tempo). Allegro in Italian actually means "cheerful," but in music it has been used for centuries to mean simply "fast." (This explains why, for example, Carl Nielsen could use the tempo marking allegro collerico - literally, "cheerful and short-tempered" - for the first movement of his "Four Temperaments" symphony.)
Allegro : Fast Con : With Grazia : Graciousness So, allegro con Grazia means 'Play fast gracefully' or perhaps, 'Play fast with graciousness'.
Mozart composed hundreds of movements which were marked 'Allegro'. Which particular one do you mean?
it means ; comfortably fast.
fast/lively and majestically
A direction to play lively and fast.
it means play fast energetically
When used as an adjective, allegro means of fast tempo. It can also be used as a noun, meaning a passage or movement in a brisk tempo. It can also mean a musical composition.
A line of chours girls
Natale means Christmas and allegro means happy so it means happy Christmas. But the real way to say happy Christmas is Buon Natale in Italian.
it means fast/lively, majestically and broadly
I would go with "Fast, and with Vigor". A very spirited uptempo.
Very cheerfully and always with staccato
Exsultate means exult. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart composed a religious solo motet entitled Exsultate, jubilate in 1773. It is divided into three parts, Allegro, Andante, and Allegro.
It is a musical instruction in Italian, indicating that a piece or passage should be played in a lively way - but not too much.
Lively, quick ... faster than allegretto but slower than presto. A brisk and lively tempo.
Lively, quick ... faster than allegretto but slower than presto.A brisk and lively tempo.
What does D.C. mean in music
Sonata is a form. So if a piece is in Sonata form, or Sonata-Allegro form, it has a certain layout. Usually it's in 3 movements, the first being a fast attention-getter; the second is usually slow and lyrical; the third is usually at a faster tempo than the first movement.