What does allegro mean in musical term?
allegro means lively and fast
Allegro means 'at a brisk tempo'.
Allegro, presto or vivace.
It means fast.
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.
The musical term "allegro" means quick, or lively. A piece marked "allegro" is to be played faster than "allegretto" but slower than "presto".
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"
I'm not enirely sure, but I think it's 'allegro'.
cheerful or brisk; but commonly interpreted as lively, fast
Allegro in Italian means: Fast; upbeat tempo
The musical terms are defined as follows: 'allegro' -> fast 'assai' -> very 'vivace' -> lively
The musical term for flowing moving along but not too slow is called an Andante. On the other hand, Allegro is quick, lively and 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
There are a few musical terms that start with the letter "a": accent, accelerando, accidental, adagio, allargando, allegretto, allegro, andante, andantino, atonal
Which musical term tells a musician that a piece of music should be played in a cheerful and lively manner?
adagio allegro allargando
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.
The question is meaningless. Symphonies open with several different musical forms. Actually its allegro
You may be thinking of the Broadway musical "Allegro" by Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein (1947).
The musical Allegro premiered on Broadway on October 10th, 1947. It was written by Rogers and Hammerstein, and it was their third collaboration for the stage.
Allegro is not a mathematical word.
accordian allegro austrian composer?!
Allegro Adagio Andante Arpeggio
Quickly with gusto.
Allegro (1947) was the third musical comedy that Rodgers and Hammerstein produced on Broadway. It was not as successful as Oklahoma, Carousel, or the one that followed it, South Pacific.
The musical term "largo" means that it is to be played in a very slow tempo.
Quasi is an Italian musical term meaning: As if, resembling
allegro is fast, presto is very fast.
Molto is an Italian word meaning "very". On a musical score, it might be put before another musical term like subito, making molto subito, which would mean "very slow".
"poco" ... usually not used alone, rather in combination with another term. Some examples: * poco allegro - somewhat quick * poco forte --- somewhat loud * poco lento --- somewhat slower * poco piu ------ somewhat more
When the term "grazioso" appears in musical notation, it means that the music should be played gracefully. As with most musical terms, grazioso is an Italian word.
The Italian musical term più means "more," and is used with other musical commands to increase their effects; più agitato, "more agitated."
The cast of Allegro moderato - 2008 includes: Barbora Bobulova as Narrator Stefano Bollani as Musical guest
It is an indication of tempo and the feel of how a section of a musical piece should be played and it is normally written over the first line of the score. Allegro means fast and grazioso means graceful. Many pieces have this direction, so it is not possible to ell which piece you mean from this information alone.
a bit of a song
AS fast as possible
If you mean the musical term, it is symphony.
Simply put, this means "not too fast".
Andante is a musical term referring to the speed at which a piece of music should be played. It means 'slowly', or at a walking pace.
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
In the Spanish style
It's Italian for quick.
Pesante is Italian for heavy.
In musical terms, there are at least 2 tempos for "quick." 1/4 note = 120 is usually where it starts. So that is "Allegro." Allegro ranges from 1/4 note = 120-168 "Presto" is faster than allegro. Presto is 169-200.
Classical music is generally considered to be based on the French language. Most musical terminology is written in french. For example, "Allegro" means "fast" in French, and classical pieces that are meant to be played fast will have "Allegro" written at the top of the score. This is true for virtually all musical terminology
Usually a musical term, it means to remain in a position for an indicated passage.
it means it builds up in layers
It means: Play on the fingerboard.
It means right hand