What does the musical term assai mean?
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 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"
Cantabile meaning singing style (melodic) and Assai meaning very; Cantabile Assai when seen as a musical direction simply means very melodic
The musical terms are defined as follows: 'allegro' -> fast 'assai' -> very 'vivace' -> lively
it is a musical direction that means Very Melodic
Play at a very moderate tempo. "Assai" means "very" and "moderato" means moderate tempo.
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
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".
The Italian musical term più means "more," and is used with other musical commands to increase their effects; più agitato, "more agitated."
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.
a bit of a song
AS fast as possible
If you mean the musical term, it is symphony.
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.
bella assai means very beautiful.
Pesante is Italian for heavy.
In the Spanish style
It's Italian for quick.
Usually a musical term, it means to remain in a position for an indicated passage.
were is lake assai
it means it builds up in layers
It means: Play on the fingerboard.
allegro means lively and fast
It means right hand
It means to gradually increase the tempo.
with a very singing tone
The Italian musical term morendo indicates a decrease in volume or tempo, but often affects both; to make the sound slowly die away.
MIDI is an interface and protocol to connect musical instruments; it stands for musical instrument digital interface.
Yes, it is a noun. It can mean getting along, or a musical term.
4 beats of music
In Music 'Adagio' means 'Slow'
Semibreve is the British term for "whole note."
Very expressive... much expression...
It just means "melody". http://popularmusichistory.com/
"Cantabile" is a musical term that means "As if sung." More importantly, it does not mean sung in a punchy fashion, but more of a flowing opera song, which was the rock music of the time that this term was made. The musical term "Cantabile" is commonly mistaken for the spelling, "Contabile" which, in Italian means "Accountant."
Scale is the correct musical term.
The musical term largamente is used to mean "broadly", but in everyday Italian speech, it means "abundantly".
Cantabile - singing style Assai - very
Do you mean for six people playing and/or singing together? That is a sextet.
improvising is making up a piece of music on the spot
Mezzo Forte is a musical term that means medium loud.
marc is a musical term short for marcato and it means emphatic or accented
"Very softly", or even "as soft as possible".
Ritardando is a musical term meaning to gradually slow down in tempo.
Mobile means moving, like the opposite of static
a gig is like a show/concert where they play music
Lento is the musical term for slow musical passages
Simile means to play the phrase again like you did previously.
If you mean to play again you might want repeat.