Andante is a tempo marking meaning a moderate tempo in music. I believe Andante means walking. Cantabile is a direction to play the piece of music in a singing manner. Therefore, Andante Cantabile means to play a piece of music at a moderate tempo with a singing effect.
Andante Cantabile - 2004 was released on: USA: 20 March 2004 (Cleveland International Film Festival) USA: June 2004 (San Francisco Short Film Festival)
About 60-80 beats per minute. Andante means moderately, and cantabile means more song like. So why such a wide range? Because it's a more expressive term, and should be used at liberty with the piece. Slower, more expressively, or higher tempo with more intensity. Hope that helped.
The first movement's tempo was Allegro Vivace, the second was Andante Cantabile, the third was Menuetto: Allegretto, and the last was Finale: Molto Allegro.
Alcuna licenza is "Some freedom" So therefore, "Andante cantabile, con alcuna licenza" would be "At a lyrical walking pace, with some freedom" (in regards to tempo, of course).
The cast of Andante Cantabile - 2004 includes: Val Broeksmit as TV Cameraman Songbin Chen as Michael Chu Diane Chung as Mrs. Pan Ryan Kurt Whiting as Officer Matthews Yueh Liu as Jing Xu Sauhao Mei as Hongyi Pan Elaine Ning as Jing Xu - Young Matte Shriner as Detective Dryer John Vasicek as News Photographer Ryan Whiting as Officer Matthews
Cantabile - singing styleAssai - very
Cantabile - book - was created in 2000.
Moderato Cantabile was created in 1958.
Cantabile - in a smooth, singing style
The anime series "Nodame Cantabile" has 24 episodes . (Nodame Cantabile: Paris has 11 eps and Nodame Cantabile: Finale has 12 eps .)