What musical term means slow musical passages?
Lento is the musical term for slow musical passages
The musical term that means to slow tempo is ritardando. If you'd like to slow the tempo very quickly you'd call it a molto ritardando.
The musical term "largo" means that it is to be played in a very slow tempo.
The musical term for fast or slow is tempo.
In Music 'Adagio' means 'Slow'
Adagio means "at ease" or play slowly.
A ritardando (rit.) is a musical term which means to slow down the tempo.
presto or prestissimo
Andante- a steady walking pace, to be precise. Adagietto means a little faster than adagio. Larghetto is slow, but not as slow as Largo. note: mezzo piano means moderately soft
Slow, not too fast!
Lento means slow. Lento would be at 40-60 beats per minute (bpm) on a metronome.
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.
It is a musical term (in Italian) that means to slow down gradually an is often used at the end of a phrase or piece. It is usually abreviated Rit.
Largo means very slow.
The musical term crescendo means to get louder. The symbol that goes with the term is usually an elongated lesser than sign.
Tempo is the speed of the rhythm of a song. Tempo means the fastness or slowness of the music. it means the speed fast or slow ... the speed of the beat
It means fast.
Prestissimo is the fastest musical tempo, followed in decending tempo by presto (very fast), vivace (lively), allegro (fast), moderato (moderate), adante (walking pace), adagio (slow), largo (very slow), and grave (very, very slow). The term "accelerando" means to get faster, and "ritardando" means to get slower, while "a tempo" means to return to the original pace.
There are may ways to say slow like Lento Adagio Andante (moderately slow) There are many other ways to say slow but these are the basics Musical terms indicating a slow tempo include "Adagio", "Largo" and "Lento."
Lento or Ritardando
molto adagio, or just lento. if you want to stress the VERY, molto adagio would probably suit it best.
Ritardando is a musical term meaning to gradually slow down in tempo.
Coda means tail.
The musical term for soft is piano. This means soft in Italian.
No. the term means without musical instruments
Bradyphrenia means slow thinking.
slowly and gracefully
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 term crescendo means getting progressively louder.
Hypopnea is the term for a combination of both slow and shallow breathing. Bradypnea means abnormally slow breathing. Hypopnea. shallow or slow resperation. (high-poh-NEE-ah) hypo- means decreased , and -pnea means breathing
There are many terms for slow, but Lento is generally the slowest.
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."
legato means smoothly
"Largo" is a slow, plodding, heavy tempo - like the marching of elephants.
Bradycardia is the medical term meaning abnormally slow heart rate
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.
piano often indicated by p
p, which stands for piano
It means: Play on the fingerboard.
allegro means lively and fast
it means it builds up in layers
It means right hand
It means to gradually increase the tempo.
Minuet: Slow and stately dance music written in triple time. Largo ... slower than Adagio and with great dignity. A Minuet is
Usually a musical term, it means to remain in a position for an indicated passage.
Fortissimo means to play loudly.
Allegro. Adage means slow.
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Sonata is a musical composition for one or more instruments.
Allegro means 'at a brisk tempo'.