What word means a slow musical passage?
The word is allegros. It means a musical passage played in rapid tempo.
The Latin word portare means "passage" in English. The Latin word itself comes from the Greek word poros which means "journey; passage; way."
A likely word is "stealthy."
The musical term for soft is piano. This means soft in Italian.
"Soy" in Spanish means I am. The word "lento" is an adjective, meaning slow or slow-working. Thus, this sentence means "I am slow," or perhaps, "I am slow-working."
Adagio means slow. another word for slow is lento.
According to Wikipedia, Ossia is a musical term for an alternative passage which may be played instead of the original passage. The word ossia comes from the Italian for "alternatively".
Slow or improve
melody or harmony...maybe
The root word 'brady' means 'slow.'
Αργός... Means slow
The word retard means to slow down. The literal meaning is slow or slowed.
the word dance means move in a slow form with music!
Shruthi comes from the Unknown word which means, "." Indian word which means, "music." Sanskrit word which means, "The ancient sacred hymns of the Aryans, in the Rig-Veda, were collectively termed "shruthi". It can also refer to the musical pitch.." Sanskrit word which means, "musical pitch, queen of music, ancient Egyptian queen.." It also means goddess Saraswathi.
The pianoforte, usually abbreviated to piano. The word 'piano' means soft in Italian, and the word 'forte' means loud.
One possible word could be 'drawl'.
In musical notation the word "crescendo" refers to a passage of music during which the volume gradually increases.
Impede, hinder, interfere.
It means ford or passage as in crossing an estuary
schlagen means to punch Hit is a musical hit.
Duration means the length of a musical note.
adagio means "slowly" or "gently"
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".
The passage of voice or electronic signal is to transmit (verb) or a transmission (noun). The passage of objects is to transport (verb) or transportation (noun).
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.
lagging and depression?
Italian word means being silly, slow or dopey
inert, weary, tired
In music, many words mean slow tempo - adagio is one, lento is a little slower.
As far as I know, a dash on top of a musical note means that the note should be slightly lengthened and sustained. The musical word for this sign is 'tenuto'.
The word is tardy. It means slow in action, behind schedule, running late.
1. A thriving state, success, or prosperity. 2. Anything done in a showy or flaunting way. 3. An ornate musical passage.
to be slow in leaving;delay It means to hang around unwantedly
It means the passe is slow (But in a very ugly way - poes means vagina).
Agitato is an Italian musical term. It literally means agitated. It means to play quickly or excitedly.
The length of sound, or of a musical note, is called its duration.
the Defetition of the word Musical is...like a school play of a musical
This is usually a suffix rather than a term, but adding "issimo" to the end of a word intensifies the root word. Eg Piano means soft, pianissimo means very soft.
andante tranquillo is a tempo marking that means a peacefully medium slow tempo. Andante means "walking tempo" so not too slow or too fast and Tranquillo is like the English word tranquil which means peaceful.
The word impervious means 1) unable to be penetrated 2) preventing passage past or through
Simmer means to cook slowly on top of the stove or in a slow cooker.
the word means to walk or work in a slow way because of tiredness.
The word passage has two syllables. The syllables in the word are pas-sage.
Usually, we just say someone is "musical"
Glissando is a musical term. It means a rapid sequence of rising or falling notes.
It means to play quietly; it is short for the Italian word "piano".
I think you mean, "Riff".
Frolic is another word for play. Additional synonyms include game, performance, show and musical.