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Diminuendo (dim.)
gradually get softer
Crescendo (cres.)
gradually get louder
a tempo
return to the 1st tempo
divisi (div.)
divide parts
unison. (Unis.)
play same part
Moderato
a moderate tempo
Con Spirito
with spirit
Andante moderate
graceful tempo, walking
Allegro
cheerful, quick, lively tempo
Simile
continue in same style
Allegro Moderato
Cheerfful moderate tempo
D.S. al coda
return to Sign
to coda
go to ending
coda
the end section of composition
Accent (>)
hard emphasis on note
Tempo
the speed of a composition
1st tempo
Tempo Primo
Tempo I
A Tempo return to
poco
little
rit.
gradually slower
molto rit.
Very slow
Allargando
Slower and Broader
Allegretto
lively, slower than
Allegro
Allegro Quick or Fast
Coda
the End section of a compositon
D.S. al Coda detached
Mezzo (m) Medium
Piano (p) Soft
Forte (f) Loud
Mezzo Piano (mp) Medium Soft
Mezzo Forte (mf) Medium Loud
Pianissimo (pp) Very soft
Fortissimo (ff) Very loud
Accent > hard emphasis on note
Fermata Hold, until conductor moves
Trill (tr, ) alternating between 2 notes
Flat (b) lowers a note 1/2 step
Sharp ( #) raises a note 1/2 step
Go back and play from the sign
Legato
Notes play smoothly
Lento
Slow
Maestoso
Majestic
Sempre Staccato (.)
Always short,
Mezzo (m)
Medium
Piano (p)
Soft
Forte (f)
Loud
Mezzo Piano (mp)
Medium Soft
Mezzo Forte (mf)
Medium Loud
Pianissimo (pp)
Very soft
Fortissimo (ff)
Very loud
Accent (>)
hard emphasis on note
Fermata
Hold, until conductor moves
Trill (tr )
alternating between 2 notes
Flat (b)
lowers a note 1/2 step
Sharp (#)
raises a note 1/2 step