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A return to the original tempo after some deviation
A Tempo
becoming faster
Accelerando
Symbol used to raise or lower a given pitch by 1 or 2 semi tones, or to cancel a previous sign or part of key
Accidentals
Slow, leisurely
Adagio
to the end, generally used after a repetition
al fine
a tempo marking indicating quick double time
alla breve
fast tempo with spirit
allegro con spirito
sweet, lovable
amabile
once more, but a little slower
ancora meno mosso
rather slow, at a moderate walking pace
andante
a self contained composition for solo voice, usually with accomp. and found within an opera, oratorie or cantata
aria
the notes of a chord played in succession to one another, a broken chord
arpeggio
musi that lacks a tonal center;absence of key
atonal
raised or enlarged. generally refers to the raising of a pitch by one half step
augmented
a strophic, narrative song
ballad