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(Italian: becoming faster) is a term in general use to show that the music should be played at an increasing speed.
To become faste
(Italian: growing, becoming louder) is frequently used as a dynamic instruction to performers.
The dynamics build
has been described as a texture rather than a form. It is, in essence, a contrapuntal composition. The normal opens with a subject or theme in one voice or part. A second voice answers, with the same subject transposed and sometimes slightly altered while the first voice continues with an accompaniment that may have the character of a countersubject that will be used again as the piece progresses. Other voices enter one by one, each of them with the subject, the third in the form of the first entry, the fourth in the form of the answer in the second voice.
a flourish of trumpets or other similar instruments, used for military or ceremonial purposes, or music that conveys this impression.
Brass instruments for formal occations
derived from the late Latin verb 'ballare', to dance, came to be used primarily to describe a folk-song of narrative character or a song or poem written in imitation of such a folk-song.
Slow emotional songs