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al fine
An indication to the performer to repeat a composition either from the beginning (da capo), or from the dal segno, to the place marked fine (the end of the composition).
arco
with the hair of the bow
arrangement
An adaptation of a given composition into a form other than what it was originally written for. Usually indicated as: Mozart/Wykoski or arr. Wykoski
con
with
cue notes
very small notes written in a part to indicate what other players are playing. The purpose is to aid the player in keeping their place in the music.
da capo
back to the beginning of the piece; indicated by D.C.
dal segno
go back to the sign. Indicated by this symbol [S]. Players must then go to the coda when indicated.
duo
two players
ensemble
A group of musicians that perform as a unit.
harmonic
High notes that are achieved on instruments of the violin family when the performer lightly places his finger exactly in the middle of the vibrating string.
hemiola
The rhythmic feeling of duplets played against triplets. In early music, this term meant the ratio 3:2.
l'istesso
The same tempo
meno
less (meno mosso means less motion or slower).
meter
Measure of time
mosso
motion