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for two (duet)
2 parts are in unison
opposite of divisi
a2, A Due
gradually getting faster
accelerando (accel.)
slow tempo
adagio
growing broader, louder, and slower
allargando
rather fast tempo
allegretto
fast tempo
allegro
moderate, medium (walking)
andante
melodious and graceful, full of expression
cantabile
with
con
gradually getting louder
crescendo (crec.)
gradually getting softer
diminuendo (dim.)
divide parts
divisi (div.)
sweetly
dolce
majestic, grand, noble
grandioso
smoothly
legato
light, swift, delicate
leggiero
majestically
maestoso
stressted, emphasized, accented
marcato
less
meno
moderate tempo, restrained
moderato
very, much
molto
not
non
not too much
non troppo
more motion
piu mosso
little
poco
little by little
poco a poco
very quickly
presto
somewhat, in the style of
quasi
gradually slowing down
rallentando (rall.)
gradually delay the tempo
ritardando (rit.)
without
senza
particular emphasis, heavy, emphasized, accented
sf, sfz, sforzando
together as an emsemble
soli
single performer
solo
suddenly
subito
return to previous tempo
a tempo
original tempo
Tempo I
sustained manner, full value
tenuto (ten.)
together (opp. of solo)
tutti
same pitched played at the same time
unison (unis.)
lively, brisk
vivace
lively, animated
vivo