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Accelerando
   means   
Accelerating
Adagietto
   means   
Fairly Slowly
Adagio Cantabile E Sostenuto
   means   
Very Slow and in a Sustained Singing Style
Adagio
   means   
Slowly
Affrettando
   means   
To Increase Speed Gradually
Agitato
   means   
With Agitation
Excitedly
Al Fine
   means   
To the End
Allargando
   means   
Broadening
Allegretto Con Grazia
   means   
A Moving Tempo
With a graceful flowing style
Allegretto
   means   
Fairly Lively
Allegro Con Molto Spirito
   means   
Fast With Much Spirit
Allegro
   means   
Lively
Andante
   means   
At a Walking Pace
Andante Maestoso
   means   
Rather Slow & Moving Tempo
Majestic feeling
Animato
   means   
Spirited
Appassionato
   means   
With Intensity
And depth of feeling
Arpeggio
   means   
A Broken Chord
Attacca
   means   
Begin the Next Movement Immediately
Brillante
   means   
Bright
Brio
   means   
Vigor
Spirit
Cadence
   means   
The Ending of a Phrase
Cantabile
   means   
In a Singing Style
Capo
   means   
Beginning
A Cappella
   means   
Unaccompanied
Coda
   means   
Final Part of a Movement
Con Amor
   means   
With Love
Con Brio
   means   
With Spirit
Con Effetto
   means   
With Effect
Con Fuoco
   means   
With Fire, in a Fiery Manner
Con Moto
   means   
With Motion
Con Slancio
   means   
With Enthusiasm
Con Sordino
   means   
With the Mute
Crescendo
   means   
Progressively Louder
Da Capo
   means   
From the Beginning
Diminuendo (dim.)
   means   
With Gradually Decreasing Volume
Dolce
   means   
Sweetly
Dolente
   means   
Sorrowfully
Energico
   means   
With Expression
Eroico
   means   
Heroically
Espirando
   means   
Gasping, Dying Away
Espressivo
   means   
Expressively
Fine
   means   
The End
Forte
   means   
Loudly
Fortissimo
   means   
Very Loudly
Fuoco
   means   
With Fire
Or much energy
Gaudioso
   means   
With Joy
Glissando
   means   
Sliding
Grandioso
   means   
In a Noble, Elevated Style
Grave
   means   
Very Slow and Solemn
Larghetto
   means   
Fairly Slowly
Largo Ma Non Troppo
   means   
Slow, but Not Too Slow
Largo
   means   
Very Slowly
Legato
   means   
Smoothly
Lento
   means   
Slowly
Maestoso
   means   
With Majesty and Grandeur
Marcato
   means   
In a Marked and Emphatic Style
Martellato
   means   
Hammered out
Meno
   means   
Less
Mezzo Forte
   means   
Moderately Loud
Mezzo
   means   
Half
Mezzo Piano
   means   
Moderately Softly
Moderato
   means   
Moderately
Molto
   means   
Very
Mosso
   means   
Fast
Moto
   means   
Motion
Non Troppo
   means   
Not Too Much
Obbligato
   means   
Not to Be Omitted
Passionato
   means   
Passionately
Pesante
   means   
Heavily
Every note with marked emphasis
Pianissimo
   means   
Very Softly
Piano
   means   
Softly
Piu
   means   
More
Pizzicato
   means   
Plucked
Poco Piu Mosso
   means   
A Little Quicker
Poco a Poco
   means   
Little by Little
Portamento
   means   
Carrying One Note Into the Next
Prestissimo
   means   
As Fast As Possible
Presto Con Leggerezza
   means   
Fast, With Lightness
Presto
   means   
Very Quickly
Quasi
   means   
In the Manner of
Rallentando (rall.)
   means   
Progressively Slower
Rapido
   means   
Fast
Ritardando
   means   
Progressively Slower
Ritard. or rit.
Ritenuto
   means   
To Hold Back
Rubato
   means   
Free from Strict Tempo
Literally means "Robbed', a lingering on some notes and hurrying of others
Scherzando
   means   
Playfully
Scherzo
   means   
A Jest
A composition of light and playful character
Secco
   means   
Dry
Plain, without ornamentation
Sempre
   means   
Always
Senza
   means   
Without
Sforzando
   means   
A Sudden Strong Accent
Sostenuto
   means   
Sustained
Sotto Voce
   means   
In an Undertone
Spiritoso
   means   
Spirited
Staccato
   means   
Detached
Stretto
   means   
A Faster Tempo at the Climactic Concluding Section of a Piece
Generally in Italian opera."The term is sometimes used, interchangeably with ‘stretta’, to indicate a faster tempo at the climactic concluding section of a piece; such sections are often headed ‘stretto’ or ‘stretta’.
Stringendo
   means   
To Increase Intensity
By increasing tempo
Subito
   means   
Suddenly
Tacet
   means   
Be Silent
A Tempo
   means   
In the Original Tempo
Tempo
   means   
Time
"Tempo" means Time, while "a tempo" means "keeping time".
Tenuto
   means   
Held
Tutti
   means   
All Together
Vif
   means   
Lively
Vivace
   means   
Lively
Vivacissimo
   means   
Very Lively
Vivement
   means   
Lively
Vivo
   means   
Lively
Volante
   means   
Flying


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