Conducting I Terms

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Conducting I Terms
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Vocabulary for the second test in the Conducting class at TAMU-Commerce with Prof. Clements
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  1. accelerando
    gradually increasing in tempo
  2. adagio
    slowly, usually conducted in divided meter
  3. allargando
    becoming broader, slowing
  4. allegretto
    moderately fast
  5. allegro
    lively, brisk, rapid
  6. andante
    moderately slow, walking pace
  7. andantino
    a little slower than andante, but is often used as meaning a little faster
  8. con brio
    with fire and dash
  9. con moto
    with motion
  10. doppio valore
    twice as slow
  11. grave
    heavy, slow, serious
  12. langsam
    slow
  13. larghetto
    a little faster than largo
  14. largo
    very slow, broad, stately
  15. maestoso
    majestic, dignified
  16. moderato
    moderate tempo
  17. mosso
    movement
  18. prestissimo
    very rapidly
  19. presto
    fast, rapidly
  20. rallentando
    growing slower
  21. recicative
    vocal declamations, free in tempo and rhythm
  22. retenu
    held back
  23. ritardando
    gradually slowing
  24. ritenuto
    suddenly slowing rate of speed, held back
  25. rubato
    phrasing give and take, shading of tempo
  26. stringendo
    accelerating movement, intensifying of tempo
  27. tempo primo
    original tempo
  28. takt
    beat, regular measurement of time
  29. vivace
    quickly, lively, very fast
  30. vivo
    lively, brisk, spirited
  31. assai
    very
  32. meno
    less
  33. mezzo
    half
  34. molto
    very, much
  35. non troppo
    not too much
  36. piu
    more
  37. pochissimo
    very little
  38. poco
    little
  39. quasi
    as if it were, nearly
  40. sempre
    always
  41. subito
    suddenly, immediate
  42. tres
    very
  43. troppo
    too much

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