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andante definition

  • adverb:
    • In a moderately slow tempo, often regarded as being slowly than allegretto but quicker than adagio. Utilized chiefly as a direction.
    • Played at a moderately slow tempo.
    • at a moderately slow tempo
    • In a moderately slow tempo, frequently regarded as reduced than allegretto but faster than adagio. Utilized chiefly as a direction.
    • Played at a moderately slow tempo.
    • at a moderately sluggish tempo
  • noun:
    • An andante passageway or action.
    • A tempo level directing that a passage is to be played in a moderately slow tempo; quicker than adagio but reduced than allegretto.
    • A passage having this mark.
    • A movement or piece composed in andante time: as, the andante in Beethoven's 5th symphony.
    • a musical structure or musical passageway becoming carried out reasonably sluggish
    • a moderately sluggish tempo (a walking rate)
    • An andante passage or activity.
    • A tempo mark directing that a passage is usually to be played in a moderately sluggish tempo; quicker than adagio but reduced than allegretto.
    • A passage having this mark.
    • A movement or piece composed in andante time: because, the andante in Beethoven's fifth symphony.
    • a musical structure or music passage becoming performed averagely sluggish
    • a moderately sluggish tempo (a walking rate)
  • adjective:
    • explaining a passage having this mark.
    • going averagely sluggish, but distinct and flowing; faster than larghetto, and reduced than allegretto.
    • (of tempo) mildly slow
    • Describing a passage having this level.
    • Moving averagely slow, but distinct and flowing; faster than larghetto, and slow than allegretto.
    • (of tempo) moderately sluggish
  • others:
    • In songs, going with a moderate, also, graceful development.
    • Unique kinds of movement or style are suggested with the addition of other terms, as: andante con moto, in flowing style, with quickness; andante ma non troppo, in flowing style, although not also sluggish; andante cantabile, using motion of a song; andante maestoso, with a stately activity; andante pastorale, when you look at the easy style of a pastoral melody.
    • In music, moving with a moderate, even, graceful progression.
    • Unique types of action or style are indicated with the addition of other terms, as: andante con moto, in streaming design, with quickness; andante ma non troppo, in streaming design, however too slow; andante cantabile, because of the activity of a song; andante maestoso, with a stately activity; andante pastorale, in simple model of a pastoral melody.
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