Definition of Adagio. Meaning of Adagio. Synonyms of Adagio

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Definition of Adagio

Adagio
Adagio A*da"gio, a. & adv. [It. adagio; ad (L. ad) at + agio convenience, leisure, ease. See Agio.] (Mus.) Slow; slowly, leisurely, and gracefully. When repeated, adagio, adagio, it directs the movement to be very slow.
Adagio
Adagio A*da"gio, n. A piece of music in adagio time; a slow movement; as, an adagio of Haydn.

Meaning of Adagio from wikipedia

- adagio (from italian adagio 'slowly', coming from the expression ad agio, 'at ease') may refer to: music : adagio, a tempo marking indicating
- thus a modern largo is slower than an adagio, but in the baroque period it was faster. beats per minute. file:music-metronome. svg , bpm of 120
- the adagio in g minor for violin , strings and organ continuo , is a neo-baroque composition po****rly attributed to the 18th-century
- adagio is a french progressive metal band formed in 2000 by guitarist stephan forté history: date october 2013 adagio has evolved from their
- adagio for strings is a work by samuel barber , arguably his most well known, arranged for string orchestra from the second movement of
- adagio is the performance of partner acrobalance poses and ****ociated movements that involve stationary balances by a pair of performers.
- adagio is the fourth album of sweetbox and the third album with jade villalon as frontwoman. it was released in 2004, in two different
- a : adagietto: rather slow (but faster than adagio) adagio: at ease; i.e., play slowly. adagissimo: very, very slow. ad libitum (commonly ad lib
- adagio is the fifth album by solitude aeturnus . track listing ': 'my endtime' – 0:48' 'days of prayer' – 6:10' 'believe' – 5:52' 'never' – 2:53'
- adagio adagio (italian, or french adage, meaning 'at ease') refers to slow, enfolding movements, performed with great fluidity and grace.