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- Allegro may refer to: Allegro (music), a tempo marking indicate to play fast, quickly and bright Allegro (ballet), brisk and lively movement Allegro (Satie)...
- fast (156–176 bpm) Vivacissimo – very fast and lively (172–176 bpm) Allegrissimo or Allegro vivace – very fast (172–176 bpm) Presto – very, very fast...
- here 96 465 210 79 D major Allegrissimo Listen here 97 – 5 – G minor Allegro Listen here 98 325 219 – E minor Allegrissimo Listen here 99 317 135 – C...
- vivace A moderately quick tempo allegrezza Cheerfulness, joyfulness allegrissimo Very fast, though slower than presto allegro Cheerful or brisk; but commonly...
- long and is in four movements: Andante ****ai Allegro brusco Andante Allegrissimo - Andante ****ai, come prima Prokofiev had described the slithering violin...
- (F-sharp minor) Aria: Senza p****ione, ma espressivo (A major) Scherzo: Allegrissimo (F-sharp minor) - Intermezzo: Lento. Alla burla, ma pomposo (D major)...
- "drawled" or "held" and polysyllabic utterances may be spoken at "allegro", "allegrissimo", "lento" and "lentissimo". Complex variation includes "accelerando"...
- major Allegro molto No. 4 F minor Allegro ma non troppo No. 5 C major Allegrissimo No. 6 A♭ major Allegro ****ai No. 7 C major Puittosto allegro No. 8 C...
- fragment preserved) Canto Amoroso Viena Bruis****t d’ailes Scherzando Allegrissimo de Scarlatti Allegro de Scarlatti Andante cantabile de Mendelssohn Estudio...
- for recorder, strings and continuo. Vivace. Adagio. Allegro. Adagio. Allegrissimo. in C major, for recorder, strings and continuo. Spirituoso. Lento. Allegro...
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