Definition of Allegro. Meaning of Allegro. Synonyms of Allegro

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Definition of Allegro

Allegro
Allegro Al*le"gro, a. [It., merry, gay, fr. L. alacer lively. Cf. Aleger.] (Mus.) Brisk, lively. -- n. An allegro movement; a quick, sprightly strain or piece.

Meaning of Allegro from wikipedia

- allegro in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Allegro may refer to: Allegro (music), a tempo marking indicate to play fast, quickly and bright Allegro (ballet)...
- earlier usage Allegro moderatoclose to, but not quite allegro (116–120 bpm) Allegro – fast and bright (120–156 bpm) Molto Allegro or Allegro vivace – at...
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- Praeludium and Allegro (in the style of Pugnani) is a piece for violin and piano written by Fritz Kreisler. The piece was first published in 1905, among...
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- Allegro is a software library for video game development. The functionality of the library includes support for basic 2D graphics, image mani****tion...
- Allegro is a serif typeface intended for display use. It was designed by Hans Bohn for the Ludwig & Mayer type foundry of Frankfurt, and released in 1936...