- for, at, in, etc.
- choral music without instrumental accompaniment.
- in a capricious style.
- gradually getting quicker.
- emphasis placed on a tone or chord.
- a sharp, fiat, or natural sign.
- subordinate harmonic and/or rhythmic material supporting a principal melody.
- getting louder.
- very slow.
- at the performer's liberty.
- in a pleasing manner.
- affectionate, with tender warmth.
- a melodious composition used in some classic suites, which was designed to accompany dancing, but it was not one of the standard dance forms such as the Gavotte or the Minuet. a vocal or instrumental melody.
- to the end.
al, alia, alle
- to the - in the style of.
- gradually slower and broader.
- slightly slower than allegro.
- lively, rather quick.
- very quick.
- quick, with exactness.
- moderately quick.
- the first of the dances in the classic suite, written in duple time and played at a moderate tempo.
- Used to score for instruments such as the viola. Middle C is located on the middle line.
- in the German style.
- sweet, loveable.
- tenderness and affection.
- the range of a plainsong from its highest to its lowest tone.
- rather slow, at a moderate pace.
- generally a little quicker than andante.
- go on.
- an English country dance, sometimes part of the suite, in quick duple time, always starting on a strong beat.