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allegro means lively and fast
Faster I have the same worksheet and I can't figure out the full answer Sorry but yea that's what it means
Allegro in Italian means: Fast; upbeat tempo
You don't have 'a Allegro'- I'm assuming you meant 'What does the word Allegro (that you might see at the top of a piece of music) mean?' That I can tell you. Allegro is Italian for (according to ABRSM Grade 1 Music Theory) quick, literally "cheerful". I hope I helped! x
The Allegro movement will be fast, and the the Andante movement will be slower.
Allegro is not a Spanish word, it's Italian and it means alegría (happiness).Allegro is used in music notation to tell the performer to go faster.
lively and fast
it mean fast and bright its no diffrent then from vivace
Mozart composed hundreds of movements which were marked 'Allegro'. Which particular one do you mean?
Allegro : Fast Con : With Grazia : Graciousness So, allegro con Grazia means 'Play fast gracefully' or perhaps, 'Play fast with graciousness'.
A brisk, lively tempo.
fast/lively and majestically
They are all tempos
it means ;comfortably fast.
The musical terms are defined as follows: 'allegro' -> fast 'assai' -> very 'vivace' -> lively
Allegro assai is a bit faster than Allegro. Allegro means "Fast".
allegro means "brisk pace" or "brisk walking pace" "presto" is fast "prestissimo" is very fast
Allegro at the top of a piece means " at a brisk tempo". Don't let the piece drag.
A direction to play lively and fast.
it means play fast energetically
Allegro is Italian for "cheerful".