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Larghissimo, Largo, It. It. (lar-^-se-mo). Extremely slow. Broad, slow, and stately the slowest (far-go). ; tempo-mark. 6, old ; 6, odd ; 6, done ; oo, moon ; u, lute ; u, but ; u, (French ) . PRONOUNCING DICTIONARY 40 Lastimosame'nte, Sp. -te). manner. La In a doleful A term indicating that a pas to be played in quicker time. run. Laufer, Ger. (7

Vas). Eutimia, It. Somewhat, (yoo-^-me-a). Eveill^, Fr. (a-va-ya). extend. Stifled, muffled. rather. Vivacity. Lively. t 6, old ; o, odd ; 6, done ; oo, moon ; u, lute ; u, but ; ii, (French). PRONOUNCING DICTIONARY 26 Exposition. Development. Expressif Fr. (ex-pres-j^/"). Expressive. , F. Fa. The fourth tone in the natural diatonic scale. The syllable used for the note F in the " fixed do system of notation it is also the name of the fourth ' ; degree of the diatonic scale. An Fabe'lla, Lat.

It. thus Sadness. (mes-#-tse-a). Mestame'nte, ; (mes-to-zo). ) Measure. Me"sure, Fr. (ma-ziir). -tal). Strength; compass of the voice. Metallo, It. (ma-/a/-lo). ringing quality of voice. Meter, metre. The rhythmic element of music; the Metal, Sp. A sym metrical grouping of musical rhythms ; the construction and pulsation of the phrase in music. M6zza MSzzo, v6ce, It. It. (mdt-ts'a. (mdt-tso). Half power; half voice. w-che). Half. Mzzo f6rte, It. (mdt-tso for-te). Mezzo ligato, Half as loud as forte.

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