Allegro moderato

Related to Allegro moderato: andante
a little slower than allegro.

See also: Moderato

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Cyrhaeddais dudalen 12, a dyna lle roedd holl warth fy mhlentyndod o'm blaen, yn y gan 'O'er the Hills.' .' Allegro moderato ydi'r cyfarwyddyd ar y top, beth bynnag ydi hynny.
He launched the Sibelius at a rattling pace - no allegro moderato, this - strings immediately biting, tickingly accurate in their momentum.
The concert consists of three parts including, Allegro Moderato, Canzonetta and Finale Allegro Vivacissimo.
Eventually, the Andante cantabile gives way to the Valse: Allegro moderato, which is hurried and quick, leading out to the grand finale, the triumphant Andante maestoso-Allegro vivace!
Russian pianist Ekaterina Mechetina will perform in the UAE for the first time at a new classical music series called Dubai Allegro Moderato on October 24 at Madinat Jumeirah.
Anonymous: Air varie pour corno (sur 'La ci darem la mano'); Giovanni Punto, Allegro Moderato, Adagio, Presto from Trios duos in E[flat] rnajor, Op.
It is more useful to go through this chapter point by point and seek out particular movements in Mozart's opuses in which one has a practical interest and compare them with movements of the same tide in a given category, as for example Allegro moderato in secular music.
This Sonatina's first movement is in D minor, its tempo indication is allegro moderato, and is alla breve (cut time).
It consisted of three parts, the monumental Allegro Moderato, canzonetta and Allegro vivacissimo.
Fellner and Nagano give a weighty reading to the "Allegro moderato," with the resonant tone quality and restrained tempo expected of a dialogue on the deep things of the heart.