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gra·zi·o·so

 (grät′sē-ō′sō, -zō)
adv. & adj. Music
In a graceful, smooth manner. Used chiefly as a direction.

[Italian, from Latin grātiōsus, gracious, agreeable; see gracious.]

grazioso

(ˌɡrɑːtsɪˈəʊsəʊ)
adv
gracefully

grazioso

gracefully
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XXVI, 34; i gru di If V, 46 sono i grue di Pg XXVI, 43; animai grazioso
Conductor Andrew Gourlay paced it adeptly, all purposeful energy without trudging or galloping, and only a clotheared clod could have resisted that seductive Allegretto grazioso.
Cross--language morphology in Kaliarda (after Montoliu 2005) Kaliarda form First element Second element Gloss balo--muskulos balo "fat" < muskulos Italian muscled Romani "pig" "muscled" laisotemba lacho Romani tempo Italian summer "good" "weather" but--gratsiozo but Romani grazioso Italian thank you "very" "graceful" (pun on grazie--"thank you") tzinavotopos tzinavo Kaliarda topos Greek "place" London "to be gay" mutzotopos mutzo Romani topos Greek Paris "vagina" "place" Table 4.
Il carattere benefico e grazioso del dono o, piuttosto, dell'estinzione del debito di pena non esclude dunque il rilievo autoritativo delia facolta e previsione della concessione (3).
Unfortunately, this has the effect of destroying the symmetry of this languid Andante grazioso movement.
"Andante Grazioso" by Haydn is a transcription from a String Quartet Op.74, No.
F minor; [C.sub.4]-[A[flat].sub.5]; Tess: M, CR; 9/8, Grazioso [quarter note].
The concerto is in three parts: allegro affetuoso in A minor, andantino grazioso in F major and allegro vivace in A major.
Anonim Andante cantabile Anonim Il ritorno del pastore Anonim Bory litewskie [stamp of]: Zaklad Kornicki w Zakopanem; Wlasnosc Heleny Modrzejewskiej- Chlapowskiej Anonim Moderato grazioso Anonim Dumka; Chor zniwiarek; Kolysanka Adai'ewsky Ella Chanson Rococo [Elizabeth von (Theme avec Schultz] variation pour (1846-1926) Piano) Aubin, Eugene Le Reve Poetique Composed expressly for and de Paderewski, respectfully dedicated Op.