(German) Ceremonially, solemn.
(Italian) In a festive, celebrated manner.
(Italian) The last movement or section of a piece.
(Italian) Indicates the close or end of a repeat or the end of a whole piece.
(Italian) Sadly; tearfully.
(German) Flowing and smooth.
(Italian) Abbreviated "f." Loud.
(Italian) Abbreviated "fff." Extremely loud; as loud as possible.
(Italian) Abbreviated "fp." Perform the note strongly, instantly diminishing to a much softer
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(French) Perform loudly and bring out the melody.
(Italian) Abbreviated "ff" or "fff." Very loud.
(Italian) Abbreviated "ffp." Perform the note very loud, instantly diminishing to a much softer
(Italian) Perform as loudly as possible.
(Italian) Abbreviated "fz," "ffz," "fffz." Perform the note loudly and with a very strong accent.
(German) Fresh; brisk; vigorous in style.
(German) Joyfully; with gaiety and gladness.
(Italian) Furiously; wildly.
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