* Accelerando gradually increasing in speed (used as a musical direction).
* Adagio (esp. as a direction) In slow tempo.
* Andante (esp. as a direction) In a moderately slow tempo
* Allegro (esp. as a direction) At a brisk tempo
* Crescendo A gradual increase in loudness
* Da capo
* esp. as a direction) Repeat from the beginning. |
* Decrescendo (music) a gradual decrease in loudness
* Diminuendo esp. as a direction) With a decrease in loudness.
* Fermata A pause of unspecified length on a note or rest.
* Flat The flat part of something.
* Forte (esp. as a direction) Loud or loudly.
* Fortissimo (esp. as a direction) Very loud or loudly.
* Fortepiano A piano, esp. of the kind made in the 18th and early 19th centuries.
* Interval A pause; a break in activity
* Largo (esp. as a direction) In a slow tempo and dignified in style.
* Legato In a smooth, flowing manner, without breaks.
* Important, serious, or significant: "the use of drugs is a major problem". |
* Mano destra Mano Destra is a lesbian art film by the Swiss filmmaker Cleo Uebelmann, released in 1986.
* Mano sinistra In musical notation, an instruction for the pianist to use the left hand.
* Messa di voce is a musical technique that involves a gradual crescendo and diminuendo while sustaining a single pitch
* Mezzo forte (esp. as a direction) Moderately loud.
* Mezzo piano
* (esp. as a direction) Moderately soft. |
* Minor Lesser in importance, seriousness, or significance
* Molto (in directions) Very.
* Octave A series of eight notes occupying the interval between two notes, one having twice or half the frequency of vibration of the other.
* Piano a musical instrument in which felt-covered hammers, operated from a keyboard, strike the metal strings
* Pianissimo a passage or movement played in this way.
* Presto A...