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Allegro Vivo

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  1. Allegretto – Not as fast as allegro (“AL-luh-GRET-oh”) Allegro – fast (“uh-LAY-grow”) Vivo, or Vivace – lively and brisk (“VEE-voh”) Presto – very fast (“PRESS-toe”) Prestissimo – very, very fast (“press-TEE-see-moe”) These terms, a long with a little more Italian, will help you decipher most tempo instructions.
  2. DIRECTOR: Vivo Allegro In addition to working with Allegro, Gretchen is currently responsible for the vibrant choral program at Frontier Trail Middle School in Olathe, Kansas.
  3. This vibrant and full-sounding Allegro is one of Handel's greatest hits! It really sparkles as the violins trill in harmony and vigorous scalewise passages crescendo to keep the excitement level high. Without a doubt, this ranks as the "Best of the Baroque!".
  4. Allegro Vivo Festival, Horn, Austria. 1, likes · 69 talking about this · were here. Von August bis September wird das Waldviertel zum Zentrum der Kammermusik mit 52 Konzerten an 30 Spielstätten.
  5. This vibrant and full-sounding allegro is definitely one of Handel’s "greatest hits." It practically sparkles as violins trill in harmony, and vigorous scalewise passages crescendo into exciting new sections! As the final Allegro to one of the most well-known Concerto Grossos, this certainly ranks in Category: String Orchestra.
  6. Award winner at the Chamber music festival Allegro Vivo. Die Veranstaltung wird von Allegro Vivo Musik organisiert. The event is organized by Music Allegro Vivo.
  7. Aug 28,  · Look what I found on Tempo * Larghissimo – very, very slow (24 BPM (Beats per minute in a 4/4 time) and under) * Grave – very slow (25–45 BPM) * Largo – broadly (40–60 BPM) * Lento – slowly (45–60 BPM) * Larghetto – rather broadly (60–66 BPM) * Missing: Vivo.

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