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Words related to andante

a moderately slow tempo (a walking pace)

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a musical composition or musical passage to be performed moderately slow

(of tempo) moderately slow

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at a moderately slow tempo

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Her characterisation of the novice Blanche was weighty, carefully measuring the role through to its andante climax, when she joined her sisters at the scaffold.
QUIZ OF THE DAY: 1 Le Havre; 2 Agatha Christie; 3 Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy; 4 Ascot; 5 Iraq; 6 PVC; 7 Croquet; 8 Egg-laying; 9 Jefferson; 10 Andante.
Bedrich Smetana Czech Dances I, II, Bettina's Polka (2nd Version), Venkovanka [A Countrywoman], Andante in F minor, Romance in G minor
Yes, the slow, middle movements come off well when Biondi holds up long enough to let the music breathe, especially in the Andante of Concerto No.
But the heart of "Double" was the stirring Andante, possibly the most extended lyrical adagio ever created for men.
Equally gratifying was Blomstedt's ability to find unexpected charm in this score, particularly in the Andante, the symphony's slowest movement, as well as in the Scherzo.
An article by Allan Kozinn in the New York Times (28 August 2001) traced the history of this particular site from the founding of the Andante compact disc label by French lawyer Alain Coblence to the launch of its Web site, Andante.
Opening the evening with the three movements of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's Divertimento in F major: allegro, andante and presto, the audience was exposed to the versatility of the musical flow of feelings found in this piece and the one that followed during the evening.
the Andante inclining patient chair features a high back with headrest and a simple-to-operate, gas-assist inclining mechanism.
Andante is the brainchild of Alain Coblence, a French lawyer and the head of the European Mozart Foundation.
Andante plans to release shortly a SmartStep[R] Secure Server that will allow practitioners to monitor patients' compliance at home directly from their clinic, and to eventually modify the therapy according to patients' progress ("Tele-Rehab").
The music and audiobook publisher andante media HORARCHIV has today released its first chinese language version of the iOS app for the iPhone: ClassiCal Music Calendar.
Unlike its famous companion this work, composed when Mendelssohn was just 17, isn't a masterpiece and doesn't rank with those other precocious teenage gems the Octet and Midsummer Night's Dream overture but it's a lovely piece, especially the song-like andante.
21, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Waterton Associates is pleased to announce the recent acquisition of Andante Apartments, a 576-unit community located in Phoenix, AZ.
Opting for the scherzo/andante configuration of the middle movements worked well, with the lulling lyricism and evocative dream-like quality of the andante highlighting the orchestra's versatility and acting as a breather ahead of the final movement.