larghetto


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(music) a composition or passage played in a slow tempo slightly faster than largo but slower than adagio

(of tempo) less slow and broad than largo

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Mozart, Clarinet Quintet in A K581 II Larghetto, (7:07), Jack Brymer& The Allegri String Quartet, BELART 450-056-2.
The first movement was gay, sprightly and delicate, followed by a lyrical Larghetto and then a rollicking Presto finale.
His fresh and energetic playing of Mozart's last piano concerto made the outer movements sparkle, while his playing of the Larghetto had a grace and beauty that hushed the enraptured audience.
Contents: Sonata in F Major for Horn and Harp, Dauprat; Larghetto & Andante from "6 pieces melodiques originales," Gounod; Larghetto, Chabrier; Notturno, op.
The restrained Larghetto could be summed up as a tidy performance.
At the marked tempo of larghetto, Benucci would have had to draw out these notes with balance and coordination (Example 4).
When he last sees them they lie on their deathbed next to a stack of records on that same phonograph, including "Purcell's Trumpet Voluntary, the Haydn cello concerto, part of the Pastoral Symphony," "the lament for Eurydice from Gluck's Orfeo," "the larghetto from the B-flat major piano concerto of Mozart--the last he wrote," and on top of the pile the music Stingo conjectures was the last Sophie and Nathan heard: Bach's Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring (508).
King Kong," larghetto, parodies Hollywood's 2005 remake of the film of the same title.
After a brief Largo, the opening Allegro is cheerful and bouncy enough; that is followed by two middle movements of mediocre quality, a Larghetto and a Minuetto; concluding with the best segment, the Allegro assai, which finally injects a little life into the piece.
This meant the larghetto lacked contrast and that lively last movement failed to regenerate, my interest.
The Larghetto showed the orchestra at its best with well controlled mood building passages, which reflect Elgar's feelings at the death of Edward VII.
Last but not least there is "July," a larghetto from her piano cycle Das Jahr.
Especialmente me sedujo lo hecho por el en el segundo movimiento, Larghetto, prueba magistral en ese particular talento que tenia Chopin a la hora de esbozar sus peculiares trazos de sensibilidad para el color, que aqui desencadena en una especie de recitativo de desgarrador dramatismo, tan nitido que Tovey no dudo en calificar como un "magnifico trozo de instrumentacion".
Larghetto provided Durcan with his 47th victory of the season, while Supple was also successful on Mallooh.
Charles Medlam makes a rare appearance as cello soloist, the hushed tones of the Larghetto contrasting appealingly with the genial vivacity of the outer movements.