Legato (adverb)

Type: adverb

Pronunciation: /leg-ah-toe/

What does Legato mean?

To play notes smoothly, without stopping in between notes.

Legato is to play notes smoothly, without stopping in between notes.

Example sentence: “He played the instrumental legato.”

Largo (adverb)

Type: adverb

Pronunciation: /larg-oh/

Opposite: Presto

What does Largo mean?

To play or be playing music or an instrument very slowly or at a slow tempo.

Largo is to play or be playing music or an instrument very slowly or at a slow tempo.

Example sentence: “He played us the piano largo.”

Presto (adverb)

Type: adverb

Pronunciation: /pres-toe/

Opposite: Largo

What does Presto mean?

To play or be playing an instrument very fast or at a quick tempo.

Presto is to play or be playing an instrument very fast or at a quick tempo.

Example sentence: “Can you play Flashing Lights presto.”

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