Noun(1) a brisk and lively tempo(2) a musical composition or musical passage to be performed quickly in a brisk lively manner
Adjective(1) (of tempo
Adverb(1) in a quick and lively tempo
(1) Her strengths shone through in this Coppelia, with its lightning petit allegro segments and pointe solos.(2) Though she rose slowly through the company ranks (appointed soloist in 1967 and principal in 1972), her brilliant allegro technique made her a natural Balanchine dancer.(3) When she returned to Mr. B's class, across the floor she sped in a moving allegro combination, executing triple pirouettes.(4) The opening allegro crackled with masculine high jinks.(5) The allegro finale burns down the barn, without sacrificing musicality or a sharply-defined independence of voices.(6) The allegro begins in a beautiful apartment in south-east Paris, from which you can see the lights of the Eiffel Tower scanning the sky.(7) As David moved into the allegro section of class, he identified two purposes, strengthening the body and building a vocabulary of steps.(8) The opening allegro was written in a white heat of inspiration, during a holiday in the mountains near Graz; he seems to have run out of manuscript paper, for the last 50 bars are scribbled out on dinner napkins.(9) It was played with coloured lighting to guide us through the movements: red for the first allegro , blue for the quieter slow movement, and green with increasing orange for the finale.(10) He couldn't write a symphonic allegro to save his life.
(1) allegro :: اليجرو
Different Formsallegro, allegros
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