molto allegro

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Definition:

The Italian musical phrase molto allegro is an indication to play in a quick, lively tempo; faster than allegro; lit. “very swift.”
 

BPM of Molto Allegro:

Also Known As:

  • vivace (It)
  • très vite; vif (Fr)
  • lebhaft (Ger)

Pronunciation: mohl'-toh al-LAY-groh


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Tempo Commands:

▪ largo
▪ rhythm dot
▪ (accel.) accelerando
▪ vivace
▪ tempo giusto
 

Musical Articulation:

▪ staccato
▪ tie
▪ (rfz) rinforzando
▪ arpeggiato
▪ accentato
 

Volume & Dynamics: