adagio

at ease; i.e., play slowly
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adagio

[adj] - (of tempo) leisurely 2. [adv] - (music) slowly 3. [n] - a musical composition played in adagio tempo (slowly and gracefully)
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Adagio

• (a. & adv.) Slow; slowly, leisurely, and gracefully. When repeated, adagio, adagio, it directs the movement to be very slow. • (n.) A piece of music in adagio time; a slow movement; as, an adagio of Haydn.
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adagio

adjective (of tempo) leisurely
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Adagio

[acrobatics] Adagio is the performance of partner acrobalance poses and associated movements that involve stationary balances by a pair of performers. It is performed in professional circus, in various dance disciplines including acro dance and ballet, in pair skating, and as a hobby in university circus groups. An adagio pair consists of o...
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Adagio

A·da'gio adjective & adverb [ Italian adagio ; ad (L. ad ) at + agio convenience, leisure, ease. See Agio .] (Mus.) Slow; slowly, leisurely, and gracefully. When repeated, adagio , adagio , it directs the movement to be very slow.
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Adagio

A slow, leisurely tempo, often considered to be slower than andante, but not quite as slow as largo. Slow movements of a piece are sometimes titled Adagio.
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Adagio

A tempo having slow movement
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Adagio

A tempo having slow movement; restful at ease.
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Adagio

ADAGE (French), ADAGIO (Italian) In song,Adagio means 'slowly', and in ballet it means slow, enfoldi
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adagio

adagio
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Adagio

Adagio is a musical term indicating that the movement should be played slowly and expressively.
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Adagio

Any dance to slow music; also, part of the classical pas de deux in ballet.
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adagio

at ease; i.e., play slowly
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adagio

at ease; i.e., play slowly
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Adagio

Dance class where exercises for balance and sustained movement are performed.
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adagio

In music, a tempo marking indicating a slow pace, slightly faster than or approximately the same as lento (slow), depending on the historical period in which the music was written. It is also used as the title of a piece of music, or as the distinguishing title of a single movement
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Adagio

Medium slow in tempo, approximately 66 - 76 bpm
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Adagio

Quite slow.
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Adagio

Slow
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adagio

very slow
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