Maestoso

Maestoso (ma.eˈstoːzo) is an Italian musical term and is used to direct performers to play a certain passage of music in a stately, dignified and majestic fashion (sometimes march-like) or, it is used to describe music as such. Maestoso also is associated with the advent of Classicism, Romanticism, and the newer forms of Neo-Classicism and Neo-R...
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maestoso

majestically, in a stately fashion
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Maestoso

• (a. & adv.) Majestic or majestically; -- a direction to perform a passage or piece of music in a dignified manner.
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Maestoso

Ma`es·to'so adjective & adverb [ Italian ] (Mus.) Majestic or majestically; -- a direction to perform a passage or piece of music in a dignified manner.
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maestoso

dignified
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maestoso

maestoso
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Maestoso

Maestoso is a term used in musical notation. When used as part of a tempo marking, for example allegro maestoso, it modifies it, directing the performer to maintain a dignified character.
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Maestoso

Majestic and dignified.
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maestoso

majestically, in a stately fashion
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maestoso

majestically, in a stately fashion
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Maestoso

Majestically, stately
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