poco

a little, as in poco pi
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Poco

Poco is a Southern California country rock band originally formed by Richie Furay, Jim Messina and Rusty Young. Formed following the demise of Buffalo Springfield in 1968, Poco was part of the first wave of the West Coast country rock genre. The title of their first album, Pickin` Up the Pieces, is a reference to the break-up of Buffalo Springfie....
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Poco

• (adv.) A little; -- used chiefly in phrases indicating the time or movement; as, poco piu allegro, a little faster; poco largo, rather slow.
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Poco

Po'co adverb [ Italian ] (Mus.) A little; -- used chiefly in phrases indicating the time or movement; as, poco più allegro, a little faster; poco largo, rather slow. - - Poco a poco [ Italian ] (Mus.) Little by little; as, poco a poco crescend...
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poco

a little, as in poco pi
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poco

a little, as in poco più allegro (a little faster)
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Poco

A little.
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Poco

American band of the 1970s and `80s that strongly influenced the development of country rock. The original members were Richie Furay (b. May 9, 1944, ...
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Poco

In music, poco means a little and is used chiefly in phrases indicating the time or movement.
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poco

little (not much)
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poco

poco
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