calando

falling away, or lowering; i.e., getting slower and quieter; ritardando along with diminuendo
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Calando

• (a.) Gradually diminishing in rapidity and loudness.
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calando

adjective gradually decreasing in tempo and volume
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Calando

Ca·lan'do adjective [ Italian ] (Mus.) Gradually diminishing in rapidity and loudness.
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calando

calando
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Calando

Calandro is a musical term meaning gradually diminishing in rapidity and loudness.
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calando

falling away, or lowering; i.e., getting slower and quieter; ritardando along with diminuendo
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calando

falling away, or lowering; i.e., getting slower and quieter; ritardando along with diminuendo
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calando

gradually decreasing the time and tone
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calando

slowing with gradually lowering volume
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calando

[adj] - gradually decreasing in tempo and volume
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