Diminuendo

• (adv.) In a gradually diminishing manner; with abatement of tone; decrescendo; -- expressed on the staff by Dim., or Dimin., or the sign.
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Diminuendo

[horse] Diminuendo (foaled 9 February 1985) was an American-bred, British-trained Thoroughbred racehorse and broodmare best known for winning the classic Epsom Oaks in 1985. She was one of the best two-year-old fillies of 1987, when she won all four of her races including the Cherry Hinton Stakes and Fillies` Mile. In 1988 she was beaten in...
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Diminuendo

Di·min`u·en'do adverb [ Italian , present participle of diminuere to diminish.] (Mus.) In a gradually diminishing manner; with abatement of tone; decrescendo; -- expressed on the staff by Dim ., or Dimin ., or the sign.
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Diminuendo

Diminuendo (dim.) means to gradually become softer. The term decrescendo (decresc. or decr.) also means to become softer, and is indicated by the sign:
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diminuendo

diminuendo, decrescendo 1. Gradually reducing in force or loudness; antonym of crescendo. 2. In music, a gradual reduction of force or loudness; gradually decreasing in volume. 2. A diminuendo passage. Symbol: >. Related 'few, small, less, little' word units: micro-;mio-; nano-; oligo-, olig-.
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diminuendo

gradually getting softer
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Diminuendo

Growing softer.
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Diminuendo

In music diminuendo means in a gradually diminishing manner. That is with abatement of tone or decrescendo. It is expressed on the staff by Dim., or Dimin., or a sign.
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