tutti

all; all together, usually used in an orchestral or choral score when the orchestra or all of the voices come in at the same time, also seen in Baroque-era music where two instruments share the same copy of music, after one instrument has broken off to play a more advanced form
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Tutti

Tutti is an Italian word literally meaning all or together and is used as a musical term, for the whole orchestra as opposed to the soloist. It is applied similarly to choral music, where the whole section or choir is called to sing. 2) An orchestrator may specify that a section leader (e.g., the principal violinist) plays alone, while the rest of...
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Tutti

• (n. pl.) All; -- a direction for all the singers or players to perform together.
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Tutti

[group] Tutti (뚜띠) is Korean female duo consisting of members No Hyun Jung and No Jung Hyun. ==Member Profiles== No Hyun Jung was born 5 August 1977. No Jung Hyun was born 5 August 1977. ==Discography== ...
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tutti

A passage played by the entire orchestra.
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Tutti

All together / the whole orchestra
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tutti

all; all together, usually used in an orchestral or choral score when the orchestra or all of the voices come in at the same time, also seen in Baroque-era music where two instruments share the same copy of music, after one instrument has broken off to play a more advanced form
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tutti

all; all together, usually used in an orchestral or choral score when the orchestra or all of the voices come in at the same time, also seen in Baroque-era music where two instruments share the same copy of music, after one instrument has broken off to play a more advanced form
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Tutti

In music, tutti is a direction for all the singers or players to perform together.
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Tutti

Passage for the entire ensemble or orchestra without a soloist.
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Tutti

Passage for the entire ensemble or orchestra without a soloist.
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tutti

tutti
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