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What is Italian music

by Max Moffet (2019-08-02)


italian music is music

http%3A%2F%2Fcafefiles.naver.net%2FMjAxNWhen was Italian Baroque Music created?
Italian Baroque Music was created in 2006.

share: What is music 'tempo' when translated from Italian to English?
Music tempo in Italian is the speed with which the music moves.

share: What language is Italian music sung in?
Italian music sung in Italian.

share: What is 'fast' music when translated from English to Italian?
"Fast" music in English is presto in Italian.

share: What is the music style played in Italy?
Italian music.......

share: What type of music do italyians lisiten to?
Italian Music.

share: 블렉젝 What is 'beautiful music' when translated from English to Italian?
"Beautiful music" in English means musica bella in Italian.

share: What is 'music place' when translated from English to Italian?
"Music place" in English is posto di musica in Italian.

share: How did Italian music start?
It originated from the greek gods and the Italian beliefs

share: What Italian term describes the mood of a piece of music as happy?
Allegro is the Italian term which describes the mood of a piece of music as happy. The pronunciation will be "al-LEY-gro" in Italian.

share: What type of music does Italy listen to?
they listen to ww2 Italian music it is not smerican music

share: What kind of music did the romans' listen to?
They listened to italian music and french music

share: What is the music style played in Greece?
It orginated from the Italian music style.

share: What is the word for soft in music?
The word for soft in music is 'piano', from the Italian.

share: What languages are used in music?
In written music, the language used is Italian.

share: What type of music do Italian teenagers listen to?
any music, retard -.-

share: What is 'This is beautiful music' when translated from English to Italian?
"This is beautiful music!" in English is Questa è la bella musica! in Italian.

share: Who created the lute?
Italian music teacher

share: Which Italian composer wrote music for many masses?
There have been hundreds of Italian compere that have written music for many masses. Antonio Vivaldi is just one example.

share: In music what is the Italian term for music?
Musica. Music is an international language. Yes, he's right. But there are different terms for certain styles of music.

share: What is 'molto sostenuto' when translated from Italian to English?
Molto sostenuto in Italian means "much sustained" in Italian music terminology.

share: What has the author Robert Bower Morris written?
Robert Bower Morris has written: 'A study of the Italian solo cantata before 1750' -- subject(s): Cantata, History and criticism, Italian Vocal music, Vocal music, Italian

share: What does rall mean in music?
Italian for slow down

share: What in music is a decrease in loudness called?
Answer: Decrescendo (italian).

share: How do you say listen to music in Italian?
"ascolti musica"

share: What does marziale means in music?
(Italian) martial, warlike.

share: Where is Italian music played?
at olive garden or in Italy

share: Which loanword trends originate from Italian?
architecture and music!

share: What is the musical term for soft in music?
Piano (Italian). This is often indicated by p in sheet music.

share: What is 'I like music' when translated from English to Italian?
Mi piace la musica! is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "I like music!" The declarative/exclamatory statement translates literally as "The music is pleasing to me!" in English. The pronunciation will be "mee PYA-tchey la MOO-zee-ka" in Italian.

share: What is the sign in music for music to be played quietly?
If a passage of music is to be played quietly the letter p is used, which stands for piano, the Italian word for quiet. If a passage of music is to be played very quietly, pp is used. This stands for pianissimo, the Italian word for very quiet.

share: What is the Italian word that tells how fast or long to play the music?
Tempo is the Italian word that tells how long or fast to play the music. Specifically, the Italian word is a masculine noun. It is preceded by its singular definite article il ("the"). The pronunciation is "TEHM-poh."

share: What has the author Roger Bray written?
Roger Bray has written: 'The British Library Music Manuscript Collection' 'Italian Music Manuscripts in the British Library' 'Flight to the Sun' 'Italian Music Manuscripts in the British Library: A Listing and Guide to Section A'

share: In music what does rubato mean?
Rubato means "robbed time" in Italian, but in Music it means to play Freely.

share: What has the author Ivo Guasti written?
Ivo Guasti has written: 'La veglia lunga' -- subject(s): Italian Political ballads and songs, Italian Songs, Music, Songs and music 'Lumina' -- subject(s): Folklore, Italian Folk songs, Texts

share: What kind of music Italian listen to?
they listen to rock and pop

share: What is a word for slow in music?
Largo. It's an Italian word.

share: What is the Italian word for music?
It is musica (moosicuh) same as in spanish

share: Who is mr flagio?
an italian elecrtonic music artist from the eighties

share: What is term for with a bow in music?
Coll'arco, or arco, for short. From Italian.

share: What types of music did Italian composers make?
classical, I guess.

share: What is 'movement' in Italian chamber music?
Movimento is an Italian equivalent of 'movement'. It's a general term for 'movement', and it's specific to chamber music. Chamber music refers to ensemble music in which there's one instrument to a part. The word is pronounced 'moh-vee-MEHN-toh'.

share: How racist is the Bertolli opera commercial?
Not racist at all. Italian food, Italian music, American people eating and singing.

share: What is 'Touch for music' when translated from English to Italian?
Toccare per suonare musica! is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "Touch for music!" The prepositional phrase translates literally as "to touch to play music" in English. The pronunciation will be "tok-KA-rey per swo-NA-rey MOO-zee-ka" in Pisan Italian.

share: Which music composer wrote forty-two symphonies?
Italian composer; wrote music for many masses

share: Term for apparatus used to indicate speed in music?
The apparatus used to indicate speed in music is metronome.

share: What language is music terms in?
Just about every language is evident in music. The most common language is arguably Italian.

share: What musical style means in the style of the chapel in Italian?
The form of music which literally translates this way is "a cappella" music.

share: What is 'music tempo names' when translated from English to Italian?
Nomi di tempo musicale is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "music tempo names." The prepositional phrase translates literally as "names of musical tempo" in Italian. The pronunciation will be "NO-mee dee TEM-po MOO-zee-KA-ley" in Italian.

share: What is 'I love music' when translated from English to Italian?
Amo la musica! is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "I love music!" The exclamation models a grammatical difference whereby English may not employ "the" when Italian uses the definite article, in this case la. The pronunciation will be "A-mo la MOO-zee-ka" in Italian.

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