(Especially as a direction) getting slower and broader.
- There are constant indications in the score of riten, allargando, largamente, and so on, most of which you do seem to observe.
- Masur simply, a bit austerely intoned the opening chorale of the Adagio, creating relief for the violins to effortlessly make their line in allargando unison to follow it very compellingly.
noun (plural allargandi /ˌalɑːˈɡandi/ or allargandos)
An allargando passage.
- Maisky also puts in his own nuances, quite profusely, like the allargandos in the Vth Suite.
- Though not intonation-perfect, Jo wowed at every opportunity, soaring and executing allargandos with effortless ease.
- Where were the sforzandoes and allargandos I was accustomed to?
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