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Accelerando (accel)

Rallentando (rall.)

Calando

Ritardando (ritard.)

Ritenuto (rit.,riten.,)

Slentando

Slargando

A tempo

Ad libitum or A piacere

Meno Mosso

Piu Mosso

Grave

Lento

Largo

Larghetto

Adante

Adantino

Moderato

Allegretto

Allegro

Vivace

Presto

Prestissimo

Pianissimo (pp)

Mezzo Piano (mp)

Piano (p)

Mezza Voce (mv)

Mezzo Forte (mf)

Forte (f)

Fortissimo (ff)

Crescendo or <

Decrescendo or >

Forzando (fz)

Rinforzando (rf)

Adagio

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Broad

Slow

Moderately Soft

Getting Gradually Slower (s)

Extremely slow, solemn

In time

Going at an easy pace

Broadening

Lively

Very loud

At a moderate pace, but not so slow as andante

Fast

Medium Tone

Rather Fast

Very Quick indeed, as fast as possible

Moderately Loud

Very Soft

held back

Moderate Speed

Slow, Leisurely

Retarding the Speed

Gradually becoming softer

Quicker at once

Gradually becoming louder

Soft

Softer and Slower

Getting Gradually Slower (r)

Strenthening the tone

Rather Broad

at the performer's pleasure

Getting Gradually Faster

Slower at once

forcing the tone

Very Quick

Loud