Adagio ( noun , adverb )

(As a noun)

Adagio ( noun )

  1. A musical term indicating that a piece of music should be played slowly and gracefully.
  2. A movement or piece of music played in this manner.

Origin:

From italian 'ad agio', at ease.

Examples:

  1. The orchestra played the adagio with a mournful tone.
  2. The adagio movement of the sonata was her favorite part.
  3. He practiced the adagio section of the concerto until it was perfect.

(As an adverb)

Adagio ( adverb )

  1. A musical term indicating that a piece of music should be played slowly and gracefully.
  2. A movement or piece of music played in this manner.

Origin:

From italian 'ad agio', at ease.

Examples:

  1. The orchestra played the adagio with a mournful tone.
  2. The adagio movement of the sonata was her favorite part.
  3. He practiced the adagio section of the concerto until it was perfect.
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