A pronouncing dictionary of musical terms, by Harry Newton Redman

By Harry Newton Redman

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Lampons, Fr. style. ) The de"stra, It. ). degree Mournful. } Lagnevole, also the sixth ; Hunting (la shass). It. (Ia-cre-#z0-zo) 39 right hand. (la-men-ta-be-le). ^ (la-men -tan-do). -vo-le). I In a sad, f lamenting style. (la-menVJ-zo). (lan^-pon/z). Landler, Ger. (land-\zr). Germany and A Drinking songs. slow waltz belonging to South Austria. Land-lied, Ger. (land-led). A rustic song. Langsam, Ger. (tdng-sam). Slow. Langsamer, Ger. (/aM^--sa-mer). Slower. Languemente, //. (lan-gue-/w

Faire, Fr. (far). Falsetto, The highest register of a voice. flourish of trumpets or a trumpet-call. The It. (fal-j//-to). A Fanfare. term is position Fantastico. also used as the composed It. title (fan-&'j-te-ko). ) f Fastastique. Fr. (fan-tas-#). It. (fas-/J-zo). Fantastic. ' A In a fantastic manner. \ Fantastisch, Ger. (fan-&w-tish). Farandole, Fr. nA-Jo/). France in 6-8 time. _ > % Fastdso, of an instrumental com- in the style of the above. lively dance of Southern Pompous. Festival. Feier, Ger.

Helle stimme, Ger. (^//-le Herv6rgeh6ben, Ger. m-n). To Heraufgehen, Ger. (har-0w//"-ga'n). Heroic. Grand, noble, bold. clear voice. ascend. (har^or-ghe-^-b'n). Brought into prominence. Herv6rhe1>end, Ger. (htryjr-^-bend). ) Hervdrtretend, Ger. (har^r-tre-tend). ) Herzig, Ger. (Atrt-zig). 1 Herzlich, Gtr. (Aerts-\ikh). } Hirtlich, Ger. rt-\\\sh). His, Ger. (his). B*. Hdhe, Ger. Ger. (hoJik-moot). (^<$-he). High inence. Pastoral. Hoch, Ger. (hokh). High, acute. Hochfeierlich, Ger. (Ao&A-ft-er-likb).

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