Definition of Meno mosso
1. Noun. Played at reduced speed; less rapid.
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Literary usage of Meno mosso
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Legend of Granada: Cantata for Four-part Chorus of Women's Voices with by Henry Kimball Hadley (1904)
"... and cit meno mosso -tern Charm - ing all cresc. -tern Sound of lute and cit- meno mosso cresc. -tern Charm - ing all J IU. -tern Charm - ing all cresc. ..."
2. Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians by George Grove, John Alexander Fuller-Maitland (1907)
"Beethoven uses ' meno mosso e moderato' in the Fugue for strings in Bb, op. ... Schumann uses ' Poco meno mosso,' with its German equivalent 'Etwas ..."
3. Mona: An Opera in Three Acts by Horatio William Parker, Brian Hooker (1911)
"Enya runs to him and catches his arm) woe! What ti-ding-s? 1*=- meno mosso ... Old Man *- a _f Ê Nay, I know not: meno mosso let me gx>! ..."
4. Music: An Art and a Language by Walter Raymond Spalding (1920)
"This corresponds exactly with the Exposition, ending with two passages (poco meno mosso and molto vivace), — based upon the rhythm of the motto — which ..."