Definition of Ritenutos
1. ritenuto [n] - See also: ritenuto
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Literary usage of Ritenutos
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Basis of Musical Pleasure: Together with a Consideration of the Opera by Albert Gehring (1910)
"... each other up with feverish haste, and dash forward in headlong, irrepressible flight. We have our ritenutos and acceler- andos, our ominous pauses, ..."
2. The Basis of Musical Pleasure: Together with a Consideration of the Opera by Albert Gehring (1910)
"We have our ritenutos and acceler- andos, our ominous pauses, and remonstrating hesitations. Not so apparent are the mental counterparts of the more formal ..."
3. The Year's Music edited by Albert Charles Robinson Carter (1896)
"... and ritenutos, which were plentiful, were marked with the highest insight. Such music is apt to sound confused if not well played; but the orchestration ..."