And without any transition, she begins, sempre allegra, as she calls herself--to sing a gay song.
"sempre mi," said Jacques, returning close to Theodore, and speaking the word in his ear.
Al molino, ed alla sposa / sempre manca qualche cosa—A mill and a woman are always in want of something.
sempre forte—a long passage to be played forte throughout its entirety.
sempre lento malinconico assai—always slowly and in a very melancholy style.
sempre il mal non vien per nuocere—Misfortune does not always result in harm.