Origin of allegro
Words nearby allegro
How to use allegro in a sentence
My jumps are almost back where they used to be, except now I need a quick bathroom break before petit allegro.Freed from the pre-pandemic rush, my teen rediscovered a beloved hobby — and so did I|Kristen Chase|January 12, 2021|Washington Post
The Introduction dies away and gives place to a stormy allegro.
The Introduction and first Allegro are very weak; the poverty of Tchaikovskys invention displays itself every moment.
The first Allegro of the Concerto went very smoothly, and the audience rewarded him with thundering applause.
That the composer dedicated to her his Allegro de Concert, Op. 46, may be regarded as a mark of his love and esteem for her.
In the last Allegro there are several holds before the theme is resumed.The Life of Ludwig van Beethoven, Volume II (of 3)|Alexander Wheelock Thayer
British Dictionary definitions for allegro
Word Origin for allegro
Cultural definitions for allegro
A brisk, lively musical tempo. Allegro is Italian for “cheerful.”