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andamento

[ an-duh-men-toh; Italian ahn-dah-men-taw ]
/ 藢忙n d蓹藞m蓻n to蕣; Italian 藢蓱n d蓱藞m蓻n t蓴 /
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noun, plural an路da路men路tos, Italian an路da路men路ta [an-duh-tah]. /藢忙n d蓹 t蓱/. Music.
an extended fugue subject.
an episode in a fugue.
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Origin of andamento

<Italian, equivalent to anda(re) to walk (see andante) + -mento-ment
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