noun, plural an·dan·ti·nos, Italian an·dan·ti·ni [ahn-dahn-tee-nee]. /ˌɑn dɑnˈti ni/.
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And again, it has a coda pausing on the dominant chord and followed by an Andantino.
The Andantino which follows offers a strong contrast to both movements of the concertante.Life Of Mozart, Vol. 2 (of 3)|Otto Jahn
The Andantino (3-8), which follows is lighter in tone, and well expresses alternations of repulsion and attraction.
What really pleases me is his singing of certain little things andantino, which he does in his own style.
In like manner he feels in the Andante, reflection, and in the final Andantino, melancholy consolation.