noun, plural ru·ba·tos, ru·ba·ti [roo-bah-tee; Italian roo-bah-tee]. /ruˈbɑ ti; Italian ruˈbɑ ti/.
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Example sentences from the Web for rubato
Let us try if it is not possible to obtain a clearer notion of this mysterious tempo rubato.
Above all, however, we have to keep in mind that the tempo rubato is a genus which comprehends numerous species.
One seems to see the expression marks: piano, pianissimo, largamente, and just where the tempo rubato comes in.Plays, Acting and Music|Arthur Symons
His delicate pianissimo, the ever-changing modifications of tone and time (tempo rubato) were of indescribable effect.
The player was afterward highly extolled on account of his wonderful rubato effects.Memories of a Musical Life|William Mason