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vivace, vivacemente


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(It.).

Vivacious, from vivacità, vivacezza, vivacity. Fast and lively. vivacissimo, very fast. Composers (e.g. Schubert) often use vivace as an indication of mood rather than tempo. In 18th cent. it often meant something between allegro and largo.

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