[ US /ˌɑnˌdɑnˈtinoʊ/ ]
  1. (of tempo) moderately fast
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How To Use andantino In A Sentence

  • Allegretto grazioso (quasi andantino) — Presto ma non assai — Tempo I (Wiener Philharmoniker/Bernstein). Last Fair Deal Gone Down
  • Prelude #7, andantino, in E Major, for example, is only sixteen measures long.
  • The first four lines are andantino, the refrain allegro. Songs of Ukraina, With Ruthenian Poems
  • The Polish theme Szymanowski uses is a brooding, b-minor Andantino, and the variations maintain that dark cast, albeit sometimes with great force: Archive 2009-04-01
  • A trenchant First Movement is marked Andantino-Allegro molto vivace and Hogwood is superb in handling the transition between both parts of the score.
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