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spiccato

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spic=ca=to

CIDE DICTIONARY

spiccatoa. [It., p. p. of spicare to detach, to separate.].
     Detached; separated; -- a term indicating that every note is to be performed in a distinct and pointed manner.  [1913 Webster]

OXFORD DICTIONARY

spiccato, n., adj., & adv. Mus.
--n. (pl. -os)
1 a style of staccato playing on stringed instruments involving bouncing the bow on the strings.
2 a passage in this style.
--adj. performed or to be performed in this style.
--adv. in this style.

Etymology
It., = detailed, distinct

THESAURUS

spiccato

a cappella, abbandono, accidental, accrescendo, adagietto, adagio, affettuoso, agilmente, agitato, allegretto, allegro, amabile, amoroso, andante, andantino, appassionatamente, appassionato, breve, brillante, cantando, capriccioso, con affetto, con agilita, con agitazione, con amore, crescendo, crotchet, decrescendo, demilegato, demisemiquaver, diminuendo, dolce, dominant, dominant note, double whole note, eighth note, enharmonic, enharmonic note, execution, expression, fingering, flat, forte, fortissimo, glissando, half note, hemidemisemiquaver, intonation, lamentabile, larghetto, larghissimo, largo, legato, leggiero, marcando, mezzo staccato, minim, morendo, music-making, musical note, natural, note, parlando, patent note, performance, pianism, pianissimo, piano, pizzicato, prestissimo, presto, quarter note, quaver, rallentando, rendering, rendition, repercussion, report, responding note, ritardando, ritenuto, rubato, scherzando, scherzo, scherzoso, semibreve, semiquaver, shaped note, sharp, sixteenth note, sixty-fourth note, slur, sordo, sotto voce, staccato, stretto, sustained note, tercet, thirty-second note, tone, touch, tremolando, tremoloso, trillando, triplet, whole note

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