di molto
(dee MOLE-toe)


[It., very, extremely]


An expression used to augment the directive to which it is applied. This term is often used to modify tempo markings in a composition. For example, the term allegro di molto would mean very allegro (very fast).

See also [Eng.] much; [Eng.] very; [Fr.] très; [Fr.] beaucoup; [Ger.] viel; [Ger.] sehr; [It.] molto; [It.] di molto; [It.] assai.


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