dal segno

adverb dal se·gno \däl-ˈsā-(ˌ)nyō\

Definition of DAL SEGNO

—used as a direction in music to return to the sign that marks the beginning of a repeat

Origin of DAL SEGNO

Italian, from the sign
First Known Use: circa 1854


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