Origin and Etymology of largo
First Known Use: 1683See Words from the same year
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Scott Hostetler traced a melting legato line in the famous English horn solo of the largo, although Muti’s easing the pace later in the slow movement threatened to stifle forward impetus.
The largo tempo and throwback style has led to a banner season in Moraga.
Urgently dramatic outer movements enclosed the caustic jollity of the allegretto and the anguished threnody of the largo.
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