A mark placed above the stave where the composer requests
that the performer break the musical line and breathe,
producing a desired phrase shape.
(Italian) Increasingly loud (cresc.)
(Italian) to get gradually softer (decresc.)
(Italian) musical symbol placed over a note
or rest to be extended beyond its normal duration.
(Italian) A rapid scale produced by sliding the finger from one note to another.
An indication of the speed at which a piece is to be played,
in this case 66 quarter notes per minute.
Duration of the note symbol on the left (as applied in the section to follow)
is the same as the duration of the note symbol on the right
(as applied in the section just finished).
Note(s) held over.