relatively slow(ly), but faster than largo: often used as a musical direction
Origin of larghettoItalian ; from largo: see largo
a larghetto movement or passage
In a slow tempo, usually slightly faster than largo but slower than adagio. Used chiefly as a direction.
A larghetto passage or movement.
Origin of larghettoItalian, diminutive of largo, largo; see largo.
- The larghetto tempo.
- Which tempo do you want, largo or larghetto?
- A composition or movement to be played larghetto.
- The larghetto from this suite is one of the composer's most evocative works.