Definition of Marcato

1. a. In a marked emphatic manner; -- used adverbially as a direction.



Definition of Marcato

1. Adverb. (music) stressed; pronounced. ¹

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Definition of Marcato

1. a musical passage played with strong accentuation [n -TOS]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Marcato

marblier
marbliest
marbling
marblings
marbly
marbofloxacin
marc
marcantant
marcasites
marcasitic
marcasitical
marcatissimo
marcato (current term)
marcatos
marcel
marcel wave
marceline
marcelines
marcella
marcellas
marcelled
marceller
marcellers
marcelling
marcels
marcescence
marcescent

Literary usage of Marcato

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1. A Dictionary of Music and Musicians (A.D. 1450-1880) by John Alexander Fuller-Maitland, George Grove (1880)
"This he does frequently, as 'Allegro marcato,' in the third of the Intermezzi, op. ... As a rule marcato is coupled with a certain degree of force, ..."

2. AnthemsChoruses, Sacred (Mixed voices) with organ (1908)
"Hosts on high, His power pro - claim ; Heaven and earth, and all ere - a - tion, ' ben marcato. - - Laud and mag - ni - fy His ben ..."

3. Music of Nature, Or, An Attempt to Prove that what is Passionate and by William Gardiner (1849)
"STACCATO, marcato, AND LEGATO. The first of these terms, written thus,— implies ... The next term, marcato, is expressed by a spot put over the head of the ..."

4. The Technics of Bel Canto by Giovanni Battista Lamperti, Maximilian Heidrich (1905)
"la la la la la_ la la la la la la la la la la la la_ f Sf Lento e marcato. (H intonation la la- la la la_ ' la ..... » In the above exercises, ..."

5. The True Method of Tone Production: A New and Complete Course of Voice Training by John Andrew Broekhoven (1908)
"marcato. — The Italian word "marcato" means to mark, or emphasize the tone. The marcato is executed on the vowel of a word or syllable by a slight action of ..."

6. Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians by George Grove, John Alexander Fuller-Maitland (1907)
"The sign which is equivalent to marcato is < over the separate notes, but this refers to the notes themselves, and marcato to the whole passage. м. ..."

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