“Merely the andante,” said Kingsnorth, shrugging his shoulders.
So they plunged again into an andante and Scherzo of Beethoven.
As Celeste began the andante, Nora signified to the Barone to drop his work.
The andante is religioso, and is fervent rather than sombre.
What a force of artistic expression is displayed in the eighteen bars of andante which close the introduction!
In the beginning of spring, he started on the third movement, an andante with variations.
A remarkable instance of this is the andante of the Symphony in G major.
The hour was growing late, and only the andante and Finale were played.
He took the first part prestissimo—the andante allegro—and the Rondo more prestissimo still.
This andante (Ries continues) has left a painful memory in me.
musical direction, "moderately slow," 1742, from Italian andante, present participle of andare "to go," from Vulgar Latin ambitare (source of Spanish andar "to go"), from Latin ambitus, past participle of ambire "to go round, go about" (see ambient).