Somewhat fast but not too much

Andantino is a musical term that denotes a moderate tempo. It comes from Italian, meaning "a little faster" or "somewhat fast but not too much". Andantino is typically used to indicate that the performer should play at a speed that is faster than Adagio but slower than Moderato, usually ranging from 76 to 108 beats per minute. In terms of performance style, Andantino should be played as relaxed, graceful, and light.

Example of Andantino

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Andantino (HQ)

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