Bold, courageous

"Ardito" is an Italian adjective that translates to "bold" or "courageous" in English, conveying the meanings of "fearlessness" or "daring".

In music, "ardito" is an expression marking used to instruct performers to play with a bold or courageous quality, evoking a sense of audacity and adventurous spirit.

In other words, when interpreting "ardito", performers should aim to bring out the music with fearless and daring characteristics, allowing the audience to experience a bold and adventurous musical ambiance that reflects the courage and determination inherent in the composition.

Example of Ardito

Daniel Schnyder - Mozart in China for Solo Violin and String Orchestra: I. Ardito