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cantabile

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Etymology

Borrowed from Italian cantabile meaning "singable, capable of singing", derived from "cantare", meaning "to sing."

Adverb

cantabile

  1. (music): An indication that denotes that the piece should be played in a singing matter, as if the piece were vocalized. Singingly.

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