from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adv. Music In a lively or vivacious manner. Used chiefly as a direction.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- Brisk; vivacious; with spirit; -- a direction to perform a passage in a brisk and lively manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In music, lively: noting passages to be rendered with rapidity of pace and brilliancy of style. The term is used either absolutely or to qualify indications of pace, as allegro vivace.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. lively, in music
- adj. (of tempo) very fast and lively
Chicago Bells) - occurred in the musicians 'attention to ensemble playing as running melodies underscored the hair-raising "vivace" movement.
… On est tous devenu des wasp même si la différenciation de la couleur de peau reste vivace.
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Heralding the Sandy Koufax segment, the perky opening bars of the "Allegro vivace" movement from Moses 'grandson Felix Mendelssohn's Fifth Symphony pipe up under the opening image.
Heralding the Sandy Koufax segment in Jews and Baseball, the perky opening bars of the "Allegro vivace" movement from Moses 'grandson Felix Mendelssohn's Fifth Symphony pipe up.
Allegro vivace movement from Moses grandson Felix Mendelssohn
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The third movement, Allegro molto vivace, ended with such impressive force that the audience couldn't help but clap, unable to contain themselves until after the fourth and final movement of the symphony.
Not sure which flowers are vivace and which aren't, but the little boy is awfully cute. vivace (vee-vas) adjective
L'absence n'est-elle pas, pour qui aime, la plus certaine, la plus efficace, la plus vivace, la plus indestructible, la plus fidèle des présences?
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