In a melodious, flowing style; in a singing style, as opposed to bravura, recitativo, or parlando.
A piece or passage, whether vocal or instrumental, peculiarly adapted to singing; -- sometimes called cantilena.
(Ital.) : Singingly; in lyric fashion.
At a walking speed and in singing style.
kahn- tah-bee-lay] (Italian) "Singing." Music performed in a singing style. The term can be added to a tempo marking ( andante cantabile, for example) or placed over a melodic line.
Songful, in a singing style.
(kahn-TAH-bley) Indicates a "singing style is to be used.
graceful, pleasing, singing style; a pleasing, flowing melody.
( Cantabile) In a singing or vocal style
(con-TAH-bee-lay) An expression (taken from the Italian â€œcantareâ€, meaning to sing) which asks the performer to sing or play in a sweetly singing manner. The term refers to a smooth and even style of singing or playing.
A singing, lyrical passage
(''It.'') â€“ "singingly" â€“ In a singing style.
An expression (another one taken from "cantare") which asks the performer to sing or play in a sweetly singing manner.
Cantabile is a musical term meaning literally "singable" or "songlike" (Italian). It has several meanings in different contexts. In instrumental music, it indicates a particular style of playing designed to imitate the human voice.