agitated; restless or hurried in movement or style.
It is broken in upon by a strange version of the great love song, agitato in oboes, losing all its queenly pace.
Symphonies and Their Meaning; Third Series, Modern Symphonies Philip H. Goepp
This solo with chorus of the conspirators is minor, mysterioso, and agitato; it is the most interesting bass solo of the opera.
Stars of the Opera Mabel Wagnalls
The agitato finale means the close of the passage with a hurrying movement.
Ontario Teachers’ Manuals: Literature Ontario Ministry of Education
(music) (to be performed) in an agitated manner
a person who stirs up others in order to upset the status quo and further a political, social, or other cause: The boss said he would fire any union agitators. a machine or device for and mixing. Contemporary Examples As an agitator of stereotypes, how did you feel about The Birth of a Nation? Spike […]
a person who stirs up others in order to upset the status quo and further a political, social, or other cause: The boss said he would fire any union agitators. a machine or device for and mixing. Contemporary Examples She later told me she recognized several Socialist Workers Party agitators in the room. UK Jew’s […]
noun the use of pop music to promote political propaganda
agitation and propaganda, especially for the cause of communism. (often initial capital letter) an agency or department, as of a government, that directs and coordinates agitation and propaganda. Also, agitpropist. a person who is trained or takes part in such activities. of or relating to agitprop. Contemporary Examples Having reviewed anti-Israeli agitprop masquerading as theater, […]