Appassionato



impassioned; with or strong feeling.
Historical Examples

If George shies at this, it can be tried again later—say during an “appassionato” passage for the violins and cellos.
Perfect Behavior Donald Ogden Stewart

The first movement begins solemnly, but breaks into an appassionato.
Contemporary American Composers Rupert Hughes

appassionato ammiratore ed invitto apologista dell’ Omero Ferrarese.
The Works of Lord Byron, Volume 2 George Gordon Byron

adjective, adverb
(music) (to be performed) in an impassioned manner

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