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Spianato (It.: ‘level’, ‘smooth’, ‘even’; past participle of spianare, ‘to smooth out’)locked

  • Franklin Taylor

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A word used by Chopin in the Andante that precedes the Polonaise in E♭ op.22 to denote a smooth, even style of performance with little dynamic variety.

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