molto molto

Definition(s):

  • (adv) much

Usage(s):

  1. While there may be a scherzo of cartoons, a largo of literature, a rondo of reportage, the allegro in each addition is still the girls, and molto con brio.
  2. Liszt, from his piano, interjected a Fuocoso molto energico; the slender Chopin added an exquisite largo.
  3. Giovanni Martinelli, 83, dashing tenor whose voice rang molto con brio across the Metropolitan Opera stage for 32 years; of a ruptured aorta; in Manhattan.

News

  • 5 Places For Great Italian in San Antonio

    Add these to your list of molto buono ristorantes to visit when craving Italian: Dough Pizzeria Napoletana (6989 Blanco Road): Featured on Food Network’s Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives, Dough is owned by chef Doug and wife Lori Horn. Fresh ingredients, creamy burrata, and unique daily specials make it one of the top places to get a great pie. Get there early unless you really like waiting. (Thanks ...
    on July 11, 2013     Source: San Antonio Current

Quotes

  1. "The story of Kindle County is sort of larger than any one book," Turow says. "These characters move from the foreground to the background to the middle ground. I love that. I find it endlessly amusing to see the way, for example, Tommy Molto...
    on Apr 28, 2010 By: Scott Turow Source: Los Angeles Times

  2. "What [Linguality] is doing is 'molto bella'," says Veltroni. "Helping people read [books] in Italian, with simply a key to those 'grey areas,' seems to me to be excellent- even socially correct. It'sa totally different reading experience."
    on May 21, 2008 By: Walter Veltroni Source: Business Wire (press release)

  3. "He's sort of a Segovia con molto accelerando," Crosby says in one of the biography's many well-chosen film clips, as Paul tears off a dazzling riff on "Back Home in Indiana."
    on Jul 7, 2007 By: Bing Crosby Source: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

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