- n a gradually increasing tempo of music
my ear will not accept such violent accelerandos
- s gradually increasing in tempo
- r with increasing speed
here you must play accelerando
- Tape recorder in hand, he simply camps at the seashore or in a rain forest, and lets Mother Nature herself compose an accelerando of breaking waves or a pizzicato polka of storm .
- As exhilarating as the final accelerando of Tchaikovsky's Fourth Symphony were the dancelike body movements with which Ozawa conducted it.
- An expanse of heads nodded rhythmically until a galloping accelerando brought the audience to their feet.
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- Bing Crosby in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
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."