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|GUEST,Rachel||Ritenuto, ritardanto and ralletando (17)||RE: Ritenuto, ritardanto and ralletando||24 Jan 01|
That's how I thought it. A not very well known book that I have writes "Ritenuto (rit): A little slower", "Ritardando (Ritard): More slower" and "Ralletando (rall): bigger slower". I guess it is wrong isn't it? I believe Rallentando, rall is getting little by little slower and is synonymous with ritardando and ritenuto is going suddently slower. But is rallentando and ritardanto slower than ritenuto?