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glissando

in music, "glidingly, flowingly" (1842), also, as a noun, "a gliding from one note to the next," an Italianized form of French glissant, present participle of glisser "to slide" (see glissade). Related: Glissato; glissicando; glissicato.

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Definitions of glissando
1
glissando (n.)
a rapid series of ascending or descending notes on the musical scale;
2
glissando (adv.)
(musical direction) in the manner of a glissando (with a rapidly executed series of notes);
this should be played glissando, please
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