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By Harry Collis, Mario Risso

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  • Drive anyone up a wall --annoy somebody drastically
  • Raise a stink --protest strongly
  • Pull a persons' leg --fool somebody
  • All thumbs --clumsy
  • Shoot the breeze --chat informally
  • Feel like one million funds --feel impressive
  • Duck soup --easy, effortless

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Fan-&w-tish). Farandole, Fr. nA-Jo/). France in 6-8 time. _ > % Fastdso, of an instrumental com- in the style of the above. lively dance of Southern Pompous. Festival. Feier, Ger. (ft-er). Feier-gesang, Ger. (Jt-ei-ghe-sdngA). Festival hymn. Festive, solemn. Feierlich, Ger. ( /V-er-likh). Fein, Ger. (fin). Fermame'nte, It. Delicate, refined. (far-ma-wzdw-te). With firmness. Fermata, It. (far-wza-tay. A pause, hold, interruption. F6rmo, //. (fdr-mo). Firm, decided. Fer6ce, a, //. (fa-rJ-che). ale ; a, add ; a care ; Wild, a, fierce.

Pride, dignity. pitch; high register. H6heit, Ger. (Ao-tiit). Dignity. Hold. The character /r\ placed over or under a note indi6, old ; o, odd ; 6, done ; oo, moon ; u, lute ; u, but ; u, (French). PRONOUNCING DICTIONARY 34 eating that such a note is to be prolonged beyond its The hold is also placed over a bar or time-value. double-bar indicating a pause before proceeding to the next measure or movement. It may also indicate the end of the composition. Homophone, Fr. The enharmonic of any tone, as g of fx.

Restless, vehement. Haughty, (em-pa-re-J-zo). lofty. ImpetO, It. (em-pe-to). Impetuosity. Impetu6so, It. (em-pa-too-J-zo). Impetuous. Impone'nte, In, It. It. (em-po-a-te). and Ger. Inacutire, Imposing, impressive. Into, in. To make //. (en-"a-koo-#-re). Inbrunst, Ger. (i-broonst). Inbrunstig, Ger. (r-briins-tig). a, ale ; a, add ; a, care ; "a, sharp. Ardor, fervor. arm ; Ardent, fervent. e, eve ; , end ; I, ice ; T, ill; OF MUSICAL TERMS It. Incalzando, //. Indeciso, (en-kon-s6-/a-t6). It. Indifferdnte, Furiously.

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