Re: Con raghezza?

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Saul Davis Zlatkovski on #148637

You have a poorly copied copy, Sam, it say “con vaghezza.” The ascending stroke on the right side of the v is broken and barely visible.

As for accuracy, when Italian is used for musical terms by non-Italians, we don’t always follow the rules, or the same rules, for instance, “glissando.” Gliss is French, not Italian.