Translation of crescendo in Spanish:


crescendo, n.

Pronunciation /krəˈʃɛnˌdoʊ//krɪˈʃɛndəʊ/

nounPlural crescendos

  • 1

    crescendo masculine
    • Each piece has multiple tension points and crescendos to keep your ear engaged for a hard listen, but it honestly works best as background music.
    • The musical phraseology was convincing, and the crescendos and decrescendos were accurately measured and performed.
    • The final crescendo was stunningly articulated!
    • As crescendo after crescendo uplifts the piece, the group becomes more and more abrasive and unforgiving.
    • I was dissatisfied with my execution of the crescendos and decrescendos in the ‘A Section’ of the work's scherzo movement.
    • As Sora walked further down the hall, the redhead's sensitive ears picked up a gradual crescendo of a beautifully played piano.
    • The second is a three-part lullaby and the finale a moto perpetuo in gradual crescendo.
    • The music rose in a whirling crescendo as the tempo got faster.
    • Instead, it had more of a gradual crescendo, a spirit to it that demanded a faster movement.
  • 2

    punto culminante masculine
    • Occasionally, when he's reaching the crescendo of his argument, he runs off to grab a placard and brandishes it to drive home his point.
    • These ideas come to a crescendo in the book's final collection of essays.
    • But the excitement reached a crescendo when the dance floor was thrown open.
    • It was during this time that the lobbying reached a crescendo, and it paid off.
    • They talk about how you build up your script to a crescendo, how you develop subplots, and all sorts of other mechanical rules.
    • The sudden ending, while building up to a crescendo, leaves you thinking, ‘What if?’
    • The storm reached a crescendo as they crossed the stream, Plum Run.
    • As minutes ticked by, excitement reached a crescendo.
    • The careful selection and placement of each noise and voice ensures that as each amplifies the other, they remain distinct, and build to a crescendo of emotion.
    • This kind of criticism reached a crescendo in the summer of 1862.
    • Anti-immigrant propaganda has reached a crescendo over the past month, as both parties compete to prove they are harsher on immigration.
    • The reasons did come to a crescendo in the end and referred to discretion.
    • After Augustine had become a bishop, the theme of man's absolute need for grace rose to a crescendo.
    • The sandstorm hit us that day and built to a crescendo during the next day.
    • His eyes widened as the pain reached a crescendo.
    • In early April, this propaganda campaign reached a crescendo.
    • All this is happening all at the same time, and it's all working up to a crescendo where there is going to be a sudden shift.
    • This is bad news for a company which depends so highly on retail sales which should rise to a crescendo in the run-up to Christmas.
    • As the vocal chords stretched, the cheering reached a crescendo.