Just for fun... Some musical terms defined: --- Con Moto. I have a car. Allegro. A small car. Maestro. A bigger car. Metronome. Person who is small enough to fit into a Mini. Dim. Thick. Obbligato. Being forced to practice. Rit., Rall. Coming up to the bit you haven't practiced. Lento. Days leading up to Easto Cantata. Thankyou for the soft drink. Tutti. Ice cream. Largo. Brewed in Germany. Tonic. Often mixed with gin. Con spirito. Drunk. Coda. Type of fish, usually served with chipsa. Chord. Something organists play with one finger. Dischord. Something organists play with two fingers. Suspended chord. Used for lynching soloists. Improvisation. What you do when the music falls down. Syncopation. Bowel condition brought on by an overdose of Jazz. Crochet. A type of knitting. Quaver. The feeling you get before a gig when you haven't rehearsed enough. Time signatures. Things for drummers to ignore. Scales. Things fish have. Flat. A type of apartment. Fugue. Clever stuff. Prelude. Warm up session before the clever stuff. Acciaccatura/Appoggiatura. Types of insect. Trill. Bird food. Opus. Exclamation on finding that the cat has had an accident on the carpet. Piu Animato. If you don't clean that rabbit out, it will have to go. Virtuoso. Someone who can work wonders with Easy-Play music. p - piano. The neighbours have complained. f - forte. The neighbours are out. crescendo. Testing the neighbours' tolerance level. ff - fortissimo. To hell with the neighbours! pp - pianissimo. The neighbours are at the door. Source: unknown, dredged from the ancient bowels of the internet circa 2006.