In a smooth, even style without any noticeable break between the notes. Used chiefly as a direction.(adverb)
A legato passage or movement.(noun)
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Use "legato" in a sentence
"Unfortunately, this school invented as well continuous legato, which is both false and monotonous; the abuse of nuances, and a mania for continual expressio used with no discrimination."
"Firstly the 303 is a monosynth so set the Subtractors Portamento = 25, Polyphony = 1 and mode to "legato""
"And yet he's able to calmly explain legato to his violin-playing grandson."