Give us the larghetto from Beethoven's second symphony.
"Backlog Studies" by Charles Dudley Warner
This, too, despite the larghetto in five-four time.
"Chopin: The Man and His Music" by James Huneker
The second or Larghetto movement was also a success, but to a less degree.
"The Lion's Share" by E. Arnold Bennett
In the Larghetto one group occasionally interrupts the other, giving it piquancy.
"Beethoven" by George Alexander Fischer
The second movement is a larghetto highly embroidered.
"Contemporary American Composers" by Rupert Hughes
These effects readily are discoverable in the larghetto of the Potocka concerto.
"The Pianolist" by Gustav Kobbé
The details of the larghetto must be studied (say, at the organ).
"Beethoven's Symphonies Critically Discussed" by Alexander Teetgen