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Maestoso (Mie-eh-stoe-zoe) is Italian for majestic. The word Italian can have these meanings: From or related to Italy The Italian people, or emigrants such as Italian Americans The Italian language Outside Italy, it is also used as an abbreviation for Italian dressing (a vinaigrette with herbs), and Italian sandwich (more commonly called a submarine sandwich). ...


Maestoso is an Italian musical term used as a directive to play a certain passage of music in a stately, dignified and majestic fashion. This article or section should be merged with musical terminology. ...


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"Maestoso" is a sculpture of a Friesian stallion walking on a windy day.
"Maestoso" is an Italian musical term that means "majestic" and has to do with tempo (the speed of a song).
"Maestoso" is available in two different patinas: fl and a marbled fl.
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Stuart John Wolstenholme was a founder-member of Barclay James Harvest, together with John Lees, Les Holroyd and Mel Pritchard, in 1967.
This is proving to be one of Woolly's most creative periods, with another M├Žstoso studio album, Grim, appearing in October 2005, and a new studio album being recorded at the time of writing, even as Woolly prepares for live and recording commitments with John Lees' Barclay James Harvest.
It's been wonderful having you back on the keyboard stool in recent years after way too long an absence, both with Maestoso and with John in the re-tooled BJH (a heart-warming return to the much-missed grandeur of yore!).
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