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Accarezzevole [akkaretˈtseːvole] (Italian: "Fawningly") is a music term that is marked on sheet music to indicate a piece is to be played in an expressive and caressing manner. Alexander Scriabin was one of the few composers to use this term in his music.
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- Attwood, Koji. "Scriabin, Extensive Biography". The Piano Society. Retrieved 28 January 2009.
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