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Excerpt from A Musical Dictionary: Comprising the Etymology and Different Meanings of All the Terms That Most Frequently Occur in Modern Composition
A battu'ta', (ital.) by beating. An expression generally employed after a break in the time of any piece by a recitative, cantabile ad libitum, &c. To apprise the performer that the measure isito be resumed, and the time beaten as before.
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