istesso (It.). Same. Used in such connections as l'istesso tempo, ‘The same speed’—usually meaning that, though the nominal value of the beat has changed, its actual time duration is to remain the same: for instance, the former beat may have been (say in 4 time) and the new one (say in 6 time) and these are to have the same time value.
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