mouvement (Fr., abbreviated to mouvt.). Movt., either in the sense of motion, or a section of a large comp., such as a sym. (see movement). Sometimes (as in Debussy), the word is used to indicate a return to the orig. speed after some tempo deviation. Mouvement perpétuel is the Fr. equivalent of perpetuum mobile.
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