scherzando [ skert-sahn-doh, -san- ]
1. (a musical direction) playful; sportive.
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB FOR SCHERZANDO
The middle movement is a Scherzando, and thereby hangs a little tale.
THE PIANOFORTE SONATA|J.S. SHEDLOCK
A coda of great bravery leads to the last movement, 286 which is marked "scherzando," but is rather martial in tone.
CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN COMPOSERS|RUPERT HUGHES
Origin: 1805–15; < Italian, gerund of scherzare to joke; see scherzo
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