"The Music of Words" by Senna_Rei
Categories: Kingdom Hearts, La Corda D'Oro, Naruto, Poetry & Song, Bleach, Pokemon, Katekyo Hitman Reborn!, Fairy Tail, Shugo Chara, Kuroshitsuji , Final Fantasy 13, Dissidia: Final Fantasy, Durarara!!, Kaichou wa Maid-Sama
Description: Okay, so this is my challenge X3 I think it’s easy. Maybe ^^;.
--Write a series of drabbles for each and every one of these prompts! Unless, of course, there’s one or two that you absolutely can’t add in, but I’d prefer it if you used all of them. --Every single one of these 50 terms are musical terms, most in Italian, but some in French, German, English, even Latin.
--These terms are in alphabetical order. Re-arrange these in anyway you’d like or find convenient.
--If you have any other musical words that you want to put in, by all means add it in. But it has to be a musical term.
--Even though these prompts are musical terms, your fiction doesn't necessarily have to be musical.
--Any pairings, any POV. Pretty much everything goes.
--Also there are two words I put in here that might help. "Intro (opening section)" and "Fine (the end)".
Only one rule: Have fun with this! ^.^
accent: Attack hard.
acceso: ignited, on fire
adagissimo: very, very slow
allegrezza: cheerfulness, joyfulness
altissimo: very high
animandosi: animated, lively
bellicoso: warlike, aggressive
bis (Lat): twice; i.e., repeat the relevant action or passage
bocca chiusa: with closed mouth
cédez (Fr): yield, give way
col pugno: with the fist
con dolore: with sadness
con spirito: with spirit; with feeling
diminuendo, dim.: dwindling
duolo: (Ital) grief
espirando: expiring; i.e., dying away
estinto: extinct, extinguished
fine: the end
immer (Ger): always
intro: opening section
ostinato: obstinate, persistent
parlando or parlante: like speech, enunciated
peu à peu (Fr): little by little
primo or prima (the feminine form): first
un, uno, or una: one
Zeichen (Ger): sign
zurückhalten (Ger): held back
Posted: 07/24/11 | Deadline: None