Italian words in English

(Italian developed from Latin and the following words came into English from Italian; most of which were derived from Latin)

a cappella (adverb)
1. Choral or vocal music performed without instrumental accompaniment.
2. From Italian; literally, according to (the style of the) chapel.
adagio (s) (noun), adagios (pl)
1. At ease, at leisure, slowly; such as, a musical passage, movement, or piece in adagio time.
2. Slowly: used as an instruction saying how a piece of music should be played or sung.
3. A slow ballet dance in which the female partner is supported or lifted while she holds various poses.
4. Etymology: Late 17th century from Italian, "at ease".

"Slowly, leisurely" from Italian ad agio, from ad, "to, at" + agio, "leisure"; which came from Vulgar (Common) Latin adjacens, adjacere, "to lie at, to lie near".

alfresco (adverb)
1. Taking place or located outdoors: "The family was eating alfresco in the back yard this evening."
2. Etymology: Italian, "in the fresh (air)".
alfresco (adjective)
Being outside in the open air: "Iva and Christa went to an alfresco restaurant which has outdoor dining."
alto (s) (noun), altos (pl)
1. A low female singing voice or a contralto.
2. Etymology: "a man with an alto voice", from Italian alto (canto), from Latin altus, "high". Originally a "high" man's voice, now it is more commonly applied to the lower range of women's voices.
andante (adjective)
A reference to playing a part of a music slowly: "Parts of the concert had andante movements."
andante (adverb)
Descriptive of music that is played slowly: "The rehearsal for the concert included practicing pieces that should be played andante."
andante (s) (noun), andantes (pl)
A musical composition or a part of a musical composition which is played somewhat slowly: "The conductor indicated that the orchestra was to play andante and there were several times when the andantes were presented."
aria (s) (noun), arias (pl)
A song in an opera which is sung by one person: "A musical may have a soloist singing an aria; however, there are often several arias being presented and each one is sung by a soloist."
Something sung, or a cantata is for voices, not a reference to instruments.
Literally, "an agreement" or "a union".
Increasing of sound.
espressivo molto
With much expressiveness.