Meaning vivace
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1680s, from Italian vivace "brisk, lively," from Latin vivac-, stem of vivax "lively, vigorous; long-lived, enduring" (see vivacity).
Source: etymonline.com

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Direction to performer to play a composition in a brisk, lively, and spirited manner.
Source: classicalworks.com

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A directive to perform the indicated passage of a composition in a lively or brisk manner.
Source: dictionary.onmusic.org

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  Lively and brisk. As a tempo marking, vivace is often considered slightly faster than allegro.
Source: violinonline.com

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(adj) (of tempo) very fast and lively(adv) lively, in music
Source: beedictionary.com

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  lively  
Source: musictheory.org.uk

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Italian tempo marking meaning “very lively.”
Source: ket.org

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Lively, brisk. When used as a tempo, generally faster than allegro, but not as fast as presto.
Source: laco.org

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 – very lively, up-tempo
Source: howtoplaypiano.ca

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lively and spirited
Source: blitzbooks.com.au

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Brisk, lively and spirited
Source: your-personal-singing-guide.com

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[It] lively, indicating a very fast tempo.
Source: hornplanet.com

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Lively, quick
Source: churchmusicians.org

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a tempo indication meaning lively. Roughly equivalent to “allegro” or possibly faster.
Source: robertcarney.net

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(It. lively, brisk) Used separately to indicate a tempo equivalent to allegro or faster, but often used with allegro: Allegro vivace.
Source: stocktonsymphony.org

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