Saw the abbreviation l.v. on a piece of classical music. anybody any idea what it means?
forth degree of a scale

EDIT: romon mumerals IV=4

that would be my guess
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i know nothing about classical and mytheory is limited what do you say it is?
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What is it? A tempo marking, expression marking?

i probably should ahve asked that o well
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some sheet music i have seen "LV" means low volume, which was used many years ago, but may have been phased out by other terms now like "pianissimo" (very quiet).
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It's short for laissez vibrer, which means 'let them vibrate'. Refers to when you clash cymbals together you hold them away from your body and let them vibrate