Definition of semplice in English:

semplice

adverb

Music
  • (as a direction) in a simple style of performance.

    • ‘Ruffini divides his permutazione into types, namely permutazione semplice which are cyclic groups in modern notation, and permutazione composta which are non-cyclic groups.’
    • ‘A new symphony, the Sinfonia semplice, followed within months and Nielsen conducted its first performance himself, as he had all its predecessors except the First.’
    • ‘The opening Allegro maestoso is winningly done whilst the lovely Andante semplice also contains much that is beautiful and simple at the same time.’
    • ‘‘First Evening Stars’ is an elegant study in two-voice semplice playing and legato octaves.’
    • ‘Her lovely tone and delicately sculptured phrasing in the second movement Andante semplice were magical!’

Origin

Italian, literally simple.

Pronunciation:

semplice

/ˈsɛmplɪtʃeɪ/