Tutti vs. Ripieno
Difference Between Tutti and Ripieno
All. Used chiefly as a direction to indicate that all performers are to take part.
(music) The part of a concerto grosso in which the ensemble plays together; contrasted with the concertino.
An ensemble of musicians, in contrast to a soloist or group of soloists, in a concerto.
A passage of ensemble music intended to be executed by all the performers simultaneously.
(music) All together. Indicates that the remainder of a group should join in playing after a solo or other passage with a reduced number of voices.
(music) All together; with all playing at once.a tutti passage
(music) A passage in which all members of an orchestra are playing