Ian Crisp wrote:
>>The repeat sign is not among the ambiguities of the score that requires
>>interpretation. It is there for all to see. One either respects the
>>composer's wishes by following it, or disrespects them by not.
>Are there any signs in the score that are not there for all to see?
They're there for all to see but require interpretation and will vary from
performer to performer. To name a few:
Crescendos and diminuendos.
Rallentandos, ritardandos, allargandos.
espressivo, intenso, con garbo, appasionata, dolce, cantabile
Some markings that require no interpretation: