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It is an abbreviation for loco. It means to play the music as written, and not make the tone higher or lower.
Lo. is the abbreviation for loco. This means to play the music as written, and so cancels any previous instructions to play an octave higher or lower
LO is the abbreviation for low fidelity. That means the it is not as high quality as other music in the way it was recorded.
LO is the abbreviation for Loco. Of course, I doubt that helped you any. So, let me elaborate. It's basically a way of saying to play the music as written.
It is most likely an abbreviation of "low" and refers to musical pitch or frequency. The opposite would be HI meaning "high".
The Term Lo Is an Abbriation For The Word Loco. Which Means Play The Te Music as It Was Written.
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