Music: literally “at pleasure” - indicating that the performer may take liberties with an aspect of the song, usually referring to tempo or dynamics.
Albert Camus. Caligola
designer: Wieslaw Walkuski
1. intrusive or presumptuous, as persons or their actions; insolently rude; uncivil; insulting; brazen; cheeky.
2. not pertinent or relevant; irrelevant.
3. Archaic: inappropriate, incongruous, or absurd.
4. Obsolete: (of persons) trivial, silly, or absurd.
Etymology: Middle English < Late Latin impertinent- (stem of impertinēns) - not belonging.