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Most pop songs are in the high-average range, around 120 BPM.
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A fast tempo is used with pop music. The equivalent in Italian is allegro for 'fairly fast' and vivace for 'very fast'. The two words in Italian are pronounced 'ahl-LEH-…groh' and 'vee-VAH-chay', respectively.
Tempo means time. In music tempo represents at what speed the song is going to be played or sung. Consider a pianist and a violinist are playing the same tune. Both of them mu…st play in same speed to bring uniformity. Both of them should start on same time and end on same time. So the speed at which both of them decided to play is called Tempo.
Usually beween 3- 3 1/2 minutes.
Typically and historically, most radio stations will resist playing a song that is over 5 minutes in length, although it used to be 4. Many pop songs of the 80's and ninties w…ere this length, as stations would refuse to play songs longer than this. The Beatles may have been the first to over come this barrier in the late sixties with their song "Hey Jude", which was well over the 4 minute mark. It was a single release and it did get much airplay because of their popularity, although many other stations still would not play the record.
somewhere around 105
It really depends on the song.
An example of an ADAGIO TEMPO is --> "New World Symphony"
i belive it is 140 or 164 bpm
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Like a G6, California Gurls. Break your Heart. A lot of them by Taio Cruz. Goodieluck!
What is the order of magnitude for the number of minutes in an average pop songs heard on the radio?