'Presto' is an Italian equivalent of 'fast tempo''.The Italian word is an adverb. It literally means 'early, quick, soon'. It's pronounced 'PREH-stoh'.
"Early" as an adverb, "I lend" as a verb, and "speedy tempo" as a noun; "I render" as a verb and "speedy tempo" as a noun; and "I lend" as a verb, "on-time" as an adverb, and "speedy tempo" as a noun are the respective English equivalents of the Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish word presto. Context makes clear which meaning prevails. The respective pronunciations will be "PREH-sto" in Italian and Spanish and "PREH-shtoo" in Cariocan and continental Portuguese.
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Tempo primo: first tempo. You changed tempo earlier, now go back to the original tempo
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the tempo is 186.098
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a tempo/at tempo/Tempo 1
The word for tempo fluctuations can be a few different words, depending on how the tempo is fluctuating. Accelerando is when the tempo speeds up. Ritardando is when the tempo slows down.
it has a moderate tempo
Tempo in Italian means "tempo," "time" or "weather" in English.