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"A slightly slowed, very calm walking pace" is an English equivalent of the Italian phrase andantino molto calmo. The music term most famously references a tempo which involves 80 - 108 beats per minute. The pronunciation will be "AN-dan-TEE-no MOL-to KAL-mo" in Italian.

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