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The dynamics is the volume of the piece and the tempo is the pace of the piece (slow or fast)
Tempo is the pace of the music (fast/slow), accent is the way the note is played-- quickly, or drawn-out.
A beat is like the tempo and never changes. the rhythm is the pattern of how the melody sounds.
The tempo describes if a piece of music is played fast or slow or something in between. The rhythm determines what you do with a piece of music, do you waltz or march or what. You march to Stars and Stripes Forever. You waltz to the Blue Danube Waltz. You tango to a Tango.
same motor, same driveline, same size, just electronics differ a little ( such as a/c or power locks etc..).
Between about 105-120BPM.
General Tempo usually refers to the Tempo L (basic model) or it can refer to common aspectsx and similarities between all models.
Rapping is like talking with a rhythm, while singing is more melodic. Both can be at any tempo and one does not become the other because of how fast or slow the tempo is.
The intended tempo for any classical music piece is determined by its composer. It can be slow, fast, or anywhere in between.
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A ballad is a type of narrative poem that is meant to be sung and tells a story through the song. A love song is a song that has intimacy and has a faster tempo then a ballad.
Tempo primo: first tempo. You changed tempo earlier, now go back to the original tempo
Yes. Key refers to the music scale or chords that are dominant in the music, while tempo refers to the speed of the piece.
Allegreto is a tempo between Moderato & Allegro. It is also a song by Diabelli
No, the word "tempo" is not an adverb.The word "tempo" is a noun.
Tempo in Italian means "tempo," "time" or "weather" in English.
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An Irish Jig has a 6/8 Tempo, while an Irish Reel has a 4/4 Tempo. An Irish musician put it to me this way: If you can say "Black and Decker, Black and Decker" to the music, then it's a reel. If you can say "rashers and sausages, rashers and sausages," it's a jig.
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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.
Tempo giusto is literally translated from Italian as "the right tempo." Its meaning is debated. Some interpret it as simply meaning strict time, as opposed to rubato or other loose tempo indications. Others interpret it as meaning the tempo that feels right to the performer. There are also some who interpret "tempo giusto" as the average human heart rate, between 66 and 76 bpm. The exact meaning of this indication depends on the composer, the piece, and the context.
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