What is the musical term for fast or slow?
The musical term for fast or slow is tempo.
Slow, not too fast!
Lento is the musical term for slow musical passages
Prestissimo is the fastest musical tempo, followed in decending tempo by presto (very fast), vivace (lively), allegro (fast), moderato (moderate), adante (walking pace), adagio (slow), largo (very slow), and grave (very, very slow). The term "accelerando" means to get faster, and "ritardando" means to get slower, while "a tempo" means to return to the original pace.
The musical term that means to slow tempo is ritardando. If you'd like to slow the tempo very quickly you'd call it a molto ritardando.
The musical term "largo" means that it is to be played in a very slow tempo.
The musical term for flowing moving along but not too slow is called an Andante. On the other hand, Allegro is quick, lively and bright.
Tempo is the speed of the rhythm of a song. Tempo means the fastness or slowness of the music. it means the speed fast or slow ... the speed of the beat
There are in fact, many terms for fast and slow tempos The most common fast tempo would be "allegro". But there are others: presto is one. The most common slow tempo is "adagio"
There are may ways to say slow like Lento Adagio Andante (moderately slow) There are many other ways to say slow but these are the basics Musical terms indicating a slow tempo include "Adagio", "Largo" and "Lento."
Tempo is the correct term.
It means fast.
Allegro, presto or vivace.
AS fast as possible
I foy mean the musical term for speed, it is Tempo, or for more specific speeds it is: (slowest to fastest) Largo Adagio Allegretto Moderato Allegro Vivace Presto Prestisimo
In Music 'Adagio' means 'Slow'
Lento or Ritardando
Adagio means "at ease" or play slowly.
Ritardando is a musical term meaning to gradually slow down in tempo.
allegro means lively and fast
Molto is an Italian word meaning "very". On a musical score, it might be put before another musical term like subito, making molto subito, which would mean "very slow".
Allegro. Adage means slow.
"Largo" is a slow, plodding, heavy tempo - like the marching of elephants.
A ritardando (rit.) is a musical term which means to slow down the tempo.
It is tempo.
cheerful or brisk; but commonly interpreted as lively, fast
I'm not enirely sure, but I think it's 'allegro'.
Minuet: Slow and stately dance music written in triple time. Largo ... slower than Adagio and with great dignity. A Minuet is
No. That is why there is a term that refers to a "snails pace" meaning slow.
Tachy is the prefix to indicate any fast movement or activity. Brady is the prefix for slow.
Maestoso means light and majestic so it would probably be more slow than fast.
No. That is one reason there is a term called "snails pace" meaning very slow.
Andante- a steady walking pace, to be precise. Adagietto means a little faster than adagio. Larghetto is slow, but not as slow as Largo. note: mezzo piano means moderately soft
Concerto is the baroque form that follows the pattern fast-slow-fast. The baroque form concerto follows the patter fast-slow-fast.
Lento means slow. Lento would be at 40-60 beats per minute (bpm) on a metronome.
Concerto is the baroque form following the pattern fast-slow-fast.
Concerto is the baroque form that follows the pattern fast-slow-fast.
Tempo describes the speed of a song.
Scale is the correct musical term.
It is a musical term (in Italian) that means to slow down gradually an is often used at the end of a phrase or piece. It is usually abreviated Rit.
A Sonata piece is four movements (fast, slow, dance, fast), but sonata form is three sections within one of those movements (A B A)
A lion is slow and fast because, when it is just walking it is slow but when it is hunting it is super fast.
it dapents on how fast is fast to you and how slow is slow to you. say like 89 is fast to you but to someone els its slow like to a race car diver. and the same gos for slow=}
Play the notes much faster than before. Perhaps you mean the term "prestissimo".
kinkajous are not very fast animals or very slow animals actually they are very slow and fast animals
ones fast and ones slow
fast and slow
the music is slow and fast because some parts in the chorus its fast and in the verses its slow so it would be either but if its for an assessment you would put both its fast and slow becuase......................................................... its fast in the chorus and slow in the verses......................... :):):):):)
The correct answer is: Concerto.