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Tempo Commands - Glossary of Music Commands
Consult the tempo command glossary organized by BPM or by alphabet.
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Rhythm and Tempo Quiz - Musical Tests and Quizzes - Piano
Test yourself on BPM, tempo terminology, and other rhythmic commands of sheet music. Challenge your understanding of music theory and notation with this ...
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Tempo Marks & Terminology - Tour of Sheet Music
The tempo is the speed of a song, or the speed at which beats are repeated. Tempo commands specify the tempo of a song, and are written above the very first ...
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Rhythm & Tempo Glossary - Piano - About.com
Musical tempo terms & commands | Piano Glossaries.
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German Musical Terms - Tempo Commands in German - Piano
breit: “broad/broadly”; an indication to play with a very slow, wide tempo; to play slowly with broad, stretched out beats. BPM: 40-60. The command breiter ...
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Musical Tempo Glossary - Rhythm & Tempo Glossary - Piano
ad libitum: The Latin command ad libitum can be an indication: ... tempo of a song above the very first measure as metronome marks or tempo word commands.
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BPM of Tempo Markings - French Tempo Glossary - Piano - About.com
Metronome Marks for French & German Tempo Commands By Brandy Kraemer, About.com Guide. Learn the speed indicated by tempo word commands.
http://piano.about.com/library/PianoGlossaries/bl_Multilingual-Tempo-BPM.htm
Italian Piano Glossary - Musical Commands - About.com
pił: “more”; used with other musical commands to increase their effects. Opposite of meno. ... Essential Beginner Piano Terms · Tempo Commands & BPM ...
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Meaning of a Tempo - Italian Musical Terms - Piano - About.com
The Italian musical phrase a tempo (“to the tempo”) indicates a return to the original tempo after a speed-altering command such as accelerando or rallentando.
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Musical Tempo Glossary - Rhythm & Tempo Glossary - Piano
poco a poco: “little by little”; used with other musical commands to make their effects slow and ... How to Read Metronome Marks · Tempo Command Quiz
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