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What does Allegro vivace mean?
Similarly, what does Vivace mean in music?
Definition. The Italian musical term vivace, lit. “lively,” is an indication to play in a very quick, upbeat tempo; “lively.”
what is the order of tempos from slowest to fastest? From slowest to fastest: Larghissimo – very, very slow (19 BPM and under) Grave – slow and solemn (20–40 BPM) Lento – slowly (40–45 BPM)
Subsequently, question is, what are the types of tempo?
Basic tempo markings
- Larghissimo — very, very slow (20 bpm and below)
- Grave — slow and solemn (20–40 bpm)
- Lento — slowly (40–60 bpm)
- Largo — broadly (40–60 bpm)
- Larghetto — rather broadly (60–66 bpm)
- Adagio — slow and stately (literally, "at ease") (66–76 bpm)
- Adagietto — rather slow (70–80 bpm)
- Andante moderato — a bit slower than andante.
What is considered fast BPM?
Larghetto (less slow) is 60–66 BPM. Adagio (moderately slow) is 66–76 BPM. Andante (walking speed) is 76–108 BPM. Moderato (moderate) is 108–120 BPM. Allegro (fast) is 120–168 BPM.