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Week 9 Vocab.

Chorus

TermDefinition
Tempo time, determines how fast or slow the music is
Tempo Marks used by composers to help determine the speed of music. Composers started adding tempo markings (1750-1820)
Largo very slow, broad
Adagio slow
Andante walking tempo
Moderato moderately
Allegro fast and lively
Vivace very fast, lively
Presto even faster than vivace
Ritardando (rit.) gradually slow down
Rallentando (rall.) gradually slow down
Accelerando (accel.) gradually get faster
A Tempo return to normal tempo
Rubato freely, flexible tempo
Johann Maelzel german inventor & engineer, Classical Era; manufacturing the metronome in 1816
Metronome device invented during Classical Era, a pendulum that could produce a steady "ticking" beat at different speeds
Time Signature fraction found at the beginning , how to count music
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