"Andante" is at "a walking pace." Finding the tempo of a few people's performances of this piece, I recommend taking this to mean playing at the very slow end of Andante: About 80 bpm. Tempo Markings. For example, a metronome may have allegro marked at 120 beats per minute and andante marked at 80 beats per minute. Andante indicates that the piece is relatively slow (slower than the middle-speed Moderato) but faster than Adagio. On a metronome, it could be anything from 76-108. Andantino – slightly faster than andante (although in some cases it can be taken to mean slightly slower than andante) (78-83 BPM) Marcia moderato – moderately, in the manner of a marc h (83-85 BPM) Moderato – moderately (86–97 BPM) Allegretto – moderately quick (98–109 BPM) Allegro – fast, quickly and bright (109–132 BPM) Andante generally falls between 76 and 108 bpm, and generally translates to a "walking pace" or "moderately slow." Andante moderato – between andante and moderato (thus the name) (92–98 bpm) Moderato – at a moderate speed (98–112 bpm) Allegretto – by the mid-19th century, moderately fast (102–110 bpm); see paragraph above for earlier usage; Allegro moderato – close to, but not quite allegro (116–120 bpm) A tempo marking that is a word or phrase gives you the composer’s idea of how fast the music should feel. Here below, I'm going to add a list of a few MUSIC TEMPO Expressions. – Dekkadeci Mar 31 '17 at 12:26 The music tempo informs us how fast or slow we have to play and what is the MOOD that defines a musical piece.. Music Tempo Piano Lesson (Allegro, Moderato, Andante, Adagio) by pianoplayit Music is moving through time. It is a tempo marking, meaning it is an indication of how fast or slow you should go. A royal procession isn't typically in a hurry, so I would anticipate a tempo in mid-andante ("andante" means "walking"- somewhere either side of 90 beats per minute) range. But it could be faster or slower, but that's a range to start from. These words describe how fast or slow you have to play and what kind of mood you should be producing. It always depends … A tempo marking that is a word or phrase gives you the composer’s idea of how fast the music should feel. Allegro should certainly be quite a bit faster than andante, but it may not be exactly 120 beats per minute. @Neil Meyer, I partially disagree--Con Moto is a character indication, but Andante is a tempo marking. How fast a piece of music feels depends on several different things, including the texture and complexity of the music, how often the beat gets divided into faster notes, and how fast the beats themselves are (the metronome marking). The Italian term "maestoso" best translates into English as "majestic". Molto means "very."
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