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accelerando gradually speeding up in tempo (used as a musical direction).
allegretto light, graceful, and quick in tempo, but slower than allegro (used as a musical direction). [1/2 definitions]
allegro fast and brisk in tempo (used as a musical direction). [1/2 definitions]
andante moderately slow in tempo (used as a musical direction). [1/2 definitions]
andantino somewhat faster than andante in tempo (used as a musical direction). [1/2 definitions]
assai1 very (used with tempo directions in music).
a tempo in the same tempo as before (used as a musical direction after a slower or faster passage).
boogie strongly rhythmic rock-'n'-roll with a fast tempo, often in a blues form. [1/3 definitions]
double time a doubling of the tempo in a piece of music. [1/3 definitions]
fast-paced having a rapid beat or tempo. [1/3 definitions]
lentissimo in a very slow tempo (used as a musical direction).
meno less (used with tempo directions in music).
moderato with a moderate pace or tempo (used as a musical direction).
mon troppo not too much; in moderation (used with tempo directions in music).
non troppo not too much; in moderation (used with tempo directions in music).
pił more (used with tempo directions in music).
poco a little; somewhat (used with tempo directions in music).
presto at a very fast tempo (used as a musical direction). [2/5 definitions]
quickstep music for a military march in a quick tempo. [1/2 definitions]
rallentando gradually slowing in tempo; ritardando (used as a musical direction).
salsa Latin American dance music combining Afro-Cuban and Puerto Rican elements with jazz, rock, and blues, and played at a fast tempo. [1/2 definitions]