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Jul 8, 2021

[Answer] Which of these is NOT a tempo instruction?

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...Tempo instructions tell the conductor the speed at which to lead the musicians to create a specific sound. In orchestra settings, Italian words are used to indicate the tempo. “Largo” means wide or broad, indicating a very slow tempo. “Presto” means very fast, and “adagio” means slow and stately.




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