tempo

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التركية - التركية
Bir müzik parçasındaki bölümlerin hızlarını belirtmek için kullanılan kelime, vuruş
Vücut alıştırmalarının belirli süre içinde tekrarlanma hızı
Gidiş, ilerleyiş, gelişme hızı, tarz
Gidiş, ilerleyiş, gelişme hızı, tarz: "Maiyetindekiler onun çalışma temposuna yetişemezlerdi."- H. Taner
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
a frequency or rate
a move which is part of one's own plan or strategy and forces, e.g. by means of a check or attacking a piece, the opponent to make a move which is not bad but of no use for him
The number of beats per minute in a piece of music; also, an indicative term denoting approximate rate of speed in written music (examples: allegro, andante)
Speed or pace of dance or music; the use of slower and faster beats and steps
(music) the speed at which a composition is to be played
The speed of music
The speed of a piece
Beats per minute, as would be determined by a metronome [NOTE: Some Europeans use the term "tempo" to refer to what in English is more correctly called Pace ]
the rate of speed at which a musical composition is to be performed
How fast a piece of music goes How many beats, or pulses, there are in a minute
the rate of speed at which a musical composition proceeds Usually uses a quarter note as the timing reference
The chess equivalent to time involving moving pieces and keeping the initiative An example of a lost tempi is moving a piece twice in the opening before developing the rest of the army When moving a piece twice, the opponent is said to "gain a tempi" because he can take that extra move and secure his position, have a lead in development or begin an attack
Rate of speed or pace of music Tempo markings are traditionally given in Italian; common markings include: grave (solemn; very, very slow); largo (broad; very slow); adagio (quite slow); andante (a walking pace); moderato (moderate); allegro (fast; cheerful); vivace (lively); presto (very fast); accelerando (getting faster); ritardando (getting slower); and a tempo (in time; returning to the original pace)
The rate of speed at which a musical composition is performed Tempo is indicated by a tempo marking (usually in Italian), which describes the general speed (and often the mood) of a piece or section Allegro (fast), andante (fairly slow) and adagio (slow) are common tempo markings
Like speed, but a fine adjust At the default speed (6), it is in BPM (beats per minute) In more technical terms, tempo is Frames_Per_Second = 0 4 * Tempo_Setting
(chess) a move which is part of ones own plan or strategy and forces, e.g. by means of a check or attacking a piece, the opponent to make a move which is not bad but of no use for him
The tempo of a piece of music is the speed at which it is played. In a new recording, the Boston Philharmonic tried the original tempo
The tempo of an event is the speed at which it happens. owing to the slow tempo of change in an overwhelmingly rural country = pace
The rate at which the music moves measured in Beats Per Minute (how many steady even pulses there are in the music per minute)
the rate of some repeating event
The speed, at which a tune is played, measured in BPM
(Music) The number of beats per minute in a piece of music; also, an indicative term denoting approximate rate of speed in written music (examples: allegro, andante)
The speed of the music: Slow, Medium, Fast normally measured by the number of beats per minute
– The speed of a piece of music as it is played or sung
{i} rhythm, beat
In music, the speed at which the notes are performed
The rate of speed in a musical work
the speed at which a piece or passage of music is played
The rate or degree of movement in time
the speed of a musical passage or composition
The speed at which music is played, designated in measures per minute and the number of beats per measure, or in beats per minute
A term referring to how fast or how slow a piece is played which is quantified in beats per minute
the speed of a musical piece Henry Reed discusses tempo in his performance of a clog, pointing out that the tempo should be moderate to enable the dancers to keep up with the music
The speed of a piece of music
the speed of the beat in a composition
(music) the speed at which a composition is to be played the rate of some repeating event
The speed at which a Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) file is played Tempo is measured in beats per minute (BPM); typical MIDI tempo is 120 BPM See also Musical Instrument Digital Interface
tempo mark
A mark placed on the score by the composer describing how the passage should be played
tempo of modern living
modern pace of life, speed of life in modern times
tempi
plural of tempo
tempi
Tempi is a plural of tempo
tempos
plural of tempo
up-tempo
An up-tempo piece of music has a fast beat. an up-tempo arrangement of `Some Enchanted Evening'. moving or happening at a fast rate
التركية - الإنجليزية
pace

Come on, pick up the pace. - Hadi, tempoyu artırın.

I do things at my own pace. - Ben işleri kendi tempomda yaparım.

tempo
beat

Tom beat the drum at a slow tempo. - Tom davulu yavaş bir tempoda çaldı.

Feel the rhythm and follow the beat. - Ritmi hissedin ve tempoyu takip edin.

swing
time
going
cadence
tempo, beat
movement
tempo tutmak
beat time
tempo tutmak
to keep time, to beat time
tempo tutmak
to keep time, beat time
tempo tutmak
shake a leg
tempo tutmak
keep time
tempo ölçer
metronome
tempo ışık göstergeleri
(Muzik) tempo in lambs
gidiş, yol, tarz, tempo
going, way, style, tempo
tempi
temp
yavaş tempo
slow tempo
birinci tempo
(Spor) first tempo
hızlı tempo
quick time
hızlı tempo ile
presto
parmaklarıyla tempo tutmak
drum
vurgusuz tempo
upbeat
tempo
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