adagio for strings by samuel barber tempo
 

adagio for strings by samuel barber tempo

    
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adagio for strings by samuel barber tempo    20:50 on Tuesday, September 19, 2006

Klarinet
(138 points)

Does anyone know the tempo for Adagio?

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Re: adagio for strings by samuel barber tempo    02:12 on Wednesday, September 20, 2006

kato
(66 points)

i have it as adagio meaning "slow, leisurely" at 66-76 b.p.m

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Re: adagio for strings by samuel barber tempo    02:38 on Monday, September 25, 2006

Musio4fun
(54 points)

Adagio is actually from 44-60 Andante is anything from 56-70 Moderato is Like 66-80 But it all depends

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Re: adagio for strings by samuel barber tempo    11:25 on Monday, September 25, 2006

AMB
(14 points)

Adagio doesn't have a specifc bpm indication, it's the composer's idea of how the music should FEEL, and the same tempo marking can mean different things to different composers. For some composers, largo is slower than adagio. For others, it's the other way around.

So, the bpm you use is going to depend on a lot of differnt things. Mostly it's going to depend on you - whatever tempo lets you express the piece best is what you should use. Remember that great music is more than just being technically correct, but being expressive too.

   

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