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Tempo is an important ingredient in the mood of any example of music, whether it be aggressive or calming in effect with excitement generally revealed through a fast tempo while solemnity is always revealed through a slow tempo.
In the 20th century tempo and mood indications are a mixture of Italian terms and the native language of the composer.
Tempo indications are of no particular interest to the average listener of music except that they are used to designate various movements of multi-movement works and are often used in the titles of compositions from the common practice period of music (1800 A. to the present).
www.cartage.org.lb /en/themes/Arts/music/elements/elemofmusic/tempo.htm   (583 words)

  Tempo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mathematical tempo markings of this kind became increasingly popular during the first half of the 19th century, after the metronome had been invented, although early metronomes were somewhat unreliable; Beethoven's metronome markings, in particular, are notoriously unreliable.
Rubato - free adjustment of tempo for expressive purposes
The plural of tempo in Italian is tempi.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tempo   (1500 words)

Tempo was bred by Laura Kincaid of Oelamp Border Collies and was born on 4/13/98 as part of a litter of six puppies.
Tempo would have been Laura's pick puppy if she had decided to keep a pup from this litter so I was very flattered that she entrusted this wonderful little dog to me. As a young pup she was active and bold and very self-assured.
Tempo completed her AKC CD in June of 2001 with all scores in the 190's, and her AKC CDX in December of 2001 again with all scores in the 190's.
members.aol.com /belgbc/Tempo.html   (1238 words)

 The Classical Tempo Dictonary Page on Classic Cat
Mathematical tempo markings of this kind became increasingly popular during the first half of the 19th century, after the metronome had been invented by Johann Nepomuk Mälzel, although early metronomes were somewhat inconsistent.
Many tempos also can be translated with the same meaning, and it is up to the player to interpret the speed that best suits the period, composer, and individual work.
Because of their negative connotation, neither rush nor drag (nor their equivalents in other languages) are often used as tempo indications in scores, Mahler being a notable exception: as part of a tempo indication he used schleppend ("dragging") in the first movement of his Symphony No. 1, for example.
www.classiccat.net /dictionary/tempo.htm   (2309 words)

 Phoenix - Tempo
Tempo is a partial evaluator for C programs.
Tempo is an off-line specializer; it is divided into two phases: analysis and specialization.
Tempo can specialize programs at compile time (i.e., source-to-source tranformation) as well as run time (i.e., run-time binary code generation).
phoenix.labri.fr /software/tempo   (1193 words)

 Controlling Tempo
Tempo is time, and what is not immediately obvious to some people is that time is equivalent to mana.
Gaining tempo here is all about finding ways to use your mana effectively while your opponent wastes his by not having an opportunity to cast a spell at the right time.
The effect of the tempo gain in this mini-game is that at the beginning Player A and Player B stood at 2 bears in play apiece while at the end Player B was ahead three bears to one.
www.wizards.com /sideboard/article.asp?x=sb20010924a   (2035 words)

 Tempo - Breaking News   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Tempo Services Limited, Australia's leading facility services company, today announced that a fully franked special dividend of 5.0 cents per share will be paid on 20 June 2003 to shareholders on the register at 13 June 2003.
Tempo Services Limited is pleased to announce a record net profit of $6.35 million after tax for the half year ended 31 December 2002, representing a 12% increase over the previous corresponding period (pcp).
Tempo Services Limited is pleased to announce a net profit of $11.6 million after tax for the year ended 30 June 2002, representing a 22% increase over the prior corresponding period (pcp).
www.tempo.com.au /breaking_news/sc04-breaking_news.html   (4176 words)

 Tempo   (Site not responding. Last check: )
And the same tempo marking can mean different things to different composers; for example, for some composers, largo is slower than adagio; for others, it is the other way around.
Of course, tempo instructions don't have to be given in Italian.
Tempo indications such as "Not too fast", "With energy", "Calmly", or "March tempo" give a good idea of how fast the music should feel.
cnx.rice.edu /content/m11648/latest   (502 words)

 Tempo Markings
Tempo markings had been used since the early Baroque period, particularly with instrumental music.
Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750) often left out tempo marks in his keyboard music which was left to the discretion of the performer.
Tempo markings became necessary to the point that Ludwig Van Beethoven (1770-1827) provided metronome markings instead of descriptive words.
www.treblis.com /Notation/Tempo.html   (173 words)

 MySpace.com - Tempo (Official My Space Page) - Ponce - Latin - www.myspace.com/tempodavidsanchez
Tempo was incarcerated in 2002; charged and later convicted, on purely circumstantial evidence, of conspiracy to distribute an ungodly and totally preposterous amount of hard drugs.
Tempos parents were divorced when he was four years old, and for the next decade Tempo straddled Puerto Rico and New York City, living alternately with his mother and his fathers mother, as his father languished in and out of various jails.
Tempos increasing artistic and commercial influence is evidenced by the multi-Platinum success of the compilation album Buddhas Family on which Tempo was the featured artist, and the subsequent release of Tempo Exitos, a best selling compilation of his greatest hits.
www.myspace.com /tempodavidsanchez   (1537 words)

 Bach's Notation of Tempo and Early-Music Performance by Bernard D. Sherman   (Site not responding. Last check: )
He notes that by the end of the century (when Bach was being trained), genres and Italian tempo words were conventionally used to modify or clarify the tempo implications of time signatures, but that signatures remained the primary indicators.
The 'great 4/4' is indicated with the adjective 'grave' and is notated by the ratio 4/4; it is of 'extremely weighty tempo and execution' and is 'emphatic.' It is used in church pieces and fugues in place of the (by the 1770s) outmoded 4/2 signature.
The slow tempo was not idiosyncratic: the lament was associated with a slow tempo.
homepages.kdsi.net /~sherman/bachtempo.htm   (7450 words)

 Tempo @ REGGAETONLINE.net >> Pictures, Lyrics, CD's, Biography, MP3, news...
By this time TEMPO with only 19 yrs was causing great commotion in Puerto Rico with his explicit violent lyrics.
Regardless of his battles, TEMPO is currently facing his greatest battle yet; for he is fighting to appeal his 24yr sentence in jail for on a narcotics charge.
At age 36 Tempo has and will always been known to be a rebel, and a revolutionary against society’s injustices.
www.reggaetonline.net /tempo_reggaeton   (555 words)

 We All Need Speed
Tempo training is the best way to get faster and stronger, no matter where you are in the pack.
Frequent tempo runs at altitude are one of the keys to the east Africans' distance-running dominance.
But remember: Your tempo pace is one that you could maintain for up to an hour if it were a race.
www.runnersworld.com /article/0,7120,s6-238-263-265-6141-0,00.html   (704 words)

 Learn How To Do A Perfect Tempo Run From Runner's World.com
Her tempo runs, like those of many runners, were too short and too slow.
Typically, 20 minutes is sufficient, or two to three miles if your goal is general fitness or a 5-K. Runners tackling longer distances should do longer tempo runs during their peak training weeks: four to six miles for the 10-K, six to eight for the half-marathon, and eight to 10 for 26.2.
Because Roberts was focusing on the half-marathon, Tanser built up her tempo runs to eight miles (plus warmup and cooldown) at an eight-minute-per-mile pace.
www.runnersworld.com /article/0,7120,s6-238-267--11909-0,00.html   (738 words)

 TEMPO'98   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The aim of this workshop is to present a three-day tutorial on Tempo, our partial evaluator for C programs, and its applications to real size programs.
Tempo has been used to dramatically improve the performance of a wide range of commodity operating systems components, including Sun's RPC, Unix signal delivery, and the Berkeley packet filter.
Tempo has also been successfully applied to scientific programs, interpreters and software engineering.
compose.labri.fr /events/workshop   (386 words)

 Tempo WP: Kill Roaches, Ants, Boxelder Bugs Pests in Homes
Tempo is also labeled for spraying in restaurants and commercial food handling areas.
The #1 choice for treating the exterior and interior of structures for lady bug (lady beetle) infestations.
Order Tempo WP Cannot be shipped to NY, NJ, CT, VT, AK Tempo insecticide concentrates contain Cyfluthrin, a synthetic pyrethroid pesticide.
www.pestproducts.com /tempo.htm   (231 words)

 IT Project and IT Portfolio Management Software Solution – Borland Tempo
With Borland Tempo, organizations can implement their desired processes to efficiently collect, evaluate and select the best technology investments based on costs, benefits and risks from across the organization.
Borland Tempo also includes a complete set of capabilities for planning, project-level work management and visibility into the progress and status of project portfolios for executing projects and initiatives successfully and efficiently.
Borland Tempo shows you what everyone is doing, enabling you to analyze resources in the context of current and planned projects, initiatives and investments.
www.borland.com /us/products/tempo/index.html   (628 words)

 Tempo and Tension Maximization For Bodybuilders - As Seen In NATURAL BODYBUILDING & FITNESS MAGAZINE Article   (Site not responding. Last check: )
They make sweeping generalizations about tempo for all exercises, even though the resistance curve of every exercise is different.
A tempo suggestion for leg extensions using contraction emphasis would be 4-0-2-3 (lower the weight in four seconds, no pause at the bottom, lift the weight in two seconds, then hold and "squeeze" at the top for three seconds).
However, by thinking through your workouts beforehand and understanding the differences in tempo and tension, you can select the single most effective tempo prescription for each exercise and use it the majority of the time.
www.fitren.com /res3art.cfm?compid=18&artid=93   (1986 words)

The addition of the Tempo Italiano section as a part of our promotional efforts provides another vehicle for us to use to spotlight our Tempo Italiano advertisers through the full-page articles and pictorial stories we publish.
Tempo Italiano’s other venture, the Lehigh Valley Italian American Celebration® was introduced to our area on August 27th and 28th, 2005.
Tempo Italiano is just one of seven other weekly radio programs that have been produced by Richetta Promotions for radio.
tempoitaliano.net   (501 words)

 Technorati Tag: tempo
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Also, the same tempo marking can mean quite different things to different composers; if a metronome marking is not available, the performer should use a knowledge of the music's style and genre, and musical common sense, to decide on the proper tempo.
If the tempo of a piece of music suddenly changes into a completely different tempo, there will be a new tempo given, usually marked in the same way (metronome tempo, Italian term, etc.) as the original tempo.
Gradual changes in the basic tempo are also common in music, though, and these have their own set of terms.
cnx.org /content/m11648/latest   (864 words)

 Chicago Symphony Orchestra - Glossary - Tempo markings
Another way is to use words called “tempo markings,” or “tempo marks.” Tempo markings are written above the music at the beginning of the piece, and later wherever the composer wants the tempo to change.
There are a number of other standard tempo markings, and many modifiers to go along with them, although the modifiers often have more to do with the kind of expression or feeling the composer is looking for than with precise gradations of speed.
Perhaps the most important thing to remember about tempo markings is that they are not exact, and are not meant to be.
www.cso.org /main.taf?p=1,1,4,19   (1086 words)

 Black Entertainment | Black News | Urban News | Hip Hop News - EURWEB.com
Senior vice president and general manager for Tempo, Frederick Morton says that the strength of Jamaica's contribution to the entertainment industry warranted for the two days of celebrations.
Other Tempo launches will be held in Trinidad, St Croix, Nevis, St. Martaan and Barbados during the month of October.
Tempo will officially go on the air at the end of November.
eurweb.com /story.cfm?id=22764   (1487 words)

 Tempo Terminology - Changing Tempo
Tempo is at the pleasure or discretion of the performer.
Tempo is at the discretion of the performer.
The same tempo, indicating that the beat remains constant when the meter changes as 2/4 to 6/8
www.music.vt.edu /musicdictionary/appendix/tempo/tempo3.html   (234 words)

 Magic TCG Article - Tempo Tempo Tempo by Robin Russell
Tempo is a term to indicate the advantage gained when a player is able to play more or stronger cards or effects in a given period of time due to efficient resource allocation.
The concept of momentum differs from tempo in my view, because the sole goal of a red deck is to generate the momentum necessary to climb its hill.
Instead its goal is to use the tactical tempo weapons, in the form of seven two casting cost bounce spells to retard the development of the opponent's game plan until its men come on line.
magic.tcgplayer.com /db/article.asp?ID=8029   (2282 words)

 Using Tempo Changes
Instructions to change tempo are commonplace in classical music, while a lot of progressive rock songs jump around between different tempos and time signatures, and radical speeding up or slowing down is sometimes used as a gimmick in novelty records (think 'Star Trekkin').
Selecting Series Of Tempos brings up a similar-looking window, but which specifies a beginning and ending tempo range, the time range over which this change is to occur, and the maximum size of the step (say, one bpm or a tenth of a BPM).
Tempo data is represented by tiny 'V' shapes, and the Bars display mode makes current tempo unambiguous, even when the most recent tempo change event has scrolled out of the window.
www.soundonsound.com /sos/Nov02/articles/tempoworkshop1102.asp   (5408 words)

 Description of Tempo
Tempo is an electronic reminder which functions under Windows (32 bits) and displays notes at will.
Yes, this version of Tempo is really an international version: you will see dates and hours in your Windows© choosen language, only titles and messages will remain in English.
Tempo is provided with a standard Setup, no installation problem nor desinstallation.
www.les7arts.com /English/tempo.htm   (331 words)

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