Recent Examples of a tempo from the Web
Thumping beats and funky synths propel the single’s melody, laying out a tempo-jumping playground for EXO’s vocals and raps as the track builds into its propulsive chorus.
In essence, a capacity audience heard Cohen not only as soloist but as conductor, the clarinetist directing her colleagues to push a tempo or hold back, turn up the intensity or dial it down.
The Sun, young, fast, energetic, got out in transition, played at a tempo Phoenix could not handle.
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Origin and Etymology of a tempo
First Known Use: 1800See Words from the same year
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