The word flucation refers to a wave motion "the fluctuations of the sea" Also Known as Rubato Elasticity of tempo which follows the natural ebb and flow of the music.
No, the word "tempo" is not an adverb.The word "tempo" is a noun.
The word "tempo" can be traced to the Latin word tempusand the Italian word tempo for "time."
The word "tempo" probably came from Latin via Italian.
the plural of tempo (Italian for "time") is tempi.
Its not a tempo. Its an Italian word meaning singable, or song-like.
The slightly more relaxed tempo is a trick of studio production of course.
Speed, or the count of one beat. The word tempo is Italian for speed.
it relates to speed
Place (locality) ... remove 'l' to get pace (tempo)
In music, many words mean slow tempo - adagio is one, lento is a little slower.