- n. Plural form of tempo.
“Though the tempos are a lot faster than I'm used to.”
“Back in 1961 an album titled "Mazel Tov, Mis Amigos" promised "Yiddish favorites in Latin tempos.”
“The conductor, an old Italian named Oleg Caetani sounds like a shoe designer, paced the music at truly slow, lugubrious tempos, which is the quickest way to kill a Bel Canto opera imaginable.”
“The City of Côte Saint-Luc on the Island of Montreal is looking at reversing a decades-old bylaw forbidding temporary carports - known as tempos - after some residents asked that the ban be lifted.”
“And that was quite apparent of the new material; the tempos are a bit faster, which continues on the grand tradition of what everyone at a Hot Chip show comes to expect: dancing!”
“The shelter reminded him of the old days, when construction crews lived in "tempos": temporary shelters made of expended spacecraft sections, thin aluminum cylinders that they buried under a few feet of rubble scooped up from the regolith.”
“DeJohnette has said he loves playing slow, ballad tempos which is good considering some of the songs on here.”
“While Denk tried heroically to pull the music into Beethoven's sphere, Gustavo seemed unaware of the excitement Denk was creating around him and always returned to safe tempos in the orchestral tuttis.”
“We got together for a long weekend with our producer, and refined the songs; rewrote lyrics, chopped verses, worked out arrangements and tempos, and recorded demos of our 12 best new tunes.”
“As a new boxed set from Mosaic Records illustrates, Lunceford's orchestra helped popularize swing through throbbing syncopation, daredevil tempos and instrumental precision.”
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