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  1. Scots Wha Hae: Variations sound recording | Performed by Bernard Rose, piano. Recorded Sept. , Coolidge, Auditorium, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
  2. In music, allegro vivace is a tempo that is very fast, faster than allegro by a noticeable amount. In general, a speed of beats per minute (bpm) is seen as appropriate.
  3. Sep 29,  · "Allegro" is a very general indication for moderate to fast tempos. Many first movements of sonatas and symphonies are marked "allegro". If the composer wants a little more drive, he will mark "allegro con brio" or "allegro vivace" (e.g. first movements of several Beethoven symphonies); if he wants it a bit slower he will say "allegro moderato" or "allegro ma non troppo".
  4. Adagio - Allegro vivace (B ♭ major) Adagio (E ♭ major) Allegro vivace (B ♭ major) Allegro ma non troppo (B ♭ major) Year/Date of Composition Y/D of Comp. First Perf ormance. in Vienna, Palais Lobkowitz Orchestra, Ludwig van Beethoven (conductor) First Pub lication. - parts; - .
  5. Listen to Symphony No. 1: Symphony No. 1: III. Allegro Vivace by Roger Sessions for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  6. Scots Wha Hae: Variations sound recording | Performed by Bernard Rose, piano. Recorded Sept. , Coolidge, Auditorium, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
  7. There are two speeds that are wedged between allegro and presto, namely vivace and vivacissimo, meaning "lively and fast" and "very fast and lively," respectively. They are not as commonly used as allegro and presto but are understood to mean "a faster allegro.".

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