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  • Dok
    Jun 07,  · rubato (plural rubatos) A tempo in which strict timing is relaxed, the music being played near, but not on, the beat; Translations. tempo played near, but not on, the beat. Chinese.
  • Dall
    The temporary disregarding of strict tempo to allow an expressive quickening or slackening, usually without altering the overall pace.
  • Visar
    ru·ba·to with some notes arbitrarily lengthened (or shortened) in performance and, often, others correspondingly changed in length; (in a manner) intentionally and temporarily deviating from a strict tempo: also used as a musical direction.
  • Zuzilkree
    Rubato emerges from the forest with a dead television anchorperson stretched across his shoulders.
  • Mikagrel
    rubato - a flexible tempo; not strictly on the beat pacing, tempo - (music) the speed at which a composition is to be played Based on WordNet , Farlex clipart collection. © Princeton University, Farlex Inc. Want to thank TFD for its existence?
  • Kiganris
    Nov 04,  · 50+ videos Play all Mix - Rubato - Bir Ayrılık, Bir Yoksulluk, Bir Ölüm YouTube Neşet Ertaş - Bir Ayrılık Bir Yoksulluk - Duration: Bayar Müzik , views.
  • Maulkree
    Nov 08,  · Rubato & Sıla Söz: Tahir Paker Müzik: Burhan Bayar Sanki terk edilmiş bir viraneyim Her yanım dağılmış yıkılmışım ben Üstüne basılan taşlar misali.
  • Zugar
    a song or ode in praise or honor of God, a deity, a nation, etc. a style of popular music for dancing, usually recorded and with complex electronic instrumentation, in which simple, repetitive lyrics are .
  • Teran
    Tempo rubato, a type of tempo marking, instructs the performer to freely, expressively speed up or slow down at certain passages. In Italian, "rubare" means "to steal," and "tempo" means "time." Therefore "tempo rubato" means the time of some measures are stolen by the others. There are two different kinds of tempo rubato.

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