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how can you tell the speed of a song? i sing in choir

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It lists it, like Allegro, moderato, fast, andante, etc.
It tells with an Italian expression (like Allegro, Andante, Largo, etc.) or it can have a metronome mark telling how many beats per minute (bpm) or figures per minute.
How fast the beat is going is one way. and then like AndreBarbosa said (Beats Per Minute)

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You guys just restated what I said, but ok..
well like julianassange said it will say on the music there should also say at the top the beats per min and ur teacher or director should know and be conducting at the right speed.
yeah lol

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