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Tempo Rubato - Don't Stop The Classics flac album

Tempo Rubato - Don't Stop The Classics flac album Performer: Tempo Rubato
Title: Don't Stop The Classics
Style: Disco
Released: 1985
Country: Netherlands
MP3 album: 1861 mb
FLAC album: 1716 mb
Rating: 4.2
Other formats: VOX APE AU FLAC XM DTS MP1
Genre: Electronic

Hooked on Classics 2: Can't Stop the Classics is an album by Louis Clark and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, published in 1982 by K-tel, part of the Hooked on Classics series. Can't Stop the Classics - 5:48. Czards from "Coppélia", Delibes. Pathétique Sonata (1st Mv., Beethoven. Pizzicato from "Sylvia", Delibes. Slavonic Dance no. 8/ Dvořák. The Barber of Seville: Overture (Theme 2), Rossini. Dance of the Tumblers, Rimsky-Korsakov.

Tempo rubato is a musical term referring to expressive and rhythmic freedom by a slight speeding up and then slowing down of the tempo of a piece at the discretion of the soloist or the conductor. While rubato is often loosely taken to mean playing with expressive and rhythmic freedom, it was traditionally used specifically in the context of expression by speeding up and then slowing down the tempo.

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A Don't Stop The Classics 4:19. Producer – Adams & Fleisner.

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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. The first kind is when the underlying pulse stays the same and the tempo is slightly varied. This type was common in the eighteenth century and received a lot of discussion from writers at that time.

Complete Symphonies, Tone Poems. Sibelius; Boston Symphony Orchestra, Sir Colin Davis. 2 more albums featuring this track. Sinfonia nro 5, op. 82: I. Tempo molto moderato - Largamente - Allegro moderato. 82: III. Allegretto molto - Un pochettino largamente.

Tracklist

A Don't Stop The Classics 10:44
A.1 Don't Stop The Classics 6:45
A.2 Summernight City 2:00
A.3 Does Your Mother Know 0:34
A.4 Flight Of The Bumble Bee 0:30
A.5 Symphony No. 5 0:15
A.6 Romeo + Juliet 0:20
A.7 Hallelujah 0:20
B Classical Clips 6:19
B.1 Classical Clips 5:06
B.2 Flight Of The Bumble Bee 0:30
B.3 Symphony No. 5 0:15
B.4 Romeo + Juliet 0:20
B.5 Hallelujah 0:08

Credits

  • Producer – Adams & Fleisner

Notes

(C) 1985 Boni Records BV, Katwijk, Holland

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 042288304616

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
308583 Tempo Rubato Don't Stop The Classics ‎(12") Break Records 308583 Netherlands 1985
8583 Tempo Rubato Don't Stop The Classics ‎(7", Single) Break Records 8583 Netherlands 1985
PXD 041 Tempo Rubato Don't Stop The Classics ‎(12") Power Records PXD 041 Canada 1986
883 046-7 Tempo Rubato Don't Stop The Classics ‎(7", Single) Polydor 883 046-7 Germany 1985
VIC-233 Tempo Rubato Vuelven Los Clásicos (Don't Stop The Classics) ‎(7") Victoria VIC-233 Spain 1985