Definition of uptempo in English:

uptempo

Syllabification: up·tem·po
Pronunciation: /ˈəpˌtempō
 
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adjective & adverb

Music
  • Played with a fast or increased tempo: [as adjective]: uptempo guitar work
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    • ‘Poetas’ starts with a brooding arrangement for piano and cello, before the guitars come back and lift the track into uptempo jauntiness.
    • How satisfying is it to see the Nuggets once again playing the uptempo style they were known for in the '80s?
    • They attempted to sequence of the slower, darker songs interrupted by the faster, more uptempo ones to makes up for this.

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