Allegro Vivace

Very fast and lively

Allegro Vivace is a very fast tempo. It is generally considered to play at a tempo of 172 to 176 beats per minute.

Allegro Vivace also carries emotional expression, as "Vivace" in Italian means "lively", so this tempo marking implies that the performer should play the music in a lively style.

Example of Allegro Vivace

Mozart - Symphony No. 41 in C major, "Jupiter" - I. Allegro vivace (Bohm)

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