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Many tempo markings also indicate mood and expression. For example, presto and allegro both indicate a speedy execution ( presto being faster), but allegro also connotes joy (from its original meaning in Italian). Presto , on the other hand, simply indicates speed. Additional Italian words also indicate tempo and mood. For example, the "agitato" in the Allegro agitato of the last movement of George Gershwin 's piano concerto in F has both a tempo indication (undoubtedly faster than a usual Allegro ) and a mood indication ("agitated").

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