four-four time


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four-four time

n
(Music, other) music a form of simple quadruple time in which there are four crotchets to the bar, indicated by the time signature . Often shortened to: four-four Also called: common time
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Noun1.four-four time - a time signature indicating four beats to the bar
musical time - (music) the beat of musical rhythm
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four-four time

[ˌfɔːfɔːˈtaɪm] N (Mus) → compás m de cuatro por cuatro
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It's complicated as songs aren't in standard four-four time.
Within the categories, Breidenstein sorted the movement titles also according to meter, thus classifying Allegro movements respectively in four-four time, two-four time, three-four time, et cetera.
A lot of chart music is in a four-four time so you can do these older dances to modern music.