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#beginquote# maintube, thank-you very much for your time/effort in answering all my questions. You've been a great help. I understood everything, but can you please elaborate a little on "tempo markings", and can you confirm something, re singing -- based on what you said, therefore, is it considered good practice or is it considered imperative that the start of each lyric should hit the same beat of each bar? And when a long lyric runs over two or more bars, it can end on the 3rd beat, with the next lyric starting on the 4th beat would be okay, as long as that next lyric ultimately ends within a bar (rests included)? Or is it that if a long lyric ends on the 3rd beat of bar, there should be a rest on the fourth, before the next lyric can start at the first beat of the next bar? Sorry for all the questions, many thanks though. #endquote#
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