Largo

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Largo may refer to:

Music[edit]

  • Largo, a very slow tempo, or a musical piece or movement in such a tempo
  • "Largo" from Xerxes arranged from "Ombra mai fu", the opening aria from Handel's opera Serse
  • "Largo" (2nd movement) of Antonín Dvořák's New World Symphony
  • Hugo Largo, American band from the 1980s
  • Largo (album), album by jazz pianist Brad Mehldau (2002)
  • Largo (Americana album), an Americana music project produced by Rick Chertoff and Rob Hyman, featuring performers including Cyndi Lauper, The Chieftains and Joan Osborne; loosely inspired and named for the aforementioned movement of Dvořák's New World Symphony
  • Zeit, AKA "Largo in Four Movements", album by Tangerine Dream (1972)

Places[edit]

Bulgaria
  • Largo, Sofia, architectural ensemble of three Socialist Classicism edifices
Italy
Scotland
  • Largo, ecclesiastical and civil parish of Fife, Scotland
  • Upper Largo and Lower Largo, adjacent villages in the parish of Largo, Scotland
United States

Fictional characters[edit]

Other uses[edit]