Activities Hobbies What Does "Largamente" Mean? An Italian Musical Tempo Term Share PINTEREST Email Print Taalulla / Getty Images Hobbies Playing Music Playing Piano Music Education Playing Guitar Home Recording Contests Couponing Freebies Frugal Living Fine Arts & Crafts Astrology Card Games & Gambling Cars & Motorcycles Learn More By Brandy Kraemer Updated on 03/26/19 The Italian tempo command largamente (lahr'-gah-MEN-tay) is an indication to play in a slow, broad tempo; to keep beats far apart from one another; lit. to play "broadly." It's also known as largo (Italian), largement or large (French), and breit (German). BPM of Largamente Largamente has between 40 to 60 beats per minute.