[sib-access] Re: is "a tempo" a technique or an expression

thanks.  I finally found it.  
On Aug 7, 2012, at 2:17 PM, Dale Lieser wrote:

> The tempo field.
> 
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> Dale,
> You don't understand.  I put the ritard in from the lines dialog.  the issue
> is this.  I need an a tempo a couple bars later because the original tempo
> comes back.  the question is, do I use the technique field or the expression
> field to restore the original tempo after the ritard ends?
> Kevin
> On Aug 7, 2012, at 2:12 PM, Dale Lieser wrote:
> 
>> You can either write the word "rit." In the tempo field yourself, or use
> one
>> of the ritards from the system lines in the Lines dialog, via the letter
>> "l".
>> 
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>> guys,
>> I'm writing a piano piece with a ritard that eventually has an a tempo.
>> Does anyone know if that's considered a technique or an expression?  I
>> didn't notice it in any of the word menus for either techniques or
>> expressions.  thanks for any help.
>> K.
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