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Adagio (from Italian ad agio, 'at ease') may refer to:

   * Adagio, a tempo marking indicating that the music is to be played slowly
   * A composition marked to be played adagio, e.g. Adagio for Strings
   * Adagio (Albinoni), a famous composition purported to be by Albinoni, although actually written by Remo Giazotto
   * Adagio (band), a French progressive metal band
   * Adagio (Sweetbox album)
   * Adagio (Solitude Aeturnus album)
   * Adagio (software), in software, a server program for the Gnutella2 network
   * Adagio (circus skill), a specific form of 2 person acrobalance or sports acrobatics
   * Adagio skating, a form of pairs figure skating

This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the same title. If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article. Adagio (from Italian ad agio, 'at ease') may refer to:

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