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Dynamics

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Sasha Gale

on 3 October 2012

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Transcript of Dynamics

Musical Dynamics Musical Dynamics indicate the loudness of music.

We use the Italian terms piano and forte to indicate soft and loud.

They are usually abbreviated p (piano) and f (forte). What are dynamics? We can also add the word mezzo (m) to p and f to create mp and mf .

Mezzo-piano (mp) = moderately soft.
Mezzo-forte (mf) = moderately loud. The mystery of "mezzo" "Piano" (soft) means this: Not this: And "forte" (loud) is a little something like this: More than one p or f indicates a softer or louder dynamic, such as pp or ff.

p= piano (soft)
pp= pianissimo (very soft)

f= forte (loud)
ff= fortissimo (very loud) PP and FF PP is like this: not like this: And FF is a little something like this... A progression of softest to loudest: In this case..... pp= very soft
p= soft
mp= medium soft
mf= medium loud
f= loud
ff= very loud
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