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Dynamic Terms

Piano soft, p
pianississimo extremely soft, ppp
pianissimo very soft, pp
mezzo-forte medium loud, mf
mezzo-piano medium soft, mp
forte loud, f
fortissimo very loud, ff
fortississimo extremely loud, fff
crescendo, cresc,. gradually become louder
decrescendo - decres gradually become softer
accelerando -accel accelerate
ritardando - rit. slowing down
sotto voce in an undertone (whispered or unvoiced)
legato smooth and connected
staccato short and disconnected
A Tempo return to tempo or at the tempo
accent emphasize the note, >
fermata hold note
tutti everyone sings together
poco a poco little by little
molto a lot
Created by: Ellery C