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Dynamic Terms

TermDefinition
Piano soft, p
Pianississimo extremly soft, ppp
Pianissimo very soft, pp
Mezzo-Forte meduim loud, mf
Mezzo-Piano meduim soft, mp
Forte loud, f
Fortissimo very loud, ff
Fortississimo extremly loud, fff
Cresendo gradually becoming louder
Decresendo gradually becoming softer
Accelerando accel or accelerate
Ritardano rit or slowing down
Sotto Voce in an undertone (whispered or unvoiced)
Lagato smooth and connected
Staccato short and disconnected
A Tempo return to tempo or at the tempo
Accent empharize the note, >
Fermata hold note
Tutti everyone sings together as a group
Poco a Poco little by little
Molto means a lot
Created by: CalebMack123