Opposite of rinforzando?



Asked by: Jennifer Reynolds

What is the difference between sforzando and Rinforzando?





Typically, sforzando applies to a single note or chord which should get extra emphasis, and rinforzando applies to a passage which should get extra emphasis.

What does Rinforzando mean?

reinforcing

Rinforzando (It.: ‘strengthening’, ‘reinforcing’; gerund of rinforzare)

What is the difference between sfz and SF?

So sf is forte (f) + >. sfz is forte + (^_).

What is the difference between sfz and FP?





Really, sfz is an accent and fp is a rapid dynamic shift. So, if you had a crescendo that included a note with an sfz, then that note would be substantially louder than the one before it, but the note after it would be a little louder than the note before the sfz and the crescendo would keep going.

What does Smorz mean?

growing slower and softer : dying away

: growing slower and softer : dying away —abbreviation smorz —used as a direction in music.

What is Morendo?

Definition of morendo



: dying away : with a gradual softening of tone and slowing of movement —used as a direction in music.

What tempo is Istesso?

: in the same tempo as before —used as a direction in music.



What is RINF music?

reinforcing

​RINFORZANDO, ‘reinforcing’ or increasing in power. This word, or its abbreviations, rinf. or rfz. is used to denote a sudden and short-lasting crescendo. It is applied generally to a whole phrase however short, and has the same meaning as sforzando, which is only applied to single notes.

What is Staccatissimo music?

Definition of staccatissimo



: in a sharper and more detached staccato manner —used as a direction in music.



What does SFF mean in music?

subito fortissimo

Musical commands similar to sfz include: subito forte (sf) subito fortissimo (sff) subito piano (sp)

What does cresc mean in music?

Composers indicate the looser form of crescendo notation with the actual word crescendo (abbreviated cresc. on musical scores). The word appears at the point where the music begins to increase in volume.

How do you play sforzato?

Like this so see that triangle on top. So like the sideways triangle this means to attack. And an attack in music means to accent or this means to accent. And in exit means to attack very hard.



What comes after a crescendo?

crescendo (abbreviated cresc.) translates as “increasing” (literally “growing”) decrescendo (abbreviated to decresc.) translates as “decreasing”.

What is legato symbol?

This.

What is the difference between a sforzando and an accent?

So I looked it up in the Dolmetsch Dictionary , which lists sforzando as strongly accented , so yes, sforzando is stronger than accented… Sforzo means effort in Italian, so this connotation might also be implied

Is an accent stronger than a sforzando?

So I looked it up in the Dolmetsch Dictionary , which lists sforzando as strongly accented , so yes, sforzando is stronger than accented