Basic Dynamics in Music | Music Theory Tutorial


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Are you learning the basic dynamics of music? You may be wondering what is piano? What is forte? And what is mezzo piano? Dynamics are markings that usually indicate how the volume of a piece should be played. Basic dynamics illustrate the loudness of any given note. Some common dynamic markings are piano, forte, mezzo forte, mezzo piano, pianissimo, and fortissimo. Find out how they are marked and how they are played in this short lesson excerpt from liberty park music. If you are looking to learn the basics of music notation and music theory visit for online lessons!
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  1. Fortissimo sounds really loud. Okay, let's go ahead and add three more "f"s and add strong accents on all of them with a crescendo 😀


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