Victor had much difficulty in reading the notes readily and not confounding the terms adagio, presto, and sforzando.
Again a sforzando chord rang out, again came the jarring response.
Every note marked long in pianoforte music is therefore essentially a sforzando followed by a rapid diminuendo.
At the first sforzando he threw out his arms so wide asunder, that he knocked both the lights off the piano upon the ground.
So often as a sforzando occured, he tore his arms which he had previously crossed upon his breast, with great vehemence asunder.
In the second theme, which begins in the 44th measure, note the piquant dissonances coupled with sforzando accents.