Origin of pianissimo
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How to use pianissimo in a sentence
A strong climax is worked up on the second page, which dies away on the third to a pianissimo of utter despair.Piano Mastery|Harriette Brower
He raised one hand deprecatingly, while the other still weaved in and out in a pianissimo accompaniment.The Wayfarers|Mary Stewart Cutting
De Pachmann plays it much faster, and with such a beautiful pianissimo!Descriptive Analyses of Piano Works|Edward Baxter Perry
He used to suggest a diminuendo by crouching down more and more, and at a pianissimo he would almost creep under the desk.
In one place there are two holds, one immediately after the other, of which the second is pianissimo.
British Dictionary definitions for pianissimo
Word Origin for pianissimo
Cultural definitions for pianissimo
A musical direction meaning “to be performed very softly”; the opposite of fortissimo.