noun, plural piz·zi·ca·ti [pit-si-kah-tee; Italian peet-tsee-kah-tee]. /ˌpɪt sɪˈkɑ ti; Italian ˌpit tsiˈkɑ ti/.
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As additional methods facilitating in some cases the transfer of stops must be named the "double touch" and the "pizzicato touch."
When playing upon a soft combination on the Great, the organist may draw the Swell to Great "pizzicato" coupler.
And the third movement is got under way, till we reach a pizzicato passage which Sally begins playing with the bow by mistake.Somehow Good|William de Morgan
At first only the string orchestra is heard, always pizzicato.The Life & Letters of Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky|Modeste Tchaikovsky
Difficult pizzicato passages and runs in thirds and tenths at top speed are but as child's play to him.Famous Violinists of To-day and Yesterday|Henry C. Lahee