adjective, adverb Music.
Origin of sforzando
Examples from the Web for sforzando
In the second theme, which begins in the 44th measure, note the piquant dissonances coupled with sforzando accents.Music: An Art and a Language|Walter Raymond Spalding
Every note marked long in pianoforte music is therefore essentially a sforzando followed by a rapid diminuendo.Twentieth Century Inventions|George Sutherland
So often as a Sforzando occured, he tore his arms which he had previously crossed upon his breast, with great vehemence asunder.
Again a sforzando chord rang out, again came the jarring response.An American Girl in Munich|Mabel W. Daniels
At the first sforzando he threw out his arms so wide asunder, that he knocked both the lights off the piano upon the ground.