Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In organ-building, a very soft stop of the flute or string class.
“I admired the short trills in the left hand, which were trilled out quite independently, as if by a second player; the gliding ease of the cadence marked dolcissimo.”
“Liberami, o Amore ineffabile, da ogni mal pensiero; riscaldami ed infiammami del tuo dolcissimo amore, sicchè ogni pena mi sembri leggiera.”
“The recap in flute and harp, dolcissimo e pianissimo, wafts in a world not quite available to mere mortals.”
“Serenade was crooned beautifully dolcissimo, he is an intelligent actor and his delivery of the text was crystalline.”
“they i read on yelp that they're actually named dolcissimo.”
“i went to dolcissimo today and the opening date is march 7. i saw they took down the babycakes sign too. they said they decided to change the name before their opening. i took a peep inside and it looks really cute! i'm so excited to try their stuff!”
“with dolcissimo just around the corner, if they get on the ball with their baking and offer seating, i might have to choose them over five sweets.”
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A list of pipe- and pedal-organ stops. These have variously and perhaps at times capriciously been named and labelled by organ builders in Latin, English, French, German, Italian, Dutch, Spanish, a...
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