- n. Plural form of fortissimo.
“A powerful individual with an unaffected stage presence, Gorenman is capable of seismic fortissimos, yet at home with the childlike whimsy of Sonata 27's second movement.”
“To be expected, there were occasional tentative passages and over-exuberant fortissimos to be heard.”
“It was easiest to concentrate on the many beautifully shaped details, especially violin and offstage posthorn and, despite some rough moments, the exciting brass fortissimos.”
“Crudelissimos saevissimosque latrones, fortissimos haberi propugnatores, fidissimos duces habent, bruta persuasione donati.”
“At his peak, his technique was described as "uncannily gigantic"; his thunderous fortissimos reportedly left traces of blood on the keys.”
“At today's rehearsal, he stopped the chorus and said, "you must sing the ultimate pianissimos here and then two measures later you must do the loudest fortissimos of your life, like you're screaming, pause, but screaming beautifully, of course.”
“Isti habent boues fortissimos habentes caudas plenas pilis sicut equi, et ventres pilosos et dorsa.”
“She liked the first theme especially because it was striking and dignified and never failed to attract attention; and in what followed there was room for every shading of tone, from delicate softness that showed much feeling and sympathy, to stunning fortissimos that made everyone stare.”
“He was to be no errant musician, improvising according to his mood; the score he was to play was before him, and he must play it note for note, paying strict attention to rests, keys, andantes, fortissimos, pianissimos.”
“Sin illos deserant fortissimos uiros, 15 magnum stuprum populo fieri per gentis. viii”
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