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Benjamin Britten 3: Pizzicato and Other Musical Terms
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Benjamin Britten

Pizzicato and Other Musical Terms

Pizzicato is the Italian word for “plucked” — it tells string players how to play their instruments at a given spot in the music. A lot of musical “traffic signals” are in Italian. This show has explanations and examples of some more of them.

Classics For Kids
Classics For Kids
Benjamin Britten 3: Pizzicato and Other Musical Terms
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Benjamin Britten 3: Pizzicato and Other Musical Terms
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Benjamin Britten 3: Pizzicato and Other Musical Terms
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Trumpet Concerto
Presto
Allegro
Andante e Rondo
Adagio
Simple Symphony: Playful Pizzicato
Largo
Barber of Seville: Thunderstorm
Barber of Seville: Overture
Symphony #5
Barber of Seville: Piano, Pianissimo

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#1. What is the Italian word for soft?

#2. What does crescendo mean?

#3. What word tells you to play short, sharp notes?

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