mezzo staccato (0 synonym found)

Definition of mezzo staccato:

(n) : an articulation marking directing that a note or passage of notes are to be played in an abruptly disconnected manner, with each note sounding for a very short duration, and a short break lasting until the sounding of the next note; as opposed to legato. Staccato is indicated by a dot directly above or below the notehead; a passage having this mark
(v) : played in this style
"now, play the same passage very staccato."
(adj) : describing a passage having this mark

Definition of mezzo staccato:

(n) : an articulation marking directing that a note or passage of notes are to be played in an abruptly disconnected manner, with each note sounding for a very short duration, and a short break lasting until the sounding of the next note; as opposed to legato. Staccato is indicated by a dot directly above or below the notehead; a passage having this mark
(v) : played in this style
"now, play the same passage very staccato."
(adj) : describing a passage having this mark

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