Mezzo forte - definition of mezzo forte by The Free Dictionary
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mezzo for·te (fôr′tā)
adv. & adj. Abbr. mf Music
Moderately loud. Used chiefly as a direction.
[Italian : mezzo, half + forte, loud.]
mez′zo for′te (ˈfɔr teɪ)
Music. softer than forte but louder than piano; moderately loud.
[1805–15; < Italian: literally, half loud]
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The third and final piece, "Majestic Grand Canyon," is dynamically the broadest piece in the set with the majority of the playing established at mezzo forte
This was a performance full of life and energy though if there was one slight reservation,it was that the choral movements tended to be constant mezzo forte
, with little variation.
Convinced that subtlety was of no importance, he restricted his dynamic range to mezzo forte