Music played in a harmonic, chordal texture.
Music shapes human identity.
dynamics is how loud or quiet a piece of music is
That suffix originates from Latin.
If they are tabulated from soft to loud: pianissimo, piano, mezzo piano, mezzo forte, forte, forte and fortissimo. The -issimo suffix implies the extremes where 'mezzo' is moderately.
Very quiet/soft. In Italian piano means soft and the -issimo ending increases the intensity of the word.
The most is an English equivalent of the Italian suffix '-issimo'. The suffix also has a feminine equivalent in '-issima'. Either way, the suffix also may be translated as 'extremely, very'. The two forms are pronounced 'EES-see-moh' and 'EES-see-mah', respectively.
Could you be more specific about what you mean? What is the context in which this 't' appears in music? And what sort of music are you referring to?
Do you mean back-up singers? Or do you mean "who was in the music video''?
Music with lesbians doe
pianissimo. Piano means quiet and forte means loud in Italian. Add -issimo and you have "a little more quiet" or a little more loudly.
it mean only a music for a song, but no one sing it, it' only a music for a song..
it means what did they do in their music career
Forte means loud in music.