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The corresponding Italian musical term would be "con forza" - literally "with force" - though in a piece of music you would more likely see the word "sforzato". A single note, played with force would be marked "sforzando", while the musical direction "rfz" (short for "rinforzando", placed in the same manner as a lettered dynamic marking such as "p" or "f") would indicate an entire passage played with force.

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Q: What is the musical term for playing with force?
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