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#1055057 06/30/07 07:14 PM
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When the composer write in "Più F", with the f written as it would normally be written if it were a dynamics marking, do you play forte after that, or are they literally just simply saying "play this louder", as in louder then what you have been playing?


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The second, you simply play louder than you were, not necessarily all the way to forte. It depends on the previous dynamic marking. You sometimes see più f after a ff which means you play a little louder than fortissimo.

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