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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of pianissimo

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of pianissimo:
/piænɪsimow/

Derived Form of pianissimo

noun
plural: pianissimos
adjective
comparitive: more pianissimo
superlative: most pianissimo
Noun
1
(music) low loudness
Synonymspiano,
Type ofsoftness,
Adjective
1
chiefly a direction or description in music; very soft
Similarpiano, soft,
Adverb
1
a direction in music; to be played very softly
Synonymsvery softly,
Antonymsfortissimo,

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  1. Goes down in the cellar, pianissimo...
  2. Playing with extremely pianissimo dynamics...
  3. But in pianissimo.
  4. Apart from the cellists, pianissimo.
  5. I think the pianissimo.
  6. You want this allegro, pianissimo, or andante?
  7. It says pianissimo cantabile.
  8. However, Beethoven had written pianissimo and within one second,
  9. and in pianissimo and that is a tall order.
  10. because it is naturally easy to play at the tip of a pianissimo
  11. I must divide and go back from piano to pianissimo.
  12. If we play a proper pianissimo...
  13. Yes, that's a little bit hotter than pianissimo.
  14. and it's pianissimo.
  15. to make sure that you're back to pianissimo in the next bar.
  16. The third one is marked pianissimo,
  17. Pianiss-- It's pianissimo marking.
  18. I strongly recommend you play a soft, pianissimo left hand
  19. taking time to settle your left hand while playing it pianissimo.
  20. you get a pianissimo.