Archived posting to the Leica Users Group, 2004/05/09

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Subject: [Leica] Re: Forte
From: durling at (Mike Durling)
Date: Sun May 9 19:09:44 2004
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Forte is also a company who makes excellent photographic paper, you know 
the light sensitive kind :>)

Mike D

Felix Lopez de Maturana wrote:
>  > One word comes through the Italian and means "with great force";  it
>>>used as a musical directive and is pronounced "for-tey" in USian
> This is absolutely true! Forte, fortissimo, piano, pianissimo, andante con
> moto, are musical terms that if really are in italian every musician in the
> world will understand as are annotations written in the score and show the
> player how to produce the music. Forte means literally strong and refers to
> the level of the sound.
> Felix
> PS Who besides a retired man, an amateur photographer, is an opera
> commentator at my country broadcasting

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