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Mezzo forte e mezzo piano is an Italian equivalent of the English phrase "moderately loud and moderately quiet." The masculine singular phrase translates literally as "half strong and half soft" in English. The pronunciation will be "MED-dzo FOR-tey MED-dzo PYA-no" in Pisan Italian.

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In music, moderately loud is mezzo forte abbreviated mf

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abbastanza forte

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Q: What are the Italian words for moderately loud?
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