Leroy Anderson – Jazz Pizzicato

From “The Typewriter” by Leroy Anderson.

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Leroy Anderson, “Jazz Pizzicato”

Live recording of the concert at Kunsthalle Rostock, 18th of March, 2012 Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Germany.

in music, how do you spell “picotto” as in short beats or taps on a piano?

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Maybe you mean staccatoadj. 1. Music. Cut short crisply; detached: staccato octaves. 2. Marked by or composed of abrupt, disconnected parts or sounds: staccato applause.n., pl. -tos or -ti (-t?).A staccato manner or sound.[Italian, past participle of staccare, to detach, short for distaccare, from obsolete French destacher, from Old French destachier. See detach.]Orpizzicatoadj. (Abbr. pizz.)Played by plucking rather than bowing the strings.n., pl. -ti (-t?).A pizzicato note or passage.[Italian, past participle of pizzicare, to pluck, from pizzare, to prick, from pizzo, point.]Playing staccato is the opposite of playing legato. A staccato passage for strings does not necessarily have to be pizzicato (though the converse is true). For example, Leroy Anderson’s Jazz Legato/Jazz Pizzicato.

I think the word you’re searching for is staccato. It is an Italian word meaning “separate.” Staccato indicates that the notes are to be played as short as possible, and detached from each other. It is indicated on the music by dots over or under the notes.

What’s this symphony called? youtube.com/watch?v=b4EUyl-LloUThanks.
It’s not a symphony; it’s a relatively very short piece, entitled “Jazz Pizzicato” by Leroy Anderson. Alberich

Strange music symbol on upright bass music? My high school band is practicing for Festival coming up soon, and the guy who plays the string bass asked my band director what the symbol on his music meant. My director said he didn’t know and drew it on the board. It looks like a circle with a line going through the top. He said it was two of the three signs of the deathly hallows. It actually looks just like the power button on an xbox.Just like this, but the circle is fully closed:upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/thumb/b/b2/IEC5009_Standby_Symbol.svg/177px-IEC5009_Standby_Symbol.svg.pngAnyone have any idea what this means? XDThanks so much!PS: If it helps, we were playing Lincolnshire Posy, by Grainger
Multiple staccatos. shorthand for the individual articulationsi281.photobucket.com/albums/kk206/ijones_bucket/multi-staccatos.png

It’s a snap pizzicato, also called a Bartok pizzicato.The bass player is to pull the string straight up so that it hits against the fingerboard when it is released.There is a note like that in the bass part of Jazz Pizzicato by Leroy Anderson.(Or was it Plink Plank Plunk? I can’t remember.) The note occurs in a repeated section.When we played that piece in high school, the audience didn’t laugh the first time, but they laughed the second time.They must have thought it was a mistake the first time.