What is another word for senza sordino?


[ sˈɛnzə sɔːdˈiːnə͡ʊ], [ sˈɛnzə sɔːdˈiːnə‍ʊ], [ s_ˈɛ_n_z_ə s_ɔː_d_ˈiː_n_əʊ]

Senza sordino is an Italian phrase that translates to "without mute" in English. It is commonly used in the music world to indicate that the notes should be played without the use of a mute, resulting in a brighter and more resonant sound. There are a few synonyms that can be used instead of senza sordino, including "open string", "unmuted", and "con sordino off". These synonyms are all used to indicate that the music should be played with an open and full sound, without the dampening effect of a mute. Musicians often choose to use senza sordino or one of its synonyms to add an extra layer of expression to their performance.

Synonyms for Senza sordino:

  • Related word for Senza sordino:

How to use "Senza sordino" in context?

Song Without A Sound is the fourth album by the Italian heavy metal band Thunderstrike. Released in 1992, it is their second album with new vocalist Frankie Banali, who replaced Luca Turilli prior to the recording. The album showed a more thrash metal orientated sound than their previous work, with tracks such as "Motorcycle Man" and "Bloodied Cross" standing out as some of their heaviest ever.

Word of the Day