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dynamics

 [di-nam´iks]
1. the scientific study of forces in action; a phase of mechanics.
2. the motivating or driving forces, physical or moral, in any field.
group dynamics the forces that underlie group interaction; the interactions among group members.

dy·nam·ics

(dī-nam'iks),
1. The science of motion in response to forces.
2. In psychiatry, used as a contraction of psychodynamics.
3. In the behavioral sciences, any of the numerous intrapersonal and interpersonal influences or phenomena associated with personality development and interpersonal processes.
[G. dynamis, force]

dynamics

/dy·nam·ics/ (di-nam´iks) the scientific study of forces in action; a phase of mechanics.

dy·nam·ics

(dī-nam'iks)
1. The science of motion in response to forces.
2. psychiatry The determination of how emotional and mental disorders develop.
3. behavioral sciences Any of the numerous intrapersonal and interpersonal influences or phenomena associated with personality development and interpersonal processes.
4. Factors that may contribute to a condition or situation.
[G. dynamis, force]

dynamics

the branch of mechanics concerned with the effects of forces on the motion of physical bodies. See also acceleration, force.

dynamics

motion occurring in response to force

dy·nam·ics

(dī-nam'iks)
Science of motion in response to forces.
[G. dynamis, force]

dynamics

1. the scientific study of forces in action; a phase of mechanics.
2. the motivating or driving forces, physical or moral, in any field.
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Further more, although source C gives the dynamic markings in the conventional Italian for this movement, Poetzsch has changed (and occasionally inaccurately placed) them all to the type of German dynamic markings that the copyist of source C used elsewhere.
Here the only dynamic marking is dolce, but the majority of the notes in this melody are b' and a'.
reveals no substantive differences beyond the occasional repositioning of some dynamic markings.
Fortunately the Modena score of the 1751 pasticcio often supplies dynamic markings missing from the London score, and they are duly noted in the critical report if incorporated into the edition.
1-2 of the autograph is missing in the edition, for example, and Gade's original dynamic markings for mm.
The fingering is very helpful as are dynamic markings, tempo indications and metronome markings.
In his forward (complete in English, French, and German), Konold provides a short history of the work and his justification for the sources used, although the English translation contains a significant error at the top of the fifth paragraph, leaving the reader with the incorrect impression that the 1841 score contains no dynamic markings whatsoever.
The Americans, in particular, are not only scrupulous in their observance of Bach's articulation and dynamic markings but also imaginative in making articulation and dynamics part of their own expressive armoury in the service of the composer.
I found just enough fingerings, dynamic markings, tempi and pedal indications to help student and teacher, while allowing individual interpretive decisions important for polishing and projecting the music.
While the dynamic markings and tempo suggestions are superfluous, even distracting, there is no confusion over their editorial nature, and performers with their own ideas of how these pieces should sound can ignore them easily enough (especially the more improbable ones, such as poco a poco animando, indugiando, and con intimo sentimento).
The layout is clean with appropriate fingerings and dynamic markings provided.

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