(Especially as a direction) in a very quick tempo.
- At 13:50, her version is almost three minutes slower than Krysa's and because of that, the piece breathes easily between the prestissimo flights of fancy.
- The wood in the half-light waking at daybreak to the belling of stags that bursts into barks; the wood doubled over the prestissimo riffs, the wood enjoying the sea's sport.
noun (plural prestissimos)
Italian, superlative of presto 'quick, quickly' (see presto).
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