Definition of staccato mark in English:

staccato mark

Line breaks: stac|cato mark

noun

A dot or stroke above or below a note indicating that it is to be played staccato.
More example sentences
  • In his playing, every little accent and staccato mark is milked to emphasize each structural detail.
  • He said that they are supposed to be played as though the staccato marks and the slurs are not there.
  • The staccato marks in the Schirmer are misleading; the notes should probably not be played detached.

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