Definition of dynamical:
propulsive, action, changing, forcible, strong, hard-hitting, high-energy, snappy, impulsive, powerful, kinetic, resurgent, active, lively, energizing, propellent, propelling, high-octane, brisk, energising, self-propelling, driving, ever-changing, can-do, high-voltage, renascent, dynamic, forceful, peppy, spry, slashing, effective, propellant, high-powered, sprightly, self-propelled, high-power, vigorous, enterprising, energetic, strenuous, zippy, projectile.
If approached from the dynamical or living side of the underlying substratum, it is the beginning of the comparatively stable equilibrium which we call brute matter; if from the statical side, that is to say, from that of brute matter, it is the beginning of that dynamical state which we associate with life; it is the last of ego and first of non ego, or vice versa, as the case may be; it is the ground whereon the two meet and are neither wholly one nor wholly the other, but a whirling mass of contradictions such as attends all fusion.- "Luck or Cunning?", Samuel Butler.
- "The Story of the Heavens", Robert Stawell Ball.
In nearly every piece you play you will find a place or two of which your conscience tells you that they are not up to your own wishes; that they can be improved upon either from a rhythmical, dynamical or precisional point of view.- "Piano Playing With Piano Questions Answered", Josef Hofmann.