In Stravinsky's Firebird, during the Danse Infernale section, there are several very short, jarring bursts from the orchestra. These bursts have an unusual dynamic quality in that the attack is not at the beginning of the note, rather it is at the end.
I'm trying to find the correct term to describe that dynamic. It's similar to a crescendo, except that it doesn't build slowly, it takes place within the time of a single note, or a very rapid run of several notes.
Is there a term for this effect, and how is it notated on the score of The Firebird?