Noun(1) a succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence(2) the perception of pleasant arrangements of musical notes
(1) Stock is stronger with structure, rhythm, harmony and tonal effect than he is with melody .(2) Her voice sounded like pure music, a melody he'd forever be joyful to hear composed.(3) Copland, of course, owed a lot to the Russian Stravinsky, but not his sense of melody , embedded in the American vernacular.(4) The common threads are JÔö£Ôöéhannsson's airy use of space and the fundamental simplicity with which he approaches melody and arrangement.(5) Having said that, there is some evocative background to most of the mixes and they do show the plain gift for melody that Reich has.(6) Consistently elevating each of these fourteen tracks above the clones are the pair's ear for melody and sense of musical humor.(7) This is a language I can understand, music with a melody I can whistle.(8) As with the chord of the diminished seventh in the past, these bring a new colour to the melody and the harmony.(9) The haze of sound he creates actually does activate those harmonics and their subtle movement is the real melody of the music.(10) That same, simple melody played by a single trumpet might be beautiful, but the message conveyed and resulting impact on the audience is not the same.(11) In terms of form, melody , and harmony, these works define the word ├ö├ç├┐traditional.├ö├ç├û(12) Second, the student is able to play melody and harmony simultaneously.(13) Still, these are threads rather than a dialogue until the piano plays an infectious melody around which the music weaves a joyous romp.(14) Even if the basic chords are unchanged, the melody almost inevitably adds passing notes which effectively alter the chords.(15) Glass has stripped music down to a few bare parameters: repetition, simple harmony and little melody .(16) Shadows Collide with People marks the point at which Frusciante brings his gift for melody and proper songs to his own work.
(1) sad melody :: trist melodi
1. tune ::
2. air ::
3. strain ::
4. theme ::
5. song ::
6. refrain ::
7. piece of music ::
8. ditty ::
Different Formsmelodic, melodies, melody
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