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1. an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner (Freq. 51)
Derivationally related forms:
Members of this Topic:
chromatic, diatonic, popular, pop, conjunct,
disjunct, diminished, bowed, plucked, fast, slow,
first, second, copyrighted, unresolved, dissonant, alto,
tenor, lyric, dramatic, major, minor, cantabile,
singing, monophonic, polyphonic, contrapuntal, natural, sharp,
flat, solo, con brio, staccato, disconnected, legato,
smooth, masculine, feminine, tonal, atonal, unkeyed,
atonalistic, fretted, unfretted, serial, polyphonous, mensural,
measured, mensurable, fugally, presto, largo, accelerando,
adagio, andante, allegretto, allegro, glissando, molto,
pizzicato, prestissimo, rallentando, dolce, transposition, release,
tone ending, interlude, intermezzo, entr'acte, recapitulation, tuning,
audio CD, audio compact disc, barrel organ, grind organ, hand organ, hurdy gurdy,
hurdy-gurdy, street organ, electric organ, electronic organ, Hammond organ, organ,
sounding board, soundboard, stop, string, synthesizer, synthesiser,
unison, registration, timbre, timber, quality, tone,
crescendo, forte, fortissimo, decrescendo, diminuendo, piano,
pianissimo, fermata, register, pyrotechnics, section, subdivision,
dedication, inscription, exposition, musical notation, sheet music, scale,
musical scale, flourish, fanfare, tucket, swoop, slide,
gamut, roulade, tonic, keynote, supertonic, mediant,
subdominant, dominant, submediant, subtonic, leading tone, staff,
stave, slur, tie, C, C major, C major scale,
scale of C major, segno, sforzando, world premiere, preparation, resolution,
theme, melodic theme, musical theme, idea, statement, ligature,
larghetto, suite, syncopation, expressive style, style, development,
arioso, vibrato, brass family, violin family, woodwind family, executant,
musician, sightreader, tremolo, musical time, value, time value,
note value, tempo, pacing, beats per minute, bpm, metronome marking,
M.M., invert, sharpen, flatten, drop, sound off,
strike up, compose, write, counterpoint, set to music, arrange,
set, put, score, transpose, melodize, melodise,
harmonize, harmonise, realize, realise, fiddle, play,
swing, rag, beat, chord, solmizate, prepare
auditory communication
section, subdivision, pizzicato, monophony, monophonic music,
monody, polyphony, polyphonic music, concerted music, polytonality, polytonalism,
popularism, harmony, musical harmony, tune, melody, air,
strain, melodic line, line, melodic phrase, part music, musical composition,
opus, composition, piece, piece of music, instrumental music, prelude,
overture, antiphony, refrain, chorus, ballet, dance music,
serialism, serial music, syncopation, music genre, musical genre, genre,
musical style, Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Chopin, Gilbert and Sullivan,
Handel, Haydn, Mozart, Stravinsky, Wagner, Ta'ziyeh,
vocal music, vocal
2. any agreeable (pleasing and harmonious) sounds (Freq. 12)
- he fell asleep to the music of the wind chimes
Derivationally related forms:
euphonic (for: euphony), euphonous (for: euphony), euphonious (for: euphony), euphonical (for: euphony), musical
Members of this Topic:
reharmonize, reharmonise, harmonize, harmonise, orchestrate,
instrument, instrumentate, transcribe
sound, auditory sensation
music of the spheres
3. musical activity (singing or whistling etc.) (Freq. 2)
- his music was his central interest
Derivationally related forms:
musical, musician
singing, vocalizing
Members of this Topic:
sound off, strike up, harmonize, harmonise, interlude,
scamp, churn out, sightread, sight-read, rap, concertize,
concertise, prelude, jazz, rag, bugle, play,
register, skirl, symphonize, symphonise, tweedle, reprise,
reprize, repeat, recapitulate, pipe, slur, pedal,
bang out, play along, accompany, follow, modulate, bow,
sing, psalm, minstrel, solmizate, chirp, choir,
chorus, troll, hymn, carol, madrigal, drum,
harp, conduct, lead, direct, fiddle, trumpet,
clarion, double tongue, triple-tongue, tongue
bell ringing, carillon, carillon playing, instrumental music, intonation,
percussion, vocal music, whistling
Part Meronyms:
beats per minute, bpm, metronome marking, M.M.
4. (music) the sounds produced by singers or musical instruments (or reproductions of such sounds)
Derivationally related forms:
musical, musician
Members of this Topic:
syncopate, harmonize, harmonise, chord, key,
sound off, strike up, clarion, double tongue, triple-tongue, tongue
sound, auditory sensation
piano music
5. punishment for one's actions
- you have to face the music
- take your medicine
punishment, penalty, penalization, penalisation

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