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monody, monophonic music, monophony - concerted music, polyphonic music, polyphony - polytonalism, polytonality - popularism - euphony, harmony, melodiousness, musical harmony - air, aria, line, melodic line, melodic phrase, melody, strain, tune - part music - composition, musical composition, musical work, opus, piece, piece of music - prelude - overture - antiphony - chorus, refrain - ballet - serialism, serial music - genre, musical genre, musical style, music genre - Bach - Beethoven - Brahms - Chopin - Gilbert and Sullivan - Handel - Haydn - Mozart - Stravinsky - Wagner - Ta'ziyeh - classical, classical music, serious music - chamber music - church music, religious music - pizzicato - instrumental music - dance music - vocal, vocal music[Spéc.]
chromatic - diatonic - pop, popular - conjunct - disjunct - diminished - bowed - plucked - fast - slow - first - copyrighted - dissonant, unresolved - alto - tenor - lyric - dramatic - major - minor - cantabile, singing - monophonic - contrapuntal, polyphonic - natural - sharp - flat - solo - con brio - disconnected, staccato - legato, smooth - masculine - feminine - tonal - atonal, unkeyed - atonalistic - fretted - unfretted - serial - many-voiced, polyphonic, polyphonous - lyric - measured, mensurable, mensural - con brio - fugally - presto - largo - accelerando - adagio - andante - allegretto - allegro - glissando - molto - pizzicato - prestissimo - rallentando - dolce - transposition - release, tone ending - entr'acte, interlude, intermezzo, intermission - music - tuning - audio CD, audio compact disc - electric organ, electronic organ, Hammond organ, organ - audio board, audio card, soundboard, sound board, sound card, sounding board - stop - synthesiser, synthesizer - unison - registration - quality, timber, timbre, tone - crescendo - forte, fortissimo - decrescendo, diminuendo - pianissimo, piano - register - pyrotechnics - music - section, subdivision - dedication, inscription - musical notation - sheet music - musical scale, scale - fanfare, flourish, tucket - slide, swoop - gamut - roulade - keynote, tonic - supertonic - mediant - subdominant - dominant - submediant - leading tone, subtonic - staff, stave - slur - tie - segno - sforzando - world premiere - preparation - resolution - idea, melodic theme, musical theme, theme - statement - ligature - largo - larghetto - adagio - syncopation - expressive style, style - arioso - vibrato - executant - musician - sightreader - tremolo - note value, time value, value - pacing, tempo, time - beats per minute, bpm, M.M., metronome marking - invert - sharpen - drop, flatten - sound off, strike up - compose, write - counterpoint - set to music - arrange, set - put - score - transpose - melodise, melodize - harmonise, harmonize - realise, realize - fiddle - perform, play - bop, swing - rag - play - beat - chord - solmizate - prepare - Sabor u Gucyi (sr) - recapitulation - barrel organ, grind organ, hand organ, hurdy gurdy, hurdy-gurdy, street organ - string - fermata - exposition - C - C major, C major scale, scale of C major - recapitulation - suite - development - brass family - violin family - woodwind family - musical time - second[Domaine]