Category: Classical

  1. Kajilrajas Reply
    Melody: The earliest documentation of this melody (anonymous) is found on a broadside entitled Eyn schön Lied, published in Wittenberg in Some early examples of the melody: One of the earliest settings is by Sethus Calvisius () and can be traced back to
  2. Akinoramar Reply
    Melody definition is - a sweet or agreeable succession or arrangement of sounds. How to use melody in a sentence.
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    Melody. Preschool mixed-media music show. Melody is a partially sighted girl with an incredible imagination who visualizes stories and characters conjured up by classical music.
  5. Dami Reply
    absolute music, abstract music, pure music - Absolute music (abstract music, pure music) is music for its own sake—concerned only with structure, melody, harmony, and rhythm. air - An expressive succession of musical sounds—a melody or tune. melody - From Greek melos.
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    noun, plural mel·o·dies. musical sounds in agreeable succession or arrangement.