Harmonic, overtone, partial, fundamental note, hum-note.
Harmony, harmoniousness, concord, concordance, unison, homophony, chord, chime, consonance, euphony; counterpoint, polyphony; tonality, atonality.
Science of music: Harmony, thorough-bass, figured bass; Counterpoint.
Rhythm, time, tempo; common, duple, triple, six-eight, etc., time; tempo rubato, syncopation, rag-time, jazz.
(Verbs). To harmonise, chime, be in unison, etc.
(Adjectives). Harmonious, harmonic, harmonical, in harmony, in tune, etc., unisonant, unisonal, univocal, symphonic, homophonous; contrapuntal, chordal; diatonic, chromatic, enharmonic, tonal, atonal.
Measured, rhythmical, in time, on the beat, etc.
Melodious, musical, tuneful, tunable, sweet, dulcet, canorous, mellow, mellifluous, silver-toned, silvery, euphonious, euphonic, euphonical; enchanting, ravishing, etc., Orphean.
Hoarseness, croaking, etc. 410.
Confused sounds Babel: Dutch, concert, cat's concert, marrowbones and cleavers, charivari 404.
(Verbs). To be discordant, etc., to croak, jar 410.
(Adjectives). Discordant, dissonant, out of tune, sharp, flat, tuneless, absonant, unmusical, inharmonious, unmelodious, untuneful, untunable, singsong.
Cacophonous, harsh, hoarse, croaking, jarring, stridulous, etc. 410.
Composition, work, opus, score, full score, vocal score, etc.
Solo, duet, trio, quartet, etc., concerted music, chorus, chamber music.
Instrumental music: Symphony, sinfonietta, symphonic poem, tone-poem, concerto, sonata, sonatina; allegro, andante, largo, scherzo, rondo, etc.; overture, prelude, intermezzo, postlude, voluntary; ballade, nocturne, serenade, aubade, barcarolle, berceuse, etc.; fugue, fugato, canon; variations, humoresque, rhapsody, caprice, capriccio, fantasia, impromptu; arrangement, pot-pourri; march, pibroch, minuet, gavotte, waltz, mazurka, etc. 840; accompaniment, obbligato; programme-music.
Vocal music: chant, plain - song, Gregorian music, neume, psalmody, psalm, hymn, anthem, motet, antiphon, canticle, introit, etc., service; song, ballad, lied, chanson, cavatina, canzonet, serenade, lullaby, ditty, chanty, folk-song; dithyramb; part-song, glee, catch, canon, madrigal, chorus, cantata, oratorio, etc.; opera, see Drama 599.
Dirge, requiem, nenia, knell, lament, coronach, dead march.
Musical ornament; grace-note, appoggiatura, trill, shake, turn, beat, mordent, etc.; cadenza, roulade, bravura, colorature, coloratura.
Scale, run, arpeggio, chord; five-finger exercise, study, étude, toccata.
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