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Melody - Wikipedia

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A melody ("singing, chanting"), also tune, voice, or line, is a linear succession of musical tones that the listener perceives as a single entity. In its most literal ...

Melody vs. Harmony: Definitions and Examples - Video & Lesson ...

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What is a 'melody?' How are 'melody' and 'harmony' different? What kinds of harmonies are used in classical and current popular styles of music?...

Elements of Music

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A motif (or motive) is either a very short melody or a distinctive part of a longer melody. I might describe the opening four notes of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony as ...

Melody | Define Melody at Dictionary.com

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Melody definition, musical sounds in agreeable succession or arrangement. See more.

10 Words to Describe Music: Musical Parameters - EarMonk

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Apr 22, 2015 ... The following article explains how you can describe music using the 10 most common musical parameters: Rhythm, tempo, harmony, melody, ...

Basic Musical Concepts - Beat, Rhythm, Melody and Harmony

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Basic Musical Concepts - Beat, Rhythm, Melody and Harmony. Without getting to deep into music theory, periods, styles and all that (which is too western) we ...

In simple terms, how would you describe Rhythm and Melody

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Aug 6, 2013 ... What I understand is that, we take a set of notes and put them in a sequence. This gives us melody which is the music. But just notes playing ...

THE ELEMENTS OF MUSIC

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In Classical music the terms used to describe dynamic levels are often in Italian: ... Melody is the element that focuses on the HORIZONTAL presentation of Pitch.

melody | music | Britannica.com

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Jul 20, 1998 ... ... from pitch to pitch. Melody in Western music by the late... ... A melodic line has several characteristics that, taken together, describe it: 1.

Melody | Definition of Melody by Merriam-Webster

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Define melody: a pleasing series of musical notes that form the main part of a song or piece of music — melody in a sentence.