melodic


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having or producing a pleasing melody

resembling or having the effect of music, especially pleasing music

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containing or constituting or characterized by pleasing melody

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Its soundtrack is rich with traditional mountain songs performed by the cream of Americana talent - Emmylou Harris, Iris DeMent, Taj Mahal, Hazel Dickens - as well as some amazingly melodic actors, among them grizzled veteran Pat Carroll and opera-trained teen-ager Emmy Rossum.
Through active listening and discovery, they learn how to harmonize melodic patterns.
Instead, the melodic phrases owe their unity and continuity to the juxtaposition of short segments with obvious motivic connections.
Lifson captures the high spirits of the adventurous piglet, but her voice is too soft and melodic to justify the adverse reaction Polly is supposed to evoke from the rest of the animals.
International superstar and multiple Grammy(R) Award-winner Sting lends his voice to the melodic and heartfelt ballad "My Funny Friend and Me," the first single from the Walt Disney Records' soundtrack to "The Emperor's New Groove.
Therefore, in formal musical instruction, they are never expected to read a tonal or rhythmic construct they haven't experienced first through listening and then through chanting, singing and finally performing in melodic or rhythmic isolation that is, melody patterns without rhythm, rhythm patterns without pitch differences.
Midori solos in Tchaikovsky's melodic ``Violin Concerto in D major.
One of the most distinctive bands of the era, Queensryche's brooding, provocative yet melodic music has ensured their place in metal history and made them lasting favorites on two different radio formats even as they continue to record and tour much to the enjoyment of their sizable cult following.
There are many sections where voicing and melodic projection will be a concern.
Beyond that, longer items such as the melodic ``Godless'' and the droning ``Nietzsche'' (catch the drift?
With the "So Pure" video, Alanis extends the melodic buoyancy and dance rhythms of the song, which hits radio June 29.
Piano Logic illustrates a "numeric language of music" in which the numbers one through seven are used to define chords, arpeggios and melodic sequences in any key.
The echo of ``Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This)'' that Scottish-born diva Annie Lennox inserts into ``17 Again,'' the opening cut of this botched reunion record, only demonstrates how far this project is from the wit and melodic invention of the duo's '80s heyday.
Concentrating on speed, melodic pharsing, unusual guitar techniques and great guitar tones, he has developed a unique guitar style all his own.
The character of the melodic lines lends themselves easily to a style of expression that includes vibrato and may be beneficial for students with a developing vibrato--particularly in the third octave.