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Synonyms for music

an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner

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(music) the sounds produced by singers or musical instruments (or reproductions of such sounds)

punishment for one's actions

References in classic literature ?
It isn't a noise that you hear, But Music, harmonic and clear.
"How funny!" exclaimed Dorothy; "he says his breath makes the music."
I haven't any nerves, thank goodness, but your music makes my cotton shrink."
"If you don't shut off that music I'll smash your record," threatened Ojo.
"No; look out for the part where you think you have done with the goblins and they come back," breathed Helen, as the music started with a goblin walking quietly over the universe, from end to end.
The music summed up to her all that had happened or could happen in her career.
It is not as if I had quit my music and gone to work at something else.
I think I should have no other mortal wants, if I could always have plenty of music. It seems to infuse strength into my limbs, and ideas into my brain.
As piano-playing, it was perhaps abominable, but as music it was something real, vitalized by a sense of rhythm that was stronger than his other physical senses--that not only filled his dark mind, but worried his body incessantly.
or where you might turn and look across the still lapping harbour, out through the little neck of light between the headlands to the shimmering sea beyond,--your ears filled with a melting tide of sweet sounds, the murmur of the streams and the gentle surging of the sea, the rippling of leaves, the soft restless whisper of women's gowns, and the music of their vowelled voices.
"We are speaking of music, madam," said he, when no longer able to avoid a reply.
Varenka came, however, in the evening and brought a roll of music with her.
The only pleasure he allowed himself during the latter part of his stay in Paris was to go and hear music.
le Commissaire, the angel is called Erik, he lives in the Opera and he is the Angel of Music!"
I understand it, that the song be in quire, placed aloft, and accompanied with some broken music; and the ditty fitted to the device.