melodics


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melodics

(mɪˈlɒdɪks)
n
the study of melody

melodics

the branch of music theory that deals with melody.
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Tours will run every 15 minutes and there'll be refreshments and haunting melodics from folk rock group Stormcrow.
aside by the snarling melodics of Allah, lobbed his baby
As for the American Quartet, the ensemble opted for wait-and-see tactics: their account deviates from the sonically Slavonic melodics, focusing instead on the composition's rhythmic and structural aspect.
In general, the East Coast of Africa has developed the melodics to the nth degree.
We would talk about notions of construction versus composition, physical combat versus conceptual acts of resistance, the melodics of the spoken word.
The kind of quickfire melodics they do so well with Rod steering the blend of hip hop, dub and reggae with a natural sunsplash feelgood factor.
Validacio perceptiva dels patrons melodics del catala.
The first movement is filled with inventive counterpoint, lovely melodics and rich pungent harmonies that call to mind French impressionism.
Slightly tremulous vocals feeling their way gently through the chiming guitars heighten the famously poignant melodics.
It is, after all, a music built primarily on rhythmic, not melodics or harmonics, and it has, in the course of its evolution, always defied the rules.
The Pavel Haas Quartet have basically sacrificed the Slavonic melodics of Quartet No.
A whole range of allegedly distinctive innovations were to be attributed to the Mannheim School--in melodics (the so-called Mannheim manners: the "Mannheim sigh", the "rocket", the "Mannheim roller"), in structure (a higher developmental stage of the so-called sonata form, the introduction of the minuet into the symphony as a 4th movement), and orchestration (the emancipation of the wind instruments, the introduction of the clarinets into the orchestra).