melodist


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mel·o·dize

 (mĕl′ə-dīz′)
v. mel·o·dized, mel·o·diz·ing, mel·o·diz·es
v.tr.
1. To write a melody for (a song lyric).
2. To make melodious.
v.intr.
To compose a melody.

mel′o·diz′er, mel′o·dist n.

melodist

(ˈmɛlədɪst)
n
1. (Music, other) a composer of melodies
2. (Music, other) a singer

mel•o•dist

(ˈmɛl ə dɪst)

n.
a composer or singer of melodies.

melodist

a person who composes or sings melodies.
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As a verbal melodist, especially a melodist of sweetness and of stately grace, and as a harmonist of prolonged and complex cadences, he is unsurpassable.
In that respect he was one among a throng of melodists who made the Elizabethan age in many respects the greatest lyric period in the history of English or perhaps of any literature.
The competition finalists will be evaluated through certain criteria: 30 per cent by audience votes and 70 per cent by a panel of judges, namely, Ibrahim al Mantheri, director and melodist, Khawla al Siyabi, singing artist and Mohammed Bakori, musician and melodist.
For composer Ryan Cayabyab, Cruz was 'the best melodist of our generation.
Wainwright, a longtime opera fanatic, is a gifted melodist, and although the music of Prima Donna is largely derivative (Debussy and Puccini come to mind from time to time), this score is very deftly made and orchestrated in an evocative and even innovative fashion--by Wainwright himself, though he admits to having "several fantastic assistants" who "guided him through the process" as well as a reliance on technology such as the Sibelius notation system.
Conservative, but a born melodist, a brilliant orchestrator and a master of compositional craft, Bird was ideally suited to write for the reed organ.
Ironically, Brothers claims that a prejudice in jazz history that emphasizes rhythm rather than melody has failed to recognize Armstrong as a great melodist (p.
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Sheikh Mohammed won it twice in 1988 when two of his horses dead-heated - Diminuendo and Melodist 5 The event was established in 1895 and it was originally contested over a mile Of the three running for the Yorkshire handler in this one, the low-weighted EXCESSABLE looks the pick of the bunch.
Hanita Bhamri - The Melodist whose songs Speak of Complex things in Simple Ways
51) In the same year patrons of a concert at The Music Hall in Liverpool were promised that Mr Ryley (the well known 'Irish melodist and comic recitor') would include 'The Inverary Steamboat' in his programme.
Norgard's skill as a melodist remained constant throughout his long career, although like Norholm he experimented with a variety of styles and compositional techniques.