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me·lod·ic

 (mə-lŏd′ĭk)
adj.
Of, relating to, or containing melody.

me·lod′i·cal·ly adv.
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Adv.1.melodically - with respect to melodymelodically - with respect to melody; "melodically interesting themes"
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The rhythmically and melodically twisting Wrong Note Rag from Wonderful Town served as the fun encore.
The first piece, "Celestial Procession" moves melodically around a broad range of the keyboard and changes intervals frequently.
In terms of its diction, the gracious, melodically inventive piece resembles Mendelssohn's Songs Without Words.
It's occasionally ramshackle but melodically engaging, with Piers Lane and the quartet giving a bright, crisp performance.
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For Paul Greengrass' Tom hanks-starring thriller about an American cargo ship hijacked by Somali pirates, the concept was "to paint a picture in sound, but not be invasive by being melodically intrusive, to be descriptive in support of the film without coming into the foreground," Jackman says.
Melodically, you always know you're going to get quality, intimate songwriting that's confidential in tone and with half a dozen hooks that stick around for ever.
Witty and dry, sardonic yet never cynical, melodically infectious yet edgy sing along songs, these four lads who shook the Wirral are perhaps still to some extent an undiscovered national treasure.
Her favorite bird is Jorinda, who is beautiful and sings melodically.
Both Berkeley and Ewazen use open fourths melodically in developing rich and expressive layers among the three instruments.