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melodics

(mɪˈlɒdɪks)
n
the study of melody
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melodics

the branch of music theory that deals with melody.
See also: Music
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Simon Jarvis's "Wordsworth's Late Melodics" finds in turn that the poet's later poetry, notably the "Ode to Lycoris," does not present a "neat fit between pre-concerted content and later verse ornamentation, but is rather a continually transformative, antagonistic co-operation among two rivalrous and well-matched powers" (160).
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The first movement is filled with inventive counterpoint, lovely melodics and rich pungent harmonies that call to mind French impressionism.