mood music


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mood music

n
1. recorded music played in the background in a place to establish a mood of relaxation, calm, etc
2. a prevailing atmosphere or feeling
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PBoris sings an uplifting tune but the mood music is more sinister UT ASIDE for a moment the enormity of the challenges facing the new Prime Minister and ignore, briefly, the vulnerability of his government and the divisions over Brexit.
McCarthy said: "If the result has created mood music, it's good mood music.
Fittingly for a filmmaker who is also a renowned pioneering composer who created or jointly composed the majority of his own film scores, the gala got under way with some eerie electronic mood music.
The mood music from these has been rather more positive than expected.
The mood music from the team seems more sensible, no one is getting carried away, but they know they have a chance to do well.
Dad, meanwhile, is in charge of the mood music and lighting.
She also strongly criticised the "appalling behaviour of far too many politicians" and the "mood music" they were creating.
lawmakers reached an "agreement in principle" on border security was tonic, while on the U.S.-China trade talks front, officials from both sides have be setting market-soothing mood music with upbeat remarks.
However, the mood music in the global economy is not very cheerful.
And the mood music coming out of Southampton is that new boss Ralph Hasenhuttl won't be fazed by his tough task at the Saints.
Missing monies aside, the mood music emanating from the American side was generally conciliatory, and carried a message of a desire to reset relations with the new government and the new PM.
The mood music of Sunderland's new regime is that the club will look to support their top-rated academy and tap into it next season.