music video


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music video

n.
A film or video rendition of a recorded song, often showing the musicians performing or showing images that illustrate the lyrics or the mood of the song.

mu′sic vid′eo


n.
a short film that accompanies a popular song.
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Nicki gave a taste of what is to be expected from her music video when she released an equally controversial cover art of the single.
Adam is a comedian, writer, broadcaster, video director, general music video enthusiast and YouTube comment wrangler.
The selected band or musical talent will see their song brought to life by a group of aspiring video directors at the 2011 DFI Music Video Workshop.
Dhoom Pichuk Dhoom' captured Benaras beautifully and much later its lead singer Palash Sen would mention, "Dada [Pradeep Sarkar, the song's music video director], wanted a red tinge to the entire video".
In addition, the campaign will include integrated branded sponsor elements within episodes detailing the making of each music video, as well as companion media placements and integrated sponsor graphics on the network website and distribution points such as the network's YouTube channel.
New music video releases and special features will be available as part of the content.
Music videos are an excellent learning tool because students can both hear and observe the singer's lip movements.
The general entry categories are documentary, fiction and music video.
Obviously, an agent's music video connections are important to a dancer like yourself.
In 1989, his portfolio of animated short film work landed him his first gig as a music video director for the now-defunct hit rock-R&B band Living Colour.
This VH1 series--named after the first video ever played on MTV, in 1981--credits Queen's "Bohemian Rhapsody" with launching what we now consider the music video (a misnomer, by the way, since now virtually all videos are shot on film).
Above all, the music video became the place where you could view the harmonic convergence of many culture industries: music, film, cable TV, video game, advertising, celebrity, style, sports.