A sweet or agreeable succession of sounds.
A rhythmical succession of single tones, ranging for the most part within a given key, and so related together as to form a musical whole, having the unity of what is technically called a musical thought, at once pleasing to the ear and characteristic in expression.
The air or tune of a musical piece.
the singing of a tune, without harmony or part singing, where all voices and instruments perform the same relative pitch (a pitch or its octave)
The arrangement and sequence of pitches.
a term that refers to specific tunes or categories of tunes within a chant system, e. g., a "Solovetsk Monastery melody" or the "Greek chant troparion melody in the 1st Tone" (see also chant)
pitches and rhythms sounded successively in time (one after the other).
A series of tones played or sung one after another, rather than at the same time (see chords, harmony). To many, the term melody is just a more formal way of saying "tune." Each tone in a melody is made up of two things: pitch and duration.
A succession of notes that form the primary musical statement of a song or composition.
as used in this paper, a sequence of notes that defines a particul ar musical idea
(1) The aspect of music having to do with the succession of single notes in a coherent arrangement; (2) a particular succession of such notes (also referred to as tune, theme, or voice).
single notes in a recognisable pattern.
An arrangement of single notes in a musically expressive succession. Melody is the generic term that incorporates the "tune" of a piece of music. In the Beatles tune "Hey Jude", McCartney is singing the melody – the rest of the band are the accompaniment, incorporating rhythm and harmony.
a pleasing succession of sounds (melodious adj)
(mel•o•dy) n. – a tune or song.
a particular, identifiable association of notes and pitches; a tune.
Combinations of different pitches into recognizable phrases or lines. Melody notes can go up, repeat, or go down. Notes that go up or down may move by steps or jumps.
the main tune observed throughout a piece of music
posh word for tune
The tune of the music.
a succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence; "she was humming an air from Beethoven"
the perception of pleasant arrangements of musical notes
a combination of pitches and durations that make a musical statement in the way words make a sentence
a combination of pitches and durations that make a musical statement similar to a sentence
a group of notes in a certain order that results in a sweet or agreeable sound
a group of notes played or sung in succession, e
a linear succession of sounds and silences moving through time
a logical succession of tones, as opposed to a random one
a musical line made up of skips, steps, and repeated notes
a rhythmic succession of single tones organized as a whole and is pleasing to the senses
a sequence of musical tones
a sequence of notes that we perceive to have been played or performed by a single object, which we often call a voice even if it isn't one
a series of notes played in succession
a series of tones of different pitch that may also vary in duration
a single succession of pitches, not to be confused with harmony
a succession of notes played by an instrument
a tune, a horizontal flow of notes that generally serves as the basic identifier of a piece of music
The main idea in a piece of music. What You hum when You listen to a song or other piece of music. Usually the most memorable and singable line of music in a piece.
The perception of notes sounded one at a time; a series of pitches intended to be heard in succession. The melody is the part of a composition that one might sing.
(H.E.): refers in Harmonic Experience to the up-and-down aspect of music, that which is quantifiable by intervalic measurement; as distinct from harmony (q.v.)
A succession of pitches and durations (note lengths) arranged to create a tune.
An organized succession of tones.
an element of music that deals with the organized progression of single tones or pitches
a pattern of pitches and rhythm that creates a tune or song. In folk music styles, the melody is often maintained by a lead instrument, or a succession of lead instruments, and also by a lead vocalist, or a succession of lead vocalists. Other musicians and/or singers may provide complementary lines or chords called harmony.
A succession of tones that produce a series of musical phrases that are combined to make a song.
A linear succession of musical notes. The horizontal aspect of music.
a coherent succession of pitches
A parade of notes, one following the other meaningfully.
Succession of single tones or pitches perceived by the mind as a unity. Example: Brahms, Symphony No.1, fourth movement Real Audio: 28k | 56k | About this album We perceive the pitches of this broad, singing melody in relation to one another, in the same way we hear the words in a sentence as an entire thought.
The tune. A series of notes that is often singable.
the horizontal dimension of music, referring to the organization of pitches (and in later centuries, particular rhythms) into a line.
An orderly succession of single tones arranged as aesthetically appealing sounds.
A logical succession of musical pitches arranged in a rhythmic pattern.
a succession of musical tones
Succession of related tones that express an idea
the succession of single tones in musical composition, as distinguished from harmony and rhythm.
A succession of tones, usually as a coherent line.
The aspect of music concerned with the relative pitch of notes, as distinct from rhythm. The succession of single tones varying in pitch and rhythm and having a recognizable musical shape..
refers in this book to the up-and-down aspect of music, that which is quantifiable by intervallic measurement; as distinct from harmony (q.v.).
A melody is the combination of single music notes played in sequence to produce a rhythmical tune. On a piano or keyboard, chords are usually played with the left hand, while the melody is usually played with the right hand.
The use of pitch and sequences of pitches.
A succession of musical notes played one after another (usually the most recognizable tune of a song).
A recognizable sequence of pitches.
An organized succession of pitches.
The movement of the voice up or down the musical scale.
Succession of single tones or pitches perceived by the mind as a unity. We perceive the pitches of this broad, singing melody in relation to one another, in the same way we hear the words in a sentence as an entire thought. Example: Brahms, Symphony No. 1, fourth movement Real Audio: 28K | 56K | About this album
An organized sequence of single notes.
featured musical line
A pleasing succession of rhythmically organized sounds.
MelodÃa Ruiz GutiÃ©rrez (born October 18, 1990 in Dos Hermanas, Spain), better known in the Spanish music world as Melody, is a pop singer. Some close relatives used to belong to a music group named Los Quillos.
Melody is the debut album by Joy Electric. In 2006, it was rereleased on i Tunes, along with Robot Rock and CHRISTIANsongs. Unlike the majority of Joy Electric's discography, this album features instruments other than the standard analog synthesizer, including drum machines and samplers.