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- A melody is a series of notes sounding in succession.
- Melody is a crisp semi-dry wine that offers delicate floral and vanilla aromas and bright citrusy flavors.
- Melody is a universal human phenomenon, traceable to pre-historic times.
- A melody was added a few years after the Paris Commune by a French factory worker, Pierre Degeyter.
- Melody is traditionally considered, along with rhythm and harmony, as one of the three fundamental elements in music.
- SPELLMAN: That's right, because Miles Davis and Wayne Shorter are playing one melody - a very haunting melody, in a certain sort of unison.
- The music continued well into the new millennium, as Marley released Ziggy Marley & the Melody Makers Live, Vol.
- Sometimes improvisation included references to the original melody or to other well-known melodic lines ("allusions," or "riffs").
- Some settings are taken directly from Playford and other sources; some are improvised by the band based around the original melody.
- Harmonizing in when someone sings either above or below the original melody within the chord structure of a song, and of course, making it sound good.
- Then came Harmer and her band with a 10-song set, heavy on lyrical melody and mercifully light on environmental politics.
- Paganini’s work imitates two violinists at once, the one playing a lyrical melody, the other a tremolando accompaniment, mostly in thirds.
- The cavaquinho appears sometimes as a melody instrument, other times as part of the rhythm.
- To hear a sound among violin sounds, just listen to Busch's treatment of the pizzicato chords at the point where the piano takes the main melody.
- There are either one or two ugal, which play an ornamented version of the main melody - the pokok - of the piece.
- A fake book contains the melody line along with lyrics and chord symbols.
- Each tune presented in this book includes: 1) the historical background of the tune; 2) the melody line of the tune; and 3) the lyrics of the tune.
- Rhythm, tempo and beat are subordinate to the melody line or tune, which is generally easily memorable, and followed without great difficulty.
- The melody of the concluding chorale often appears as a cantus firmus in the opening movement.
- A coloration chorale stated the chorale melody in the top part as a cantus firmus and disguised the original melody by using ornamention.
- The chorale melody was modified but otherwise kept intact as cantus firmus.
- Chorale Variation: theme and variation work for organ or harpsichord in which a chorale melody is the theme.
- In the DVD edition, only the latter part of the "The Broadway Melody" music is used, and is replaced by the Cohan song before the credits are half over.
- Rating: - Melody Time is good, in parts Melody Time was made by Walt Disney in a time when he needed to make a movie.
- If the residents had some old songs, A.P. would write down the lyrics and Lesley would strum along and memorize the melody.
- With vocal melody, lyrics, chord names, guitar chord diagrams and strum and pick patterns.
- With guitar tablature, standard notation, vocal melody, lyrics, chord names, guitar chord diagrams and guitar notation legend.
- The album ultimately reached the top 30 UK album chart and the band appeared on the cover of Melody Maker twice (24 September 1988 and 18 February 1989).
- Jim Walker (né James Donat Walker), a Canadian student newly arrived in the UK, was recruited on drums, after answering an ad placed in Melody Maker.
- In March, a series of articles Everett True had written for Melody Maker on the Seattle scene in general and Mudhoney in particular were published.
- In addition to the four siblings in the Melody Makers, three other Marley children -- Damian, Julian, and Ky-Mani -- also pursued careers in music.
- She had 4 of his 9 children, including David Ziggy Marley and Stephen Marley who continue their father's musical legacy in their band The Melody Makers.
- Educated in public schools, the girls took a liking to her musical surroundings and helped form the Melody Makers.
- Fugue is a composition in which different instruments repeat the same melody with slight variations.
- They placed the emphasis on arias, clearly separated from the "recitativo", and grounded the arias on a strong sense of rhythm and melody.
- The emphasis is on melody – mainly right hand linearity on display here from the pianist.
- Tune - A rhythmic succession of musical tones, a melody for instruments and voices.
- Harmony and Melody, placement of notes on Veena according to Pt.
- This book is arranged in the "EZ Play Today" format, and features the melody line (with large, easy to read notes!), lyrics, and chord symbols.
- The breakdown of the tonal system in the 20th century, and the freer use of chromaticism and large leaps, has made melody less easy to apprehend.
- While explicitly recalling the melody of Handel's theme, the chromaticism of this variation adds to the sense of a world beyond the Baroque.
- Strongly influenced by Bud Powell, Clark is known for his unique touch, sense of melody and complex, hard-swinging style.
- Besides a drum solo, there was little melody until Payton's trumpet joined in, when it made sense again.
- Instead the interest has to come from somewhere else – from melody, phrasing, the sheer sound of your instrument.
- This style was known as "Swing" which allowed musicians to improvise their own interpretation of the melody or theme that was sometimes difficult to do.
- Each of the movements differ in tempo, rhythm, and melody; but are held together by subject and style.
- Vocal harmony is a style of vocal music in which a consonant note or notes are sung at the same time as a main melody in a predominantly homophonic texture.
- Although sung with completely different lyrics and melody, the songwriting credit is given to the Wailers.
- In his own lifetime, Bob and the Wailers did not break the American market with the same level of success as the Melody Makers achieved in the late 80s.
- She released her first album, Melody in 2000.
- Marley began to write songs for the Melody Makers, and in 1985 the group released their first album, Play the Game Right.
- The B major second movement starts with a melody for the clarinet, accompanied by the composer's favoured cross- rhythms in the string parts.
- Agile passage work alternated with lyrical melody that seemed to owe much to Monteverdi in the second movement.
- Schubert's splendid sense of melody and drama testify to the developing romantic ideals in his music; his harmonic palette is essentially that of Beethoven.
- Beethoven varies the melody, harmony and rhythms so beautifully.
- Mostly basing his melody on traditional sources he brought in a huge input of instrumental music which varied from heavy metal to computer-generated sounds.
- The primary difference between glam metal and heavy metal is in lyrics, image and melody.
- Usually written for three or four voices, they were mostly homophonic (melody supported by chords) with occasional bits of imitation.
- For each selection you will find the melody line, chords and lyrics, plus a section of guitar chord diagrams.
- The notes of a melody are typically created with respect to pitch systems such as scales or modes.
- Scales are used to play solos and melody lines.
- Part of the Dixieland style involves musicians taking turns playing the melody while the others make up counter lines to go with it.
- In the Dixieland style, musicians taking turns playing the melody while the others improvise countermelodies.
- In jazz, musicians often play solos that they make up on the spot, or they reinterpret a given melody or chord sequence.
- In a piece of music, the melody is the most identifiable theme.
- Converting a non-ragtime piece of music into ragtime by changing the time values of melody notes is known as "ragging" the piece.
- On many occasions, the cello section will pick up the melody of the piece for a brief period of time, before returning to the harmony.
- Produced by Steve Fleck, Kevin Distel, and Bob Stander, Minutiae was conceived as a vehicle to restore melody and quality musicianship to pop music.
- Pop music generally uses a simple, memorable melody and may use stripped-down rhythms.
- Pop music is characterised by a heavy rhythmic element, and often with the use of electronic amplification, while the melody line may also be dominant.
- This is 'Mixed,' introduced by the horns, starting on a repeated 4 note melody – some nice muted trumpet from Curson.
- In this instrumental canon, the double bass presents a melody that is imitated exactly by the bassoon at a fixed distance in time.
- After the cello enters, the material expands much the way the melody does in the second movement of the Second Piano Concerto.
- The cello plays the same fifteen note melody continuously using only the notes C, E, D, F-sharp and B-flat.
- Schoenberg wrote that he felt melody could melt smoothly into harmony and vice versa, through the persistence of memory.
- But the melody is very little, and for the most part James does what he does best, and that is assault the listener along with the rest of the band.
- Many listeners found, and still find, his music hard to follow, lacking a sense of definite melody.
- This style was very important in opera and in solo vocal music, where it helped listeners to locate the expressive melody of the vocal part.
- Morton often played the melody of a tune with his right thumb, while sounding a harmony above these notes with other fingers of the right hand.
- This differs from the norm in that the piano will generally be in the rhythm section, but in hot jazz, the right hand will play the melody.
- James P. Johnson developed "stride" piano playing, in which the right hand plays the melody, while the left hand provides the rhythm and bassline.
- Within a verse, most chorales follow the AAB pattern of melody that is known as the German Bar form.
- After the second chorus, Cobain plays a 16-bar guitar solo that almost completely restates his vocal melody from the verse and pre-chorus.
- Tenor 3 (green shirt) plays the higher parts, and also does a little melody that I created in the later chorus.
- In the sonatina the piano introduces the first melody, later taken up and extended by the flute, leading to a secondary melodic element.
- It resembles a violin, but is played by grazing the strings with a fingernail and plays the main melody.
- In the second part he wanted to play variations by Czerny on a melody from Bellini 's opera "Il pirata" and take part in a duo with violin by Mayseder.
- Or the amazing dialogue between the violin and the flowing melody of the harpsichord's right hand part, as the violin accompanies it with its double-stops.
- The work is built around a unusual, chromatic theme which was provided by the King when Bach asked him for a melody on which to improvise a fugue.
- Extracted from Cantata, BWV 508. A melody which may or may not have been written by Bach.
- These 14 fugues (called Contrapuncti by Bach), are all based on the same theme, demonstrating the versatility of a simple melody.
- With orchestra in 1945, the melody and harmony were carried by horns and flute, Mary Lou adding only a brief keyboard bridge.
- A new dominance of melody within harmony at the expense of text led to great changes, including the expansion of instrumental resources of the orchestra.
- This excerpt shows the symetry of Panufnik - the orchestra slows down as the solo violin plays the melody and then returns, speeding up.
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