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composed rhythmical sound; playing of musical instruments, singing; musical notes in written form

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Music in Greek
μουσική

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Music in Chinese (s)
音乐; 乐曲

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Music in Chinese (t)
音樂; 樂曲

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Music in Arabic
موسيقى, عقاب

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Music in Spanish
música, son

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Music in Russian
музыка, ноты, оркестр, хор, музыкальное произведение

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Music in Dutch
muziek; zang, spel; noten

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Music in Portuguese
música, melodia, composição, musical

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Music in Turkish
müzik, musiki

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Music in Italian
musica; melodia

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Music in French
musique, chant; notes

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Music in German
Musik; Noten

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Music in Japanese
音楽; 音楽作品; 楽譜; 快い響き

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Music in Hebrew
מוזיקה, מוסיקה; נגינה של כלי נגינה, שירה; תווים

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Music in Korean
음악 (연주, 노래 등); 음악 (학문); 악보

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Music in Swedish
musik; spel; sång; noter, musiknoter

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Music in English
Music [from Greek mousike (techne) the art of the Muses] The music of the Greeks did not signify merely the harmony of sounds, but actually imbodied the idea of inner harmony of the spirit, the becoming at one with the spirit of the Muses, so that the soul responded in harmonic rhythm to the beat of universal harmony. Music with the Greeks, therefore, included, besides vocal and instrumental music, choral dancing, rhythmic motions, and various modes of harmony expressed in action, perhaps most particularly that part of education which we should now classify as a striving for harmony in life combined with aesthetic, in contrast with intellectual and physical branches of study and development. It was culture of the essential person, the ego or soul, whereas the other two divisions care for and supply the needs of the mind and of the body.
Music, considered as the essential harmony not only in cosmic but in human life, has fallen from that high estate to being little more than the harmony of sounds, cultivated piecemeal under a number of varieties: one may be an expert instrumentalist without having much harmony in one's soul.
In this modern, limited sense music combines and appeals to the aesthetic and the mathematical. For, while we have the power to be enraptured by harmony and melody, we can also learn how these effects are related to numbers, ratios, vibrations, and all those physical facts studied in acoustics and the laws of modern musical harmony and counterpoint. When these two components of a full musical knowledge are sundered, both branches of study suffer.
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music
\mu"sic\ (?), n. [f. musique, fr. l. musica, gr. &?; (sc. &?;), any art over which the muses presided, especially music, lyric poetry set and sung to music, fr. &?; belonging to muses or fine arts, fr. &?; muse.]
1. the science and the art of tones, or musical sounds, i. e., sounds of higher or lower pitch, begotten of uniform and synchronous vibrations, as of a string at various degrees of tension; the science of harmonical tones which treats of the principles of harmony, or the properties, dependences, and relations of tones to each other; the art of combining tones in a manner to please the ear.
note: not all sounds are tones. sounds may be unmusical and yet please the ear. music deals with tones, and with no other sounds. see tone.
2. (a) melody; a rhythmical and otherwise agreeable succession of tones. (b) harmony; an accordant combination of simultaneous tones.
3. the written and printed notation of a musical composition; the score.
4. love of music; capacity of enjoying music. the man that hath no music in himself nor is not moved with concord of sweet sounds, is fit for treasons, stratagems, and spoils.
5. (zo?l.) a more or less musical sound made by many of the lower animals. see stridulation.

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→ The most ancient music.-The inventor of musical instruments, like the first poet and the first forger of metals, was a Cainite. We learn from (Genesis 4:21) that Jubal the son of Lamech was "the father of all such as handle the harp and organ," that is, of all players upon stringed and wind instruments. The first mentioned of music in the times after the deluge is in the narrative of Laban's interview with Jacob, (Genesis 32:27) so that, whatever way it was preserved, the practice of music existed in the upland country of Syria, and of the three possible kinds of musical instruments two were known and employed to accompany the song. The three kinds are alluded to in (Job 21:12) On the banks of the Red Sea Moses and the children of Israel sang their triumphal song of deliverance from the hosts of Egypt; and Miriam, in celebration of the same event, exercised one of her functions as a prophetess by leading a procession of the women of the camp, chanting in chorus the burden of the song of Moses. The song of Deborah and Barak is cast in a distinctly metrical form, and was probably intended to be sung with a musical accompaniment as one of the people's songs. The simpler impromptu with which the women from the cities of Israel greeted David after the slaughter of the Philistines was apparently struck off on the spur of the moment, under the influence of the wild joy with which they welcomed their national champion. "the darling of the sons of Israel." (1 Samuel 18:6,7) Up to this time we meet with nothing like a systematic cultivation of music among the Hebrews, but the establishment of the schools of the prophets appears to have supplied this want. Whatever the students of these schools may have been taught, music was an essential part of their practice. Professional musicians soon became attached to the court.
→ The golden age of Hebrew music . David seems to have gathered round him "singing men and singing women." (2 Samuel 19:35) Solomon did the same, (Ecclesiastes 2:8) adding to the luxury of his court by his patronage of art, and obtaining a reputation himself as no mean composer. (1 Kings 4:32) But the temple was the great school of music, and it was consecrated to its highest service in the worship of Jehovah. Before, however the elaborate arrangements had been made by David for the temple choir, there must have been a considerable body of musicians throughout the country. (2 Samuel 6:5) (David chose 4000 musicians from the 38,000 Levies in his reign, or one in ten of the whole tribe. Of these musicians 288 were specially trained and skillful. (1 Chronicles 26:6,7) The whole number was divided into 24 courses, each of which would thus consist of a full band of 154 musicians, presided over by a body of 12 specially-trained leaders, under one of the twenty-four sons of Asaph, Heman or Jeduthun as conductor. The leaders appear to have played on the cymbals, perhaps to make the time. (1 Chronicles 15:19; 16:5) All these joined in a special chant which David taught them, and which went by his name. (1 Chronicles 23:5) Women also took part in the temple choir. (1 Chronicles 13:8; 25:5,6) These great choirs answered one to another in responsive singing; thus the temple music most have been grand and inspiring beyond anything known before that time.
→ Character of Hebrew music .-As in all Oriental nations, the music of the Hebrews was melody rather than harmony, which latter was then unknown. All old and young, men and maidens, singers and instruments, appear to have sung one part only in or in octaves. "The beauty of the music consisted altogether in the melody;" but this, with so many instruments and voices, was so charming that "the whole of antiquity is full of the praises of this music. By its means battles were won, cities conquered, mutinies quelled, diseases cured."-ED.)
→ Uses of music .-In the private as well as in the religions life of the Hebrews music held a prominent place. The kings had their court musicians, (2 Chronicles 35:25; Ecclesiastes 2:8) and in the luxurious times of the later monarchy the effeminate gallants of Israel amused themselves with devising musical instruments while their nation was perishing ("as Nero fiddled while Rome was burning"). But music was also the legitimate expression of mirth and gladness The bridal processions as they passed through the streets were accompanied with music and song. (Jeremiah 7:34) The music of the banquets was accompanied with song and dancing. (Luke 15:26) The triumphal processions which celebrated victory were enlivened by minstrels and singers. (Exodus 15:1,20; Judges 5:1; 11:34) There were also religious songs. (Isaiah 30:29; James 5:13) Love songs are alluded to; in (Psalms 45:1) title, and Isai 5:1 There were also the doleful songs of the funeral procession, and the wailing chant of the mourners. The grape-gatherers sang at their work, and the women sang as they toiled at the mill, and on every occasion the land of the Hebrews during their national prosperity was a land of music and melody.
  

Copyright: Smith's Bible Dictionary (1884) , by William Smith. About Dictionary source: Smith's Bible Dictionary
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n. QoQ

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Music is an art form whose medium is sound and silence. Its common elements are pitch (which governs melody and harmony), rhythm (and its associated concepts tempo, meter, and articulation), dynamics, and the sonic qualities of timbre and texture. The word derives from Greek  (mousike; "art of the Muses").

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.music is a proposed top-level domain names (TLD) dedicated for the use of music dissemination and appreciation. It is one of the most highly contested new gTLDs, with 8 competitive applications in contention.

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Music is an art form consisting of sound and silence, expressed through time. Music may also refer to:
Albums
  • Music (Carole King album), a 1972 album by Carole King
  • Music (311 album), a 1993 album by 311
  • Music (Madonna album), a 2000 album by Madonna
  • Music (Erick Sermon album), a 2001 album by Erick Sermon
  • Music (Mika Nakashima album), a 2005 album by Mika Nakashima
  • Music (Girugamesh album), a 2008 album

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Meaning
Accept the unpleasant consequences of an action.
Origin
May come from the tradition of disgraced officers being 'drummed out' of their regiment. Origin
From Shakespeare's Twelfth Night. Origin
William Congreve. 1670-1729. The Mourning Bride. Act i. Sc. 1. 'Music hath charms to soothe the savage breast, To soften rocks, or bend a knotted oak.' Meaning
Tone deaf.
Origin
Ironic reference to Van Gogh's well known shortage of auditory equipment.

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Noun
1. an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner
(hypernym) auditory communication
(hyponym) section, subdivision
(class) attuned, tuned
2. any agreeable (pleasing and harmonious) sounds; "he fell asleep to the music of the wind chimes"
(synonym) euphony
(hypernym) sound, auditory sensation
(hyponym) music of the spheres
(class) reharmonize, reharmonise
3. musical activity (singing or whistling etc.); "his music was his central interest"
(hypernym) activity
(hyponym) bell ringing, carillon, carillon playing
(part-meronym) beats per minute, bpm, metronome marking, M.M.
(class) sound off, strike up
4. (music) the sounds produced by singers or musical instruments (or reproductions of such sounds)
(hypernym) sound, auditory sensation
(hyponym) piano music
(class) syncopate
5. punishment for one's actions; "you have to face the music"; "take your medicine"
(synonym) medicine
(hypernym) punishment, penalty, penalization, penalisation
(class) vet


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To dream of hearing harmonious music, omens pleasure and prosperity.

Discordant music foretells troubles with unruly children, and unhappiness in the household.
  

Copyright: Ten Thousand Dreams Interpreted, or "What's in a dream": a scientific and practical exposition; By Gustavus Hindman, 1910. For the open domain e-text see: Guttenberg Project Dictionary source: Dream Dictionary
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ceol, oirfide

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n. A common extracurricular interest of hackers (compare science-fiction fandom, oriental food; see also filk). Hackish folklore has long claimed that musical and programming abilities are closely related, and there has been at least one large-scale statistical study that supports this. Hackers, as a rule, like music and often develop musical appreciation in unusual and interesting directions. Folk music is very big in hacker circles; so is electronic music, and the sort of elaborate instrumental jazz/rock that used to be called `progressive' and isn't recorded much any more. The hacker's musical range tends to be wide; many can listen with equal appreciation to (say) Talking Heads, Yes, Gentle Giant, Pat Metheny, Scott Joplin, Tangerine Dream, Dream Theater, King Sunny Ade, The Pretenders, Screaming Trees, or the Brandenburg Concerti. It is also apparently true that hackerdom includes a much higher concentration of talented amateur musicians than one would expect from a similar-sized control group of mundane types.

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Alaw = n. chief of the waters; instrumental music Alon = a. music, harmony Arwest = n. vocality; vocal music Byrddwn = n. bass in music Byrdon = n. bass in music Caniad = n. license, consent, n. a song, music Canu = v. to sing; to play music Crychiad = n. a wrinkling, crepature; a shake in music Cywair = n. connexion, order; a key in music; accordant, orderly Eilon = n. music, melody, n. a hart, a roebuck Eilw = n. music, melody Eilyw = n. music, melody Peroriad = n. a producing of melody; a playing of music Peroriant = n. practice of music Perorio = to practise music Tantawr = n. a player on string music, musician

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Mountain Music Very Fine Old, Blended Scotch Whisky

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Fear of dancing Fear of music

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Flow of recurrent heavy and light accents

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(n.)
The written and printed notation of a musical composition; the score.
   (n.)
The science and the art of tones, or musical sounds, i. e., sounds of higher or lower pitch, begotten of uniform and synchronous vibrations, as of a string at various degrees of tension; the science of harmonical tones which treats of the principles of harmony, or the properties, dependences, and relations of tones to each other; the art of combining tones in a manner to please the ear.
   (n.)
Melody; a rhythmical and otherwise agreeable succession of tones.
   (n.)
Love of music; capacity of enjoying music.
   (n.)
Harmony; an accordant combination of simultaneous tones.
   (n.)
A more or less musical sound made by many of the lower animals. See Stridulation.
  

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Medium / Channel

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ralash-tanaf

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Jubal was the inventor of musical instruments (Gen. 4:21). The Hebrews were much given to the cultivation of music. Their whole history and literature afford abundant evidence of this. After the Deluge, the first mention of music is in the account of Laban's interview with Jacob (Gen. 31:27). After their triumphal passage of the Red Sea, Moses and the children of Israel sang their song of deliverance (Ex. 15). But the period of Samuel, David, and Solomon was the golden age of Hebrew music, as it was of Hebrew poetry. Music was now for the first time systematically cultivated. It was an essential part of training in the schools of the prophets (1 Sam. 10:5; 19:19-24; 2 Kings 3:15; 1 Chr. 25:6). There now arose also a class of professional singers (2 Sam. 19:35; Eccl. 2:8). The temple, however, was the great school of music. In the conducting of its services large bands of trained singers and players on instruments were constantly employed (2 Sam. 6:5; 1 Chr. 15; 16; 23;5; 25:1-6). In private life also music seems to have held an important place among the Hebrews (Eccl. 2:8; Amos 6:4-6; Isa. 5:11, 12; 24:8, 9; Ps. 137; Jer. 48:33; Luke 15:25). Among instruments of music used by the Hebrews a principal place is given to stringed instruments. These were, (1.) The kinnor, the "harp." (2.) The nebel, "a skin bottle," rendered "psaltery." (3.) The sabbeka, or "sackbut," a lute or lyre. (4.) The gittith, occurring in the title of Ps. 8; 8; 84. (5.) Minnim (Ps. 150:4), rendered "stringed instruments;" in Ps. 45:8, in the form minni, probably the apocopated (i.e., shortened) plural, rendered, Authorized Version, "whereby," and in the Revised Version "stringed instruments." (6.) Machalath, in the titles of Ps. 53 and 88; supposed to be a kind of lute or guitar. Of wind instruments mention is made of, (1.) The 'ugab (Gen. 4:21; Job 21:12; 30:31), probably the so-called Pan's pipes or syrinx. (2.) The qeren or "horn" (Josh. 6:5; 1 Chr. 25:5). (3.) The shophar, rendered "trumpet" (Josh. 6:4, 6, 8). The word means "bright," and may have been so called from the clear, shrill sound it emitted. It was often used (Ex. 19:13; Num. 10:10; Judg. 7:16, 18; 1 Sam. 13:3). (4.) The hatsotserah, or straight trumpet (Ps. 98:6; Num. 10:1-10). This name is supposed by some to be an onomatopoetic word, intended to imitate the pulse-like sound of the trumpet, like the Latin taratantara. Some have identified it with the modern trombone. (5.) The halil, i.e, "bored through," a flute or pipe (1 Sam. 10:5; 1 Kings 1:40; Isa. 5:12; Jer. 48:36) which is still used in Palestine. (6.) The sumponyah, rendered "dulcimer" (Dan. 3:5), probably a sort of bagpipe. (7.) The maskrokith'a (Dan. 3:5), rendered "flute," but its precise nature is unknown. Of instruments of percussion mention is made of, (1.) The toph, an instrument of the drum kind, rendered "timbrel" (Ex. 15:20; Job 21:12; Ps. 68:25); also "tabret" (Gen. 31:27; Isa. 24:8; 1 Sam. 10:5). (2.) The paamon, the "bells" on the robe of the high priest (Ex. 28:33; 39:25). (3.) The tseltselim, "cymbals" (2 Sam. 6:5; Ps. 150:5), which are struck together and produce a loud, clanging sound. Metsilloth, "bells" on horses and camels for ornament, and metsiltayim, "cymbals" (1 Chr. 13:8; Ezra 3:10, etc.). These words are all derived from the same root, tsalal, meaning "to tinkle." (4.) The menaan'im, used only in 2 Sam. 6:5, rendered "cornets" (R.V., "castanets"); in the Vulgate, "sistra," an instrument of agitation. (5.) The shalishim, mentioned only in 1 Sam. 18:6, rendered "instruments of music" (marg. of R.V., "triangles or three-stringed instruments"). The words in Eccl. 2:8, "musical instruments, and that of all sorts," Authorized Version, are in the Revised Version "concubines very many."

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Music in Greek
μουσική

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(Lex**) μουσική

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Ουσ. μουσική

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μουσική

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Music in Esperanto
adv. muzikonotoj

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muziko

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Music in Afrikaans
musiek

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Music in Chinese (s)
musical ability 音乐能力

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[E] music (n) [P] música (f) [C] 音乐

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Music in Luxembourgish
nf - Musek (pl. Museken)

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Music in Interlingua
musica musica de camera musica *pop

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Music in Arabic

N
فن الموسيقى= موسيقى عقاب ، قصاص مصاحبة موسيقية اللحن مدونا على الورق

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اسْم : موسيقى
حامل النوتة الموسيقية

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ألاسم

مُوسِيقَى


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Music in Visayan
huni(Noun) musika;tukar

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Music in Czech
hudba, hudebniny, noty

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Music in Indonesian
face the ~:menghadapi kesulitan/kritik dengan tabah

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musik
my child #13

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musik, bunyi-bunyian

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musik
Balifolder.com


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Music in Spanish
música

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música ambiental, música de fondo música ambiental equipo de música teatro musical, ópera música ambiental, hilo musical, música de ascensor, lounge

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(n.) = música.

Def: Uno de los varios tipos de materiales bibliográficos que describen las Reglas de Catalogación y que se usa para referirse a aquellas publicaciones que tratan de la composición musical.
Ex: Music can include a variety of forms, such as works about musicians and music, music scores and recordings.
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* ambient music = música ambiental.
* beat music = música moderna.
* blues music = música blue.
* chamber music = música de cámara.
* choral music = música coral.
* circus music = música de circo.
* contemporary music = música contemporánea.
* country and western music = música country.
* country music = música country.
* dance music = música de baile.
* digital music = música digital.
* dramatic music = música dramática.
* ethnic music = música étnica.
* face + the music = afrontar las consecuencias, aguantar la vela.
* film music = banda sonora de película.
* gospel music = música espiritual negra.
* have + a (good) ear for music = tener (buen) oído para la música.
* hi-fi music = música de alta fidelidad.
* hillbilly music = música country.
* incidental music = música incidental.
* instrumental music = música instrumental.
* ISBD(PM) (International Standard Bibliographic Description for Printed Music = ISBD(PM) (Descripción Bibliográfica Normalizada Internacional para Partituras Musicales).
* keyboard music = música de teclado.
* liturgical music = música litúrgica.
* live music = música en directo, música en vivo.
* make + music = hacer música.
* march music = música de marcha.
* martial music = música militar.
* music academy = conservatorio de música.
* music audition = audición musical.
* music business, the = industria discográfica, la.
* music catalogue = catálogo de obras musicales.
* music CD = CD de música.
* music collection = colección de música.
* music company = compañía discográfica.
* music competition = concurso de música.
* music concert = concierto de música.
* music conservatoire = conservatorio de música.
* music conservatory = conservatorio de música.
* music critic = crítico de música.
* music director = director musical, director de música.
* music download = descarga de música.
* music festival = festival de música.
* music genre = género musical.
* music industry, the = industria discográfica, la .
* music legend = leyenda de la música.
* music librarianship = biblioteconomía especializada en documentación musical.
* music library = biblioteca especializada en música, biblioteca de música.
* music lyrics = letra de la música.
* music-making = práctica de música.
* music performance = interpretación musical, actuación musical.
* music recital = recital musical.
* music recordings = grabaciones de música.
* music related [music-related] = relacionado con la música.
* music review = crítica de música.
* music score = partitura musical.
* music stand = atril.
* music store = tienda de música.
* music studio = estudio de música.
* music theory = teoría musical.
* music to + Posesivo + ears = música celestial, algo muy agradable de oír.
* music trade = comercio de la música.
* music video = vídeo musical.
* music world, the = mundo de la música, el.
* orchestral music = música de orquesta.
* passion music = música sacra.
* perform + music = interpretar música.
* piece of music = pieza musical.
* play + music = tocar música.
* pop music = música pop.
* popular music = música popular.
* popular music collection = colección de música popular.
* rap music = música rap.
* recorded music = grabación sonora, música grabada.
* reggae music = música reggae.
* religious music = música religiosa.
* rhythm and blues music = música de rhythm and blues.
* rock music = música rock.
* room for music-making = habitación para practicar con instrumentos musicales.
* set to + music = adaptar a la música.
* sheet music = partitura musical.
* sheet music piece = partitura musical.
* stage music = música de obra de teatro.
* theory of music = teoría de la música.
* turn + the music up = subir el volumen a la música.
* vocal music = música vocal.


Dictionary source: English Spanish Dictionary (Granada University, Spain), 7.7
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música, música, musica

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Music in Russian
[n.]
1)
музыка
to set to ~ положить на музыку
2) ноты
3) [уст.] оркестр {сочетание}
to face the ~ безбоязненно встретить критику, трудности, не дрогнуть

Dictionary source: English-Russian Dictionary (Morteza)
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(n) музыка

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(хороший) музыкальный слух
битье по зубам
1. расхлебывать дело; расхлебывать кашу; 2. получить по заслугам, понести наказание

иметь (хороший) музыкальный слух


Dictionary source: Idioms (English to Russian)
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музыка; музыкальный

Dictionary source: English-Russian Computer Dictionary
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ноты, оркестр, музыка

Dictionary source: English-Russian Dictionary (Dogan)
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музыка

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n. 1. музыка; to music - под музыку 2. ноты; he plays without music - он играет без нот 3. музыкальное произведение; музыкальные произведения 4. уст. оркестр, хор

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Music in Papiamento
músika

Dictionary source: English Papiamento Dictionary
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Music in Dutch
muziek

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muziek

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Music in Portuguese
caixa de música
Livros de IK music hall, café-concerto, casa de espetáculos, teatro de variedades
Livros de IK

Dictionary source: Ivo Korytowski's English-Portuguese Translator's Dictionary
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MÚSICA

Dictionary source: English Portuguese Word Of Darkness Dictionary
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música

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[termos bíblicos] música

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Music in Norwegian
musikk

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Music in Turkish
müzik

Dictionary source: English Turkish Dictionary
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müzik; partisyon

Dictionary source: English Turkish Dictionary (M. Yildiz)
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"i. müzik; musiki. "

Dictionary source: Saja English Turkish Dictionary
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MÜZİK:Hava önleme görevlerinde, elektronik karıştırma anlamına gelen bir terim.

Dictionary source: English Turkish Military Dictionary
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i. müzik; musiki.

Dictionary source: English Turkish Dictionary (Magnetron)
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müzik

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Music in Thai
nu. มิ้วศิค (บังคับ)
1. ดนตรี : Many people like music.

Dictionary source: English - Thai Dictionary (Loy)
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(มิว'ซิค) n. ดนตรี,เสียงดนตรี,เสียงไพเราะ คำที่มีความหมายเหมือนกัน: melody

Dictionary source: Eci English Thai Dictionary
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ดนตรี,เพลง,ไพเราะ,หวาน,ความกลมกลืนกันอันทำให้เพลิดเพลินใจ

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Music in Vietnamese

['mju:zik]

◊ danh từ

▪ nhạc, âm nhạc

◦ to have an ear for music : có năng khiếu về âm nhạc

◦ to set a poem to music : phổ nhạc một bài thơ

▪ tiếng nhạc

▪ khúc nhạc

▫ to face the music

▪ (thông tục) dũng cảm chống chọi với tất cả những khó khăn; chịu đựng tất cả những hậu quả của việc mình làm; chịu đựng tất cả những lời phê bình chê trách



Dictionary source: English Vietnamese Dictionary
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Music in Italian
musica

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Music in Romanian
muzica

Dictionary source: English Romanian Dictionary (MF)
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1. muzica
2. note (muzicale)
3. lucrare muzicala
4. simt muzical

Dictionary source: English Romanian Dictionary (RDE)
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(poligr) semn de pauză (în muzică)
   (met) coardă de pian
   instrument muzical
  

Dictionary source: Victors - English Romanian Technical Dictionary
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muzica

Dictionary source: English Romanian Dictionary (DM)
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muzica; partitura

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Music in Catalan
s músicaface the music afrontar les conseqüències

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Music in Polish
muzyka f She'd had the radio on playing dance music. He plans to make his career in music. The music was specially written for the show.

Dictionary source: English Polish Dictionary (Gold)
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muzyka

Dictionary source: English Polish Dictionary
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muzyka

Dictionary source: English Polish Dictionary 0.15
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Music in French
music ['mju:zNk] n musique f;
to set words to music, mettre des paroles en musique;
(sheet) music, partition f;
I can't play without music, je ne peux pas jouer sans partition;
chamber music, musique de chambre;
background music, musique d'ambiance ou de fond;
those words were music to his ears, il était ravi d'entendre ces mots, ces mots le remplirent d'aise;
music box, boîte f à musique;
music case, porte-musique m inv;
music centre, combiné m stéréophonique;
esp Br music hall, music-hall m, pl music-halls;
music lover, mélomane mf;
music paper, papier m à musique;
music stand, pupitre m à musique.

Dictionary source: English French Dictionary (Kelkouli Rédha)
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musicale, musique

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Music in Bulgarian
музика; ноти;

Dictionary source: English-Bulgarian Dictionary
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['mju:zik] n 1. музика; rough ~ врява, шум, викове; to set/put

Dictionary source: English Bulgarian Dictionary (fro Terry)
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['mju:zik] n 1. музика; rough ~ врява, шум, викове; to set/put to ~ композирам музикален акомпанимент за (стихотворение, пиеса); 2. ноти; to play without ~ свиря наизуст/без ноти; 3. ост. оркестър от духови инструменти; 4. приятен звук; 5. attr музикален; to face the ~ 1) изправям се смело срещу критиците; 2) поемам отговорността и последствията (за нещо).

Dictionary source: English Bulgarian Dictionary
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Music in Croatian
muzika

Dictionary source: English Croatian Dictionary(Igaly)
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glazba , muzika , svirka , glazbeni komad , note , melos , glazbena umjetnost

Dictionary source: English Croatian Dictionary(Mijic)
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glazbu

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Music in German
Music, Musik

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Music in Persian
موزيك‌، موسيقي‌، اهنگ‌، خنيا، رامشگري‌

Dictionary source: Salaty English Persian Dictionary (Text )
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موزيک - آهنگ فايلهاي موزيک فايلهاي صوتي-تصويري Musical Instrument Digital Interface
فايلهاي صوتي (موسيقس بيکلام)
رابط ديجيتالي ادوات موسيقي
فايل هاي MIDI جهت برقراري ويدئو كنفرانس ها و پخش فيلم در اينترنت به كار مي روند.
Mid يا Midi يكي از فرمت هاي قديمي صداست كه با وجود گذشت زمان، كهنه نشده و كاربرد خود را حفظ كرده است. Midi نشكيل شده از حروف اول اين كلمات است: Musical Instrument Digital Interface ( به معناي رابط ديجيتالي ابزارهاي موسيقي). كاربرد اصلي فرمت Midi در موسيقي است. در واقع يك فايل Mid حاوي نت هاي موسيقي ، اطلاعات مربوط به هر ساز، پرده ها ، وقفه ها و همه اطلاعات تخصصي موسيقي مي باشد. به همين دليل با داشتن يك برنامه مناسب، مي توانيم همه اين اطلاعات را از فايل استخراج كنيم و اين قابليت براي موسيقي دانان بسيار مفيد است. در اكثر كامپيوتر ها نيز يك درگاه Midi موجود است كه ميتوانيم ابزارهاي موسيقي را به آن متصل كرده و موسيقي نواخته شده را به صورت فايل Mid ضبط كنيم. همچنين مي توانيم نت ها را بنويسيم و ابزار موسيقي آن را براي ما بنوازد. فايل هاي Midi حجم بسيار كمي نيز اشغال مي كنند و اين نيز براي آنها يك مزيت محسوب مي شود. اين فرمت در بسياري از ابزارهاي الكترونيك از جمله تلفن همراه نيز كاربرد دارد.
يکي از برنامه هاي قوي براي ساخت موزيک فايلهاي صوتي در بازي فيفا2002 فايلهاي موزيک و تصويري بازيها موسيقي کامپيوتري برنامه جالب براي توليد و تبديل يک فايل Music
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Dictionary source: English Persian Computer Encyclopedia
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Dictionary source: Salaty English Persian Dictionary (Graphics)
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موزيك، موسيقي، اهنگ، خنيا، رامشگري

Dictionary source: HmT English Persian Dictionary
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موزيک ،موسيقى ،اهنگ ،خنيا،رامشگرى
علوم نظامى : در رهگيرى هوايى به معنى پخش پارازيت در دستگاههاى الکترونيکى است
 کلمات مرتبط(24)  کلمات مرتبط(music):



بازگشت به واژه music


a p of literature and music 
an airy music 
 chamber-music 
computer music 
 devotion to music 
ear for music 
 electronic music 
 high-fidelity music reproducing system 
indiental music 
 instructor of music 
 martial music 
music box 
 music hall 
music mistress 
 music of the spheres 
music stool 
 music synthesizer 
music therapy 
 program music 
range of music 
 to a ones voice to music 
to face the music 
 to perform a piece of music 
to set a poem to music 



Dictionary source: English Persian Dictionary (Hojjat Rabiee)
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موزيك‌ ، موسيقي‌ ، آهنگ‌ ، خنيا ، رامشگري‌ سازياموزيك‌باروح‌ گوش‌،موسيقي‌ جعبه‌ محتوي‌ ساز كوكي‌ اط‌اق‌ ساز ورقص‌ ، سالن‌ موسيقي‌ بانويي‌كه‌موزيك‌ياد ميدهد،معلمه‌موسيقي‌ اهنگ‌ جنبش‌ سيارات‌،اهنگ‌ حركات‌افلاك‌ كرسي‌پيانو زنان‌ دليرانه‌با چيزي‌ روبرو شدن‌

Dictionary source: Farajbeik English Persian Dictionary (v.2)
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‎¤ًھُگ¤ ٹ ‘‏÷، ٹ ï÷ûچ ٹ üى‏¨ُّ ٹ ي‏¥ُّan airy m.=‍ّ¤‘“ي‏¥ُّ‘‏¥‘¨chamber m.=ü÷َّ‘¨ ي‏¥ُّٹ üى‘¯گ ي‏¥ُّdevotion to m.=üى‏¨ُّ ù“ üً—¨“َ¢ear for m.=üى‏¨ُّٹ©ًّindiental m.=¤ُû ي‏¥ُّٹ¢ھ‘“ ùگ¤ُû üھ‏‘ُ÷ ‘“ ùî ‎¥گّگ ّ ¥‘¨instructor of m.=üى‏¨ُّë‘ھُmartial m.=üُ‘à÷ ‘‏üً÷›ي‏¥ُprogram m.=¢ھ‘“ ‘ûù¤à÷ُ ّ‘û¢گ¢‏ّ¤ù—ھ¤ي‏ù¢÷‏‘ُ÷ùî üî‏¥ُّrange of m.=üى‏¨ُّ ôَنِگ¢‏ُ ‘‏ ¢ّ¢ںto face the m.=ِ¢ھ ّ¤“ّ¤ ‎¥‏‌ ‘“ù÷گ¤‏َ¢ ‍ّ¤‘“ي‏¥ُّ‘‏¥‘¨ üى‏¨ُّٹ©ًّ üîّî ¥‘¨ ‎ّ—ںُ ù“م› üى‏¨ُّ َِ‘¨ ٹ «ى¤ّ ¥‘¨ 둯گ üى‏¨ُّùَُمُٹ¢û¢‏ُ ¢‘‏ي‏¥ُّùîü‏ّ÷‘“ يٍêگ–‘î¤ں ï÷ûگٹ–گ¤‘‏¨ ©“÷› ï÷ûگ ِ‘÷¥ ّ÷‘‏•ü¨¤î ِ¢ھ ّ¤“ّ¤ ‎¥‏‌ ‘“ù÷گ¤‏َ¢

Dictionary source: Farajbeik English Persian Dictionary (v.1)
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Music in Hmong
n. Suab nkauj; yas suab

Dictionary source: English Hmong Dictionary
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Music in Finnish
musiikki

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Music in Hungarian
zene, énekóra, kotta

Dictionary source: English-Hungarian Dictionary
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kotta; zene; énekóra

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zene,énekóra,kotta

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Music in Serbian
Note-Muzika-Arija-Orkestar-Melodija

Dictionary source: English Serbian Dictionary
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Music in Albanian
muzik

Dictionary source: English-Albanian Dictionary (ARDi X)
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muzik

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Music in Mongolian
n. 1. хєгжим. 2. хєгжмийн ноот. light ~ хєнгєн хєгжим. classical ~ сонгодог хєгжим. ceremonial ~ ёслолын хєгжим.

Dictionary source: Temuka's English-Mongolian Dictionary
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хөгжим, хөгжмийн ноот, найрал хөгжим,хөгжмийн нот

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Music in Swedish
musik

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Music in Urdu
n. gaana/mausiiqi (

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n.
1. melody لے- آواز کي موزوني- سماع- ہم آہنگي- (نغمہ)
2. the science علم موسيقي- گان بديا-
3. the art سرود- گانا بجانا- راگ رنگ- گيت- (سنگيت)


Dictionary source: English-Urdu Dictionary v0.91b
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Music in Slovak
glasba, note

Dictionary source: Bidirectional English Slovenian Dictionary
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Music in Ukrainian
(n) музика

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