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accompaniment 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/əˈkəmp(ə)nimənt/,
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accompaniments, plural;
  1. A musical part that supports or partners a solo instrument, voice, or group
    • - she sang to a guitar accompaniment
    • - sonatas for piano with violin accompaniment
  2. A piece of music played to complement or as background to an activity
    • - lush string accompaniments to romantic scenes in movies
  3. Something that is supplementary to or complements something else, typically food
    • - sugar snap peas make a delicious accompaniment for salmon

  1. an event or situation that happens at the same time as or in connection with another
  2. a musical part (vocal or instrumental) that supports or provides background for other musical parts
  3. complement: something added to complete or embellish or make perfect; "a fine wine is a perfect complement to the dinner"; "wild rice was served as an accompaniment to the main dish"
  4. escort: the act of accompanying someone or something in order to protect them
  5. In music, accompaniment is the art of playing along with an instrumental or vocal soloist or ensemble, often known as the lead, in a supporting manner. ...
  6. That which gives support or adds to the background in music, or adds for ornamentation; That which accompanies; something that attends as a circumstance, or which is added to give greater completeness to the principal thing, or by way of ornament, or for the sake of symmetry; A part performed ...
  7. The instrumentation that plays beneath or in support of the singing.
  8. (Ac-com'-pan-i-ment) Any additions made to a shield by way of ornament, as supporters, etc.
  9. The musical background for principal musical part(s).
  10. The part of a piece of music or section of an instrument that plays a subordinate part to the more prominent melody and countermelody sections. * German: Begleitung.
  11. An advocate will go with you to criminal court proceedings, protection from abuse hearings, media, medical, and/or police interviews.
  12. An accompaniment is an additional part for a performer of any kind that is less important than another, which it serves to support and enhance. The piano is often used to provide an accompaniment to a solo singer. In instrumental works for, say, violin and piano the rôles may be reversed.
  13. Musical part or parts with a supporting role.
  14. Accompaniment is a process of discerning the vocation in life to which God is calling a person. It brings a person to a free choice of saying yes or no to a vocation to which they have experienced a sense of being called by God. ...
  15. Music played too loudly by a band or piano as background and support for a solo performance.
  16. music played on an instrument that supports another performer; often a piano part or guitar chords.
  17. Music played in support of the melody, whether composed or improvised. Typically, the rhythm section (piano, bass, drums) provides the accompaniment.
  18. Music that accompanies or supports singers or instruments having a leading role.
  19. Music that goes along with a more important part; often harmony or rhythmic patterns accompanying a melody.
  20. Music and/or effects (often recorded on gramophone discs) which accompany the projection of a silent film and are not rigidly synchronized with the picture.
  21. Parts of a composition that act in a background with regard to other elements like the principal melody or the counterpoint.
  22. Means what I am playing is the back up music to what you are playing. So, you are Beyonce, and I am the accompaniment so that makes me all the rest of the girls in Destiny’s Child.
  23. To join, accompany, follow.
  24. The music that supports the melody
  25. a part added to a musician's piece of music that is less important and is usually played by the piano. It enhances the music. Jacklyn & Tess 5th  Is an accompaniment more important for providing rhythm, melody, or harmony to a piece of music? see 3rd Gr. book, p. ...