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melody 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˈmelədē/,
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melodies, plural;
  1. A sequence of single notes that is musically satisfying
    • - he picked out an intricate melody on his guitar
  2. Such sequences of notes collectively
    • - his great gift was for melody
  3. The principal part in harmonized music
    • - we have the melody and bass of a song composed by Strozzi

  1. tune: a succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence; "she was humming an air from Beethoven"
  2. the perception of pleasant arrangements of musical notes
  3. (melodic) melodious: containing or constituting or characterized by pleasing melody; "the melodious song of a meadowlark"
  4. A melody (from Greek μελῳδία - melōidía, "singing, chanting"), also tune, voice, or line, is a linear succession of musical tones which is perceived as a single entity. ...
  5. Melody is a 1953 Walt Disney short cartoon film, originally released on May 28, 1953. It was the very first cartoon to be filmed in 3-D.
  6. Melody (aka S.W.A.L.K. (a message traditionally written on the envelopes of love letters by British schoolchildren, standing for Sealed With A Loving Kiss) is a 1971 British film about "puppy love. ...
  7. Nathalie Lefebvre (born T'Sobbel on January 20, 1977 in Ronse, Belgium), known under the name of Melody, was a Belgian singer. She sang in French-language.
  8. The following is a list of characters first appearing in the BBC soap opera EastEnders in 1988, by order of first appearance.
  9. (born February 24, 1982), better known by her stage name Melody (stylized as melody.), is a J-Pop singer and TV host. She debuted on February 19, 2003 with the song "Dreamin' Away", under Toy's Factory. ...
  10. tune; sequence of notes that makes up a musical phrase
  11. (Melodies) These are fundamental to most music. When several notes of a scale are played consecutively, this is called a melody.
  12. A succession of musical notes played one after another (usually the most recognizable tune of a song).
  13. the horizontal dimension of music, referring to the organization of pitches (and in later centuries, particular rhythms) into a line.
  14. A series of notes that form a tune, phrase, theme, or motive.  Repetition  is what makes a melody stick in your mind.   The melodies you remember are the ones you will like the most.  Some melodies are difficult to remember because they don't repeat. ...
  15. The loudest voice, usually carried by the trumpets or piccolos.
  16. A parade of notes, one following the other meaningfully.
  17. In general, a succession of musical tones. It represents the linear or horizontal aspect of music.
  18. The main theme or tune in a piece of music.
  19. 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.
  20. 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. ...
  21. The “tune.” You might hum the melody to yourself long after the concert is over. Melodies are made up of a series of notes connected by steps or skips – called intervals.
  22. The rational progression of single tones; contrasted with Harmony, the rational combination of several tones.
  23. A series of tones played in succession to provide an agreeable sound.
  24. the musical organisation of sounds in time
  25. Specifically, the topmost line or voice.