07020895-n 'an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner';
Albanian muzikë
Arabic مُوسِيق?ى
Bulgarian музика
Catalan música
Chinese (simplified) 音乐伴奏 , 音乐
Danish musik
Greek μουσική
English music51 ( )
Basque musika
Finnish musiikki
French musique
Galician música
Croatian glazba , muzika
Indonesian musik
Icelandic tónlist , tónverk , tónmennt , músík , hljóðfæraleikur , hljómlist
Italian musica
Japanese 音楽 , 笛竹 , ミュージック ,
Lithuanian muzika
Dutch muziek , toonkunst
Nynorsk musikk
Bokmål musikk
Polish muzyka
Portuguese música
Chinese (traditional) 音樂 ,
Romanian muzică
Slovak hudba
Slovene glasba
Spanish música
Swedish musik
Thai มิวสิค , ดนตรี , เพลง
Malaysian seni muzik , muzik
Definitions
Greek
καλλιτεχνική μορφή ακουστικής επικοινωνίας, ενόργανη μουσική, σύνολο οργανωμένων ήχων ώστε να διαθέτουν ρυθμό, αρμονία και μελωδία
Romanian
Arta de a exprima sentimente și idei cu ajutorul sunetelor într-o manieră specifică.;
Japanese
構造化され、かつ連続的な楽器あるいは音声から成る聴覚コミュニケーションの芸術的形態
English
an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner
Italian
arte e tecnica di combinare insieme i suoni, prodotti da strumenti musicali o dalla voce, secondo determinate leggi e convenzioni; l'arte di combinare insieme i suoni, secondo determinate regole
Albanian
forme artistike e komunikimit dëgjimor e inkorporuar me tone vokale dhe instrumentale ne një strukture te vazhdueshme
Relations
Hyponym: antiphony bach ballet beethoven brahms chopin dance_music gilbert_and_sullivan handel harmony haydn instrumental_music monophony mozart music_genre musical_composition overture part_music pizzicato polyphony polytonality popularism prelude refrain section serialism stravinsky syncopation ta'ziyeh tune vocal_music wagner
Hypernym: auditory_communication
In Domain–Category: chromatic diatonic popular conjunct disjunct diminished bowed plucked fast slow first second copyrighted unresolved alto tenor lyric dramatic major minor cantabile monophonic polyphonic natural sharp flat solo con_brio staccato legato masculine feminine tonal atonal atonalistic fretted unfretted serial polyphonic lyric mensural con_brio fugally presto largo accelerando adagio andante allegretto allegro glissando molto pizzicato prestissimo rallentando dolce invert sharpen flatten sound_off compose counterpoint set_to_music arrange put score transpose melodize harmonize realize fiddle play swing rag play beat chord solmizate prepare transposition release interlude music recapitulation tuning audio_cd barrel_organ electric_organ sounding_board stop string synthesizer unison registration timbre crescendo forte decrescendo piano fermata register pyrotechnics music section dedication exposition musical_notation sheet_music scale flourish swoop gamut roulade tonic supertonic mediant subdominant dominant submediant subtonic staff slur tie c c_major segno sforzando world_premiere preparation resolution theme statement recapitulation ligature largo larghetto suite adagio syncopation expressive_style development arioso vibrato brass_family violin_family woodwind_family executant musician sightreader tremolo musical_time value tempo beats_per_minute
Semantic Field: communicationn
External Links

SUMO: = MakingMusic

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