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  1. music

    • IPA[ˈmjuːzɪk]

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    • n.
      vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) combined in such a way as to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion;the art or science of composing or performing music
    • noun: music

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    • 1. vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) combined in such a way as to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion:

      couples were dancing to the music

      baroque music

    • 2. the art or science of composing or performing music:

      he devoted his life to music

    • 3. a sound perceived as pleasingly harmonious:

      the background music of softly lapping water

    • 4. the written or printed signs representing vocal or instrumental sound:

      Tony learned to read music

    • 5. the score or scores of a musical composition or compositions:

      the music was open on a stand

    • n. music intended to create a particular mood or feeling:

    • the sound quality of the film was top-notch, with excellent mood music throughout

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    • n. a form of popular music that evolved from rock and roll and pop music during the mid and late 1960s. Harsher and often self-consciously more serious than its predecessors, it was initially characterized by musical experimentation and drug-related or antiestablishment lyrics.

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    • n. a theater where musical events are staged.

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    • n. printed music, as opposed to performed or recorded music:

    • a pile of sheet music

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    • n. a form of variety entertainment popular in Britain from c. 1850, consisting of singing, dancing, comedy, acrobatics, and novelty acts. Its popularity declined after the First World War with the rise of the cinema.

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    • n. music intended to create a particular mood or feeling:

    • the sound quality of the film was top-notch, with excellent mood music throughout

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    • n. traditional music from the developing world.

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    • n. a form of popular music that evolved from rock and roll and pop music during the mid and late 1960s. Harsher and often self-consciously more serious than its predecessors, it was initially characterized by musical experimentation and drug-related or anti-establishment lyrics.

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    • n.
      vocal or instrumental sounds (or both) combined in such a way as to produce beauty of form, harmony, and expression of emotion:
    • couples were dancing to the music

      baroque music

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