melodi

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Turkish - English
(isim) Melody

I often heard him playing the melody on the trumpet. - Ben sık sık onun trompette melodi çaldığını duydum.

This melody is familiar to many Japanese. - Bu melodi birçok Japona tanıdıktır.

tune

All Tom wanted was for Mary to play a couple of tunes on her ukulele. - Tom'un bütün istediği Mary'nin ukelede bir çift melodi çalmasıydı.

Tom played a Spanish folk tune on his English horn at a Chinese restaurant in France. - Tom, Fransa'da bir Çin lokantasında İngiliz borusu ile İspanyol halk melodisi çaldı.

theme
sound

What is your favorite sound? - En sevdiğin melodi nedir?

I could hear the sound of Tom's voice coming from the next room. - Tom'un bitişik odadan gelen melodisinin sesini duyabiliyordum.

air
strain
chime

I only heard three chimes. - Ben sadece üç melodi duydum.

melody ezgi
descant
cantus
melodi ile ilgili
thematic
melodi notası
(Muzik) melody note
melodi süsleme türü
mordent
melodiler
ringtones
duygulu melodi
nocturne
unutulmayan melodi
evergreen
yinelenen melodi
sequence
çalınan melodi
(boru ile) piping
çanlarla çalınan melodi
carillon
English - English

Definition of melodi in English English dictionary

Melody
A female given name
melodious
Having a pleasant melody or sound; tuneful
melodious
characterized by a sweet succession of sounds
melodious
{a} harmonious, musical, very sweet
melodiously
{a} musically, harmoniously, finely
melody
{n} sweet music, harmony
Melody
tune
Melody
given name, female
melodious
having a musical sound; especially a pleasing tune
melodious
containing or constituting or characterized by pleasing melody; "the melodious song of a meadowlark
melodious
lyric
melodious
canorous
melodious
Containing, or producing, melody; musical; agreeable to the ear by a sweet succession of sounds; as, a melodious voice
melodious
A melodious sound is pleasant to listen to. She spoke in a quietly melodious voice. = musical. something that sounds melodious sounds like music or has a pleasant tune
melodious
{s} pleasing to the ear, melodic
melodious
containing or constituting or characterized by pleasing melody; "the melodious song of a meadowlark"
melodiously
in a melodious way, tunefully, pleasingly
melodiously
In a melodious manner
melodiously
in a melodious manner; "she sang melodiously
melody
A series of pitches and durations that combine to make a self-contained musical thought
melody
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
melody
The main idea in a piece of music What You hum when You listen to a song or other piece of music Usually the most memorable and singable line of music in a piece
melody
a series of notes played one after the other, usually having some internal organization so that it sounds both complete and memorable
melody
A succession of notes of varying pitch, which form a recognizable musical shape
melody
A sweet or agreeable succession of sounds
melody
{i} pleasing tune, tuneful song; principal part in a harmonic composition; speech intonation
melody
refers in this book to the up-and-down aspect of music, that which is quantifiable by intervallic measurement; as distinct from harmony (q v )
melody
a succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence; "she was humming an air from Beethoven"
melody
Productive, cold-hardy, bunch rot resistant, white wine grape developed by Geneva Research Station of N Y that does not require cluster-thinning Released in 1985, the grape claims Pinot Blanc as one of its parents and its off-dry wine versions tend to have the same fruitiness as the parent grapewine product Currently, (1997), overshadowed by the success of Cayuga (White) and consequent poor market demand
melody
A succession of tones that produce a series of musical phrases that are combined to make a song
melody
meaningful succession of pitches
melody
The air or tune of a musical piece
melody
A succession of intervals forming a distinctive sequence See Section 2 18
melody
A tune; a succession of tones comprised of mode, rhythm, and pitches so arranged as to achieve musical shape, being perceived as a unity by the mind In a piece of music where there is more than one voice, or where harmony is present, the melody is the dominant tune of the composition Search Google com for Melody
melody
Pitch Direction Phrase Intervals Patterns Scales Symbols A melody is composed of pitches which may move higher or lower or stay the same The rise and fall of the pitch gives it a distinctive shape or direction Pitches may be organized in patterns, which may be combined to create phrases and melodies Pitches may also be organized in specific ascending and descending patterns called scales The distance between two pitches constitutes an interval In elementary music, melodic intervals and scales are taught to develop in-tune singing
melody
A succession of musical notes played one after another (usually the most recognizable tune of a song)
melody
tune; for instrumental music, an arrangement of notes typically comprising at least two strains, each of which is repeated
melody
a rhythmically organized sequence of single tones that make up a particular musical phrase or idea
melody
The variation in the notes of a musical selection See parts of music
melody
A pleasing succession of rhythmically organized sounds
melody
tune; sequence of notes that makes up a musical phrase
melody
A rhythmical succession of single tones, ranging for the most part within a given key, and so related together as to form a musical whole, having the unity of what is technically called a musical thought, at once pleasing to the ear and characteristic in expression
melody
In general, a succession of musical tones It represents the linear or horizontal aspect of music
melody
The tune A series of notes that is often singable
melody
The use of pitch and sequences of pitches
melody
An arrangement of single notes in a musically expressive succession
melody
A melody is a tune. melodies a tune. Rhythmic succession of single tones organized as an aesthetic whole. The melody is often the highest line in a musical composition. Melodies may suggest their own harmony or counterpoint. As fundamental as rhythm and metre (and more so than harmony), melody is common to all musical cultures
melody
a succession of musical tones, as contrasted with harmony (musical tones sounded simultaneously) By its very nature, melody cannot be separated from rhythm
melody
One of the elements of music (the others being harmony and rhythm) Melody is a succession of tones--hopefully pleasing
melody
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 Other melodies can be remembered easily because they repeat This melody by Tchaikovsky is a good example of a repeating melody
melody
– A single line of notes that move upward, move downward, or repeat
melody
the perception of pleasant arrangements of musical notes
Turkish - Turkish
Ezgi
Ezgi, makam
Ritm öğesinden yararlanarak, bir biçim için art arda çizilmiş notalar
Ezgi: "Biz bu melodileri ilk olarak Cemal Sahir operetlerinden duymuş, bellemiştik."- H. Taner
şanson
English - Turkish

Definition of melodi in English Turkish dictionary

Melody
(isim) Melodi

Şarkının melodisini hatırlayamıyorum. - I can't remember the melody of that song.

O şarkının melodisini hatırlayamıyorum. - I can't remember the melody of that song.

melody
ahenk
melodious
tatlı
melodious
uyumlu
melodious
kulağa hoş gelen
melodious
melodik

Ukrayna dili çok melodiktir. - The Ukrainian language is very melodious.

melody
ezgi
melodious
melodiye ait
melodious
ezgili
melodious
{s} ahenkli
melodious
(ses) tatlı
melodious
tatlı sesle
melodious
melodiousnessahenklilik
melodious
şirin
melodious
melodiouslyahenkle
melodiously
ahenkle
melodiously
ahenkli bir şekilde
melodiously
(zarf) ahenkle
melody
terennüm edilen şiir
melody
{i} nağme
melody
arya
melodi
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