musical

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English - Turkish
müzikli
müzikal

Düzgün bir şekilde eğitilirse müzikal yetenek geliştirilebilir. - Musical talent can be developed if it's properly trained.

Tom müzikal bir aileden geliyor. - Tom comes from a musical family.

{s} müziğe ait
müzikle

Ben müzikle ilgili değilim ama duşta şarkı söylemeyi severim. - I am not musical, but I like to sing in the shower.

müzik sever
müziğe yetenekli
müzikle ilgili

Ben müzikle ilgili değilim ama duşta şarkı söylemeyi severim. - I am not musical, but I like to sing in the shower.

tatlı
hoş
uyumlu
{s} ahenkli, uyumlu
{s} bestelenmiş
{s} müziksever

Onlar müziksever bir aileden mi geliyorlar? - Do they come from a musical family?

Müziksever bir aileden mi geldin? - Did you come from a musical family?

şarkılı ve danslı güldürü
müzikli komedi
musical chairs müzik eşliğinde iskemle kapmaca oyunu
musical comedy müzikli
{i} müzikli oyun
musicallyahenkle
musikişinas
music
müzik

Klasik müzik dinlemeyi severim. - I like to listen to classical music.

Müzik evrensel bir dildir. - Music is a universal language.

musical film
müzikal film
musical instrument
müzik enstrümanı
musical instrument
saz
musical arrangement
aranjman
musical box
çalgı kutusu
musical comedy
müzikal komedi
musical composition
müzik kompozisyonu
musical group
müzik grubu
musical instruments digital interface
müzik gereçleri sayısal arabirimi
musical interval
müziksel aralık
musical notation
müziksel gösterim
musical octave
oktav
musical organization
müzik organizasyonu
musical perception
müziksel anlayış
musical performance
müziksel performans
musical rhythm
müzik ritmi
musical scale
gam
musical score
partisyon
musical theater
müzik sahnesi
musical theme
müziksel motif
musical time
müziksel tempo
musical chairs
(Oyunlar) Sandalye kapmaca
musical chairs
müzikal sandalyeler
musical instrunment
Müzik aleti
musical intelligence
Müzikal Zeka,Müzikle Öğrenme
musical notes of stringed instrument
bağlama notaları
musical-bow
yay şeklindeki müzik aleti
musical and talking toys
müzikli ve konuşan oyuncaklar
musical instrument
çalgı
musical instrument
enstrüman

Trompet müzikal bir enstrümandır. - The trumpet is a musical instrument.

Keman, piyano ve arp müzikal enstrümanlardır. - The violin, the piano, and the harp are musical instruments.

musical instrument digital inter face
Müzik Gereçleri Sayısal
musical instruments digital interface
(MIDI) Müzik Gereçleri Sayısal Arayüzü
musical skill
müzik yeteneği
musical toy
müzikli oyuncak
music
partisyon
music
makam
music
nota

Tom notaları okuyamaz. - Tom can't read sheet music.

Tom nota okumayı bilmiyordu. - Tom didn't know how to read music.

musically
müziksel olarak
Music
müziklendirmek
frequently repeated musical phrase
sık müzikal ifade tekrarlanan
high school musical
yüksek okul müzikali
third note in a musical scale
müzikal bir ölçekte üçüncü notu
music
hava

Müzik hayatımızı hava gibi çevreler. - Music surrounds our lives like air.

music
music of the spheres Pitagor ku
music
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music
müzik ilmi
music
müzik hocası
music
music master musiki üstadı
music
musiki
music
music hall müzik salonu
music
music box latarna
music
music book nota kitabı
music
nağme
music
vodvil tiyatrosu
would you show me some musical instruments
müzik aleti gösterir misiniz
English - English
Pleasing to the ear. (Her voice had a musical tone.)
a stage performance, show or film which involves singing, dancing and musical numbers performed by the cast as well as acting
Gifted or skilled in music
Of or relating to music
A film genre in which songs sung by the characters are interwoven into the narrative, sometimes accompanied by dancing
{a} harmonious, melodious, sweet
{i} stage production incorporating music and dancing
Music

Tom is musically talented as well. - Tom is also musically talented.

Tom is musically talented as well. - Tom is musically talented, too.

a play or film whose action and dialogue is interspersed with singing and dancing
Someone who is musical has a natural ability and interest in music. I came from a musical family
characterized by or capable of producing music; "a musical evening"; "musical instruments
You use musical to indicate that something is connected with playing or studying music. We have a wealth of musical talent in this region Stan Getz's musical career spanned five decades + musically mu·si·cal·ly Musically there is a lot to enjoy
talented in or devoted to music; "comes from a very musical family"
The successor to musical comedy Showboat has been hailed as the first great musical
Originally named "musical play" A 20th Century equivalent to the operetta The musical originated in the USA
a film which relies heavily on song and dance
containing or constituting or characterized by pleasing melody; "the melodious song of a meadowlark"
Having an interest in or talent for music and/or dance
Musical Learners are the hummers, the shower-singers and persons who are described as having an ear for music Musical Learners may not be the best singers or musicians, but they have an innate ability to respond to melodies They relate best to the world through rhythm and sound Activities Musical Learners may enjoy include listening to songs, playing instruments, and singing When learning new information or developing academic skills, Musical Learners benefit most from writing song lyrics, playing music to accompany their work, or developing multimedia projects Some examples of Musical Learners applying their learning style to their work are singers, musicians, orchestra conductors, recording engineers, and Web designers
{s} of or pertaining to music; tuneful, melodious, harmonious; skilled in music; set to or accompanied by music
A generic name for a play with a large number of songs, particularly when there is also dancing and/or a chorus
characteristic of or resembling or accompanied by music; "a musical speaking voice"; "a musical comedy"
A social entertainment of which music is the leading feature; a musical party
characterized by or capable of producing music; "a musical evening"; "musical instruments"
Sounds that are musical are light and pleasant to hear. He had a soft, almost musical voice. a play or film that includes singing and dancing. or musical comedy Theatrical production that is characteristically sentimental and amusing in nature, having a simple but distinctive plot and offering music, dancing, and dialogue. Its roots can be traced to 18th-and 19th-century genres such as ballad opera, singspiel, and opéra comique. The Black Crook (1866), often called the first musical comedy, attracted patrons of opera and serious drama as well as those of burlesque shows. European composers such as Sigmund Romberg brought to the U.S. a form of operetta that was the generic source for musical comedy. George M. Cohan ushered in the genre's heyday, and in the 1920s and '30s it entered its richest period with the works of Jerome Kern, George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin, Cole Porter, Richard Rodgers, and Oscar Hammerstein. Kern and Hammerstein's Show Boat (1927) was perhaps the first musical to employ music thoroughly integrated with the narrative. The genre flourished in the 1950s with works by composers such as Leonard Bernstein, but it began to decline in the late 1960s, by which time musicals had begun to diverge in many different directions, incorporating elements such as rock music, operatic styling, extravagant lighting and staging, social comment, nostalgia, and pure spectacle. Later notable musical composers included Stephen Sondheim and Andrew Lloyd Webber. Musical Instrument Digital Interface musical comedy musical notation
a play or film whose action and dialogue is interspersed with singing and dancing characteristic of or resembling or accompanied by music; "a musical speaking voice"; "a musical comedy"
A musical is a play or film that uses singing and dancing in the story. London's smash hit musical Miss Saigon
Of or pertaining to music; having the qualities of music; or the power of producing music; devoted to music; melodious; harmonious; as, musical proportion; a musical voice; musical instruments; a musical sentence; musical persons
musical bow
A simple musical instrument consisting of a string supported by a flexible wooden bearer
musical box
Any of various devices that play tunes by means of pins, on a rotating disk or revolving drum, that strike or pluck metal teeth
musical boxes
plural form of musical box
musical chairs
A children's game in which players circle a group of chairs. There is one chair fewer than the number of players. When someone who is not watching stops playing music, everybody sits down, and the player left without a chair is eliminated
musical chairs
Any activity which results in repeated, pointless shuffling of people or objects
musical instrument
A device, object, contrivance or machine used to produce musical notes or sounds
musical instruments
plural form of musical instrument
musical interval
The distance between two notes on the diatonic scale
musical interval
An interlude in some performance during which music is played'
musical intervals
plural form of musical interval
musical notation
A system which represents aurally perceived music, through the use of written symbols
musical saw
(also saw) A musical instrument consisting of a thin sheet of metal, or sometimes a saw, usually played with a bow
musical saws
plural form of musical saw
musical scale
A set of musical notes, typically ordered in pitch
musical scales
plural form of musical scale
musical film
A film genre in which songs sung by the characters are interwoven into the narrative, sometimes accompanied by dancing
Musical Tex
(Computers) package of Tex macros for typing musical notation (extension of the Tex word processor)
musical arrangement
a piece of music that has been adapted for performance by a particular set of voices or instruments
musical box
A musical box is the same as a music box
musical chairs
a child's game in which N players march to music around N-1 chairs; when the music abruptly stops the players scramble to sit and the player who does not find a chair is eliminated; then a chair is removed and the march resumes until only the winner is seated
musical chairs
disapproval If you describe the situation within a particular organization or area of activity as musical chairs, you are critical of the fact that people in that organization or area exchange jobs or positions very often. It was musical chairs. Creative people would switch jobs just to get more money
musical chairs
a rearrangement that has no practical effect or significance; "the company is looking for stability after years of musical chairs with directors"; "shareholders don't want the company playing musical chairs with their investment"
musical chairs
game where the players must catch a vacant chair for themselves at the moment when the music in the background stops
musical chairs
Musical chairs is a game that children play at parties. They run round a row of chairs while music plays and try to sit down on one when the music stops
musical comedy
Musical comedy is a type of play or film that has singing and dancing as part of the story and that is humorous and entertaining, especially one written before the middle of the twentieth century. A comedic play or movie in which dialogue is interspersed with songs, especially one with a focus on musical numbers and a simple plot. a musical, especially one from the early 20th century
musical comedy
light humorous play which contains music and songs
musical composition
a musical work that has been created; "the composition is written in four movements
musical director
A musical director is the same as a music director
musical drama
opera in which the musical and dramatic elements are equally important; the music is appropriate to the action
musical instrument
A musical instrument is an object such as a piano, guitar, or violin which you play in order to produce music. The drum is one of the oldest musical instruments. = instrument. something that you use for playing music, such as a piano or guitar = instrument
musical instrument
device that creates musical sounds
musical instrument
any of various devices or contrivances that can be used to produce musical tones or sounds
musical instrument digital interface
a standard protocol for communication between electronic musical instruments and computers
musical instruments
devices used to produce music (i.e. violin, guitar, flute, etc.)
musical matinee
musical performance which takes place in the late morning or early afternoon
musical notation
a notation used by musicians
musical notation
Written, printed, or other visual representation of music. There are two basic approaches to notating music. Tablature (such as guitar chord diagrams) depicts the actions a performer is to take (in particular, showing where to put the fingers to produce a given sound). Symbolic notation describes the sounds themselves and includes methods that vary from assigning pitches different letters of the alphabet to representing a given combination of notes by a graphic sign. The Western notation system combines rhythmic notation (the appearance of a note indicates its duration) with pitch notation (the line or space on a staff where a note is placed indicates its pitch). Thus, a single symbol shows both pitch and duration, and a string of these symbols notates both melody and rhythm
musical notes
symbol used to indicate the pitch and duration of a tone (Music)
musical organization
an organization of musicians who perform together
musical passage
{i} short segment of a musical composition
musical perception
the auditory perception of musical sounds
musical performance
the act of performing music
musical piece
musical composition, musical work
musical quiz
quiz in which sections taken from pieces of music are identified by the listeners
musical saw
A handsaw on which varying musical tones are produced by flexing the blade and stroking it with a violin bow or striking it with a hammer
musical scale
series of tones arranged in ascending or descending order
musical score
music book containing the music for every instrument for a particular song (used by the conductor)
musical scores
written or printed piece of music
musical soiree
a soiree assembled for the purpose of listening to music
musical talent
musical ability, musical inclination, musical skill
musical time
the beat of musical rhythm
Doctor of Musical Arts
A terminal degree intended for musicians who wish to combine the highest attainments in their major area with proven accomplishment in theoretical studies and musicology
music
A sound, or the study of such sounds, organized in time
music
{n} harmony, the science of sounds, musicians
musically
{a} harmoniously, sweetly, finely
Music
far
Music
Far-
New Musical Express
the full name of the NME, a British music newspaper
doctor of musical arts
a doctor's degree in musical arts
music
decreasing
music
Music is the art of creating or performing music. He went on to study music, specialising in the clarinet. a music lesson
music
The entire week you will make music and hear music At Choir School you more or less breath music
music
an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner
music
A sound, or the study of such sounds, organized in time in a melodious way
music
The capacity to create or perform lyrics and melodies that lead others to experience, to worship, and to serve God
music
The science and the art of tones, or musical sounds, i
music
tr>
music
); "his music was his central interest" punishment for one's actions; "you have to face the music"; "take your medicine" any agreeable (pleasing and harmonious) sounds; "he fell asleep to the music of the wind chimes" (music) the sounds produced by singers or musical instruments (or reproductions of such sounds) an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner
music
{i} composed rhythmical sound; playing of musical instruments, singing; musical notes in written form
music
Music is the pattern of sounds produced by people singing or playing instruments. classical music. the music of George Gershwin
music
Music is the symbols written on paper which represent musical sounds. He's never been able to read music. see also sheet music
music
Harmony; an accordant combination of simultaneous tones
music
sounds of higher or lower pitch, begotten of uniform and synchronous vibrations, as of a string at various degrees of tension; the science of harmonical tones which treats of the principles of harmony, or the properties, dependences, and relations of tones to each other; the art of combining tones in a manner to please the ear
music
in Ancient Greece, "the art of the Muses" blending poetry, drama, and the visual arts with what we consider to be musical sounds
music
The ability to use one's voice in the singing of praises and joy to the Lord for the benefit of others, or to play a musical instrument to the praise of the Lord and for the benefit of others Deuteronomy 31: 22, I Samuel 16: 16, I Chronicles 16: 41-42, II Chronicles 5: 12-13, II Chronicles 34: 12, Psalm 150
music
musical activity (singing or whistling etc ); "his music was his central interest"
music
(music) the sounds produced by singers or musical instruments (or reproductions of such sounds)
music
[n] Vocal or instrumental sounds that express ideas and emotions through the elements of rhythm, melody, harmony, and/or color
music
A guide to playing or singing a particular tune; sheet music
music
A selection of some of the popular music available
music
"his music was his central interest"
music
(music) the sounds produced by singers or musical instruments (or reproductions of such sounds) an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner
music
Something wonderful
music
any agreeable (pleasing and harmonious) sounds; "he fell asleep to the music of the wind chimes"
music
The organization of sounds with some degree of rhythm, melody, and harmony
music
musical activity singing or whistling etc
music
Love of music; capacity of enjoying music
music
nocturne
music
The gift of Music is the special ability God gives to certain members of the body of Christ to use music in a joyful and uplifting manner and, by so doing, praise & worship God (see Psalm 33: 1-3, Psalm 100: 1-2, Ephesians 5: 18-20)
music
conservatory
music
In television, theme music as well as incidental music, plays an important part in the design of the programme to create atmosphere In theatre, music may be totally absent or it may be live or pre-recorded and played by the sound technician
music
Background music in an episode which only appears rarely (if at all) in other episodes in the series Or, if it is common background music, music which adds a particularly powerful accent to a scene in the episode
music
A price a cutter usually doesn't want to pay, but has to anyway As in, "Pay the music, or you'll never find your way out of here " Not a literal amount
music
punishment for one's actions; "you have to face the music"; "take your medicine"
music
Melody; a rhythmical and otherwise agreeable succession of tones
music
feelings If something that you hear is music to your ears, it makes you feel very happy. Popular support -- it's music to the ears of any politician
music
Men of genius averse to music The following men of genius were actually averse to music: Edmund Burke; Byron had no ear for music, and neither vocal nor instrumental music afforded him the slightest pleasure Charles Fox, Hume, Dr Johnson, Daniel O'Connell, Robert Peel, William Pitt; Pope preferred a street organ to Handel's oratorios; the poet Rogers felt actual discomfort at the sounds of music; Sir Walter Scott, the poet Southey, and Tennyson Seven of these twelve were actually poets, and five were orators The Princess Mathilde (Demidoff), an excellent artist, with a veritable passion for art, may be added to those who have had a real antipathy to music
music
used as a general material designation for printed music intended for use by the visually impaired
music
If you face the music, you put yourself in a position where you will be criticized or punished for something you have done. Sooner or later, I'm going to have to face the music. Art concerned with combining vocal or instrumental sounds for beauty of form or emotional expression, usually according to cultural standards of rhythm, melody, and, in most Western music, harmony. Music most often implies sounds with distinct pitches that are arranged into melodies and organized into patterns of rhythm and metre. The melody will usually be in a certain key or mode, and in Western music it will often suggest harmony that may be made explicit as accompanying chords or counterpoint. Music is an art that, in one guise or another, permeates every human society. It is used for such varied social purposes as ritual, worship, coordination of movement, communication, and entertainment. Music Corporation of America Music Television Woodstock Music and Art Fair aleatory music chamber music country music Curtis Institute of Music electronic music folk music gospel music incidental music klezmer music music box music hall and variety theatre feigned music popular music rock music soul music world music
music
The written and printed notation of a musical composition; the score
music
Arts
music
Any pleasing or interesting sounds
music
Kenji kawai
music
A more or less musical sound made by many of the lower animals
music
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music
Sites dedicated to the distribution and presentation of music or musical information These sites may provide content or tools that enable a direct listening experience or promoting musical awareness including musicians' or record labels' sites, sites that promote musical events, or those that teach music or about music, generally or technically
musically
in a musical manner; "musically gifted" in a musical manner; "She sang very musically
musically
in a musical manner; "musically gifted"
musically
in a musical manner; from a musical point of view; with harmony; with melodious accompaniment
musically
in a musical manner; "She sang very musically
musically
In a musical manner
musicals
plural of musical
musical
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