from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The branch of music theory that deals with pitch and melody.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. The branch of musical science which treats of the pitch of tones, and of the laws of melody.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. That branch of musical science that is concerned with the pitch and succession of tones—that is, with melody in the technical sense.
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The first wallpaper this week is for the band Daso+Pawas, a duo comprised of Daso Franke and Pawas Gupta who “combine their cool melodics and understated rhythmic sensibilities into a very original and appealing formula.”
His rubbery ricochets, shaggy beats and wan melodics have a warm introspection. '
Settings in which the utterances of the turba, in falso-bordone style, alternate with the liturgical melodics are numerous.
His voice, a piercing jet of sound, flew over the jagged melodics, weaving them into a blindingly rapid melody, as Malone and Barron easily grounded him in a modal swing.
This is a busy attack of melodics and four chord crashes separated by the odd boom and a great guitar break.
But it's the group's concentrated melodics that's the real draw.
Three quid for three bands, one of which is a frighteningly loud reincarnation of the fuzzy melodics of nineties grunge, shoegazer and alt-rock?
Geogaddi has a bit less in the way of melodics (the prime factor why Music Has the Right to Children was an immediate classic) and, as a result, sounds slightly less like trip-hop for fairy tales and more like the slightly experimental, but definitely produced, electronic music it is.
The uplifting guitar and synth parts are meshed with Hill's wild drum beat, and the nice melodics and harmonies are about as mainstream as Hella is ever going to get.
There are also some tracks for the dancefloor, but in general you could say that all the tracks have a certain kind of atmosphere and melodics in them.