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Words Related to Music - Specific Songs and Music

Here you will learn some English words related to specific songs and music such as "serenade", "hymn", and "ballad".

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Words Related to Music
carol
[noun]
a religious song that people sing at Christmas
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chanty
[noun]
a rhythmic song that sailors used to sing in the past while working together
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dirge
[noun]
a slow song or hymn sung traditionally at a funeral, showing grief or lamentation
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folk song
[noun]
a song that is part of the tradition of a region or community, with a simple form and melody, developed by ordinary people
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golden oldie
[noun]
a song or movie that was a hit in the past and is still popular
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hymn
[noun]
a religious song intended to praise God, especially sung by Christians in congregation
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anthem
[noun]
an official song of great importance for a particular country that is performed on certain occasions
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anthem
[noun]
a religious hymn that is performed in some churches
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lullaby
[noun]
a soft and soothing song that is intended to make children go to sleep
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madrigal
[noun]
a song without instruments consisting of several vocals, singing about secular themes in the 16th century
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chant
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a rhythmic monotonous composition that accompanies an incantation of psalms or canticles in a ritual
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ballad
[noun]
a tale that is narrated in the form of a song or poem
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torch song
[noun]
a popular romantic song that revolves around an unrequited or lost love
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love song
[noun]
a musical composition that expresses romantic feelings
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car song
[noun]
songs that are commonly played or listened to while driving in a car, often chosen for their energetic, enjoyable, or nostalgic qualities that enhance the driving experience
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mashup
[noun]
a type of music or artistic creation that combines elements from multiple pre-existing songs or sources to create a new, often unique, composition
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request
[noun]
a solicitation for a specific song or piece to be played during a musical event
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requiem
[noun]
a piece of music or religious chant performed as a tribute to someone who has died
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serenade
[noun]
a musical composition or performance, often performed outdoors at night, conveying romantic feelings
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fandango
[noun]
a couple dance music in triple time, accompanied by tambourine or castanets, with rapid lively moves, originally from Spain
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bolero
[noun]
a couple dance music in ³/₄ time with modest and restrained moves, originated in Spain
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mazurka
[noun]
music that accompanies a Polish dance in moderate triple time for four or eight couples
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jig
[noun]
music that is set to a quick dance in triple rhythm with leaping movements, popular in the past
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ditty
[noun]
a short and simple song or poem
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jingle
[noun]
a short catchy tune, often used in advertising
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soundtrack
[noun]
the recorded sounds, speeches, or music of a movie, play, or musical
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merengue
[noun]
a lively couple dance or its music that is originated in the Dominican Republic and Haiti, popular all over the Latin America
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