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Words Related to Music - Nouns Related to Music

Here you will learn some English nouns related to music such as "verse", "rehearsal", and "arrangement".

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Words Related to Music
instrument
[noun]
an object or device used for producing music, such as a violin or a piano
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percussion instrument
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any musical instrument such as cymbals, timpani or bass drum that is played by being hit or scraped by a beater
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reed instrument
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any wind instrument that produces sound when air blown into its chambers causes a thin strip of material, called a reed, to vibrate
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stringed instrument
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any musical instruments that can produce sound when its strings are touched or struck
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woodwind instrument
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a musical instrument that produces sound by vibrating air within a tube or pipe, typically made of wood or metal
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crossover
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the process of changing the style or form by a musician in order to appeal to a wider range of people
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mood music
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music that is meant to create a relaxed or romantic ambiance
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musician
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someone who plays a musical instrument or writes music, especially as a profession
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voice
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the sounds that a person makes when speaking or singing
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verse
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a series of lines forming a unit in a song or poem
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tunefulness
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the quality of having a pleasant tune or being melodious
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lyric
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(plural) a song's words or text
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brass instrument
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a musical instrument that produces sound by vibrating air within a metal tube, typically made of brass
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hit
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someone or something that is extremely popular
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fingering
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the act of positioning and using fingers on an instrument to play specific notes or chords
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rehearsal
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a session of practice in which performers prepare themselves for a public performance of a concert, play, etc.
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release
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the act of ending a sustained musical sound or note, allowing it to decay naturally
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sample
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a small piece of music or sound recorded by digital means in order to be used in creating a new composition
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set
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a set of musical pieces or songs performed at a jazz session or a live show
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soundcheck
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a process of checking that the equipment used for recording music, or for playing music at a concert, is working correctly and producing sound of a good quality
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arrangement
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a musical piece that has been adapted or arranged to be performed by various instruments or voices
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busking
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the act of playing music in public and asking the passers-by for money
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carol singing
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the act of singing Christmas carols in churches or streets, usually to collect money for charity
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composition
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the art or the act of writing pieces of music, poetry, etc.
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karaoke
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a form of entertainment in which people sing the words of popular songs while a machine plays only their music
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outsider music
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unconventional, experimental, and non-mainstream music created by individuals who do not conform to established musical conventions or industry expectations
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lo-fi
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a raw, unpolished, and low-fidelity music production or recording style characterized by a DIY aesthetic and nostalgic or vintage vibes
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lead guitar
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the guitar part in a band or ensemble that plays melodies, solos, and improvisations, taking the lead or prominence over other instruments
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alto
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a mid-sized instrument positioned between smaller and larger counterparts in terms of pitch and size
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act
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a singer, band or musician who performs on a stage
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support
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a singer or band that open a pop or rock concert before the main act
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ensemble
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a collective of musicians performing together
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consort
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a group of instruments or voices that perform together, typically of the same family or type
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interval
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a short break between different parts of a theatrical or musical performance
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drum roll
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a continuous series of rapid beats on a drum, especially while announcing something exciting
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fanfare
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a short and lively ceremonial sounding of trumpets or other brass instruments, usually to announce something important
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solfege
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a singing methods that uses a system of vocal syllables to represent musical pitches in order to facilitate sight-singing and ear training
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metronome
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a device that helps musicians regulate their desired speed and rhythm
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auditorium
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a large room or hall for public events, often with seating and a stage
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harmonization
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the act of singing additional vocal parts that complement the melody, creating harmonies
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baton
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a slender stick used by a conductor while leading an orchestra
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spiccato
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a technique in music for string instruments where the bow bounces lightly off the strings, creating short, crisp notes
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counterpoint
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a musical technique that consists of mixing two or more separate melodies into one harmony
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concert-goer
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someone who attends concerts or live music performances
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crowd-surfing
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when an individual is carried above the crowd by the audience during live music concerts or events, often used as a form of interactive performance or stage diving
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concert hall
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a large building or room that is designed for performing concerts
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orchestra pit
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the place in front of the stage, which is slightly lower, where an orchestra sits and performs for an opera, ballet, etc.
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encore
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an additional or repeated piece that is performed at the end of a concert, because the audience has asked for it
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second position
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a finger or hand placement on an instrument for producing a specific sound or playing a particular note or chord
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fourth position
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a higher hand placement on the fingerboard of a string instrument for accessing higher range notes
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fifth position
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a specific hand position or fingering on a musical instrument for playing certain chords or notes
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repertoire
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a stock of plays, songs, dances, etc. that a company or a performer is prepared to perform
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music video
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a short video that is made to promote a specific song
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set list
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a predetermined sequence of songs or musical pieces that a band or performer plans to play during a live performance or concert
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metalhead
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a person who is passionate about heavy metal music
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punk
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a person who embodies the rebellious and anti-establishment ethos associated with the punk subculture
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audience
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the group of people who have assembled to watch and listen to a play, concert, etc.
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