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  • nyckelharpa (category English terms derived from Swedish)
    on: nyckelharpa Wikipedia From Swedish nyckelharpa. nyckelharpa ‎(plural nyckelharpas or nyckelharpor) (music) A string instrument (chordophone)
    1 KB (92 words) - 15:51, 23 January 2016
  • upbeat ‎(plural upbeats) An unaccented beat at the start of a musical phrase. unaccented beat at the start of a musical phrase beat up, beat-up
    2 KB (117 words) - 06:58, 18 December 2015
  • fagott (category lmo:Music)
    fagott m ‎(invariable) bundle, load (figuratively) pregnancy (music) bassoon Swedish Wikipedia has an article on: fagott Wikipedia sv fagott c
    1 KB (79 words) - 21:41, 21 January 2016
  • on: chamber music Wikipedia chamber music ‎(uncountable) (music) A genre of classical music written for a small group of instruments chamber music
    1 KB (26 words) - 19:26, 22 January 2016
  • country music Wikipedia A shortening of country and western. This version has been predominant since the 1950s. country music ‎(uncountable) (music) A
    2 KB (95 words) - 17:13, 18 January 2016
  • on: popular music Wikipedia popular music ‎(uncountable) (music) Any genre of music that has wide appeal amongst the general public of a society dominated
    1 KB (67 words) - 18:46, 18 January 2016
  • music Wikipedia gospel music ‎(uncountable) (music) A type of African American religious music based on folk music melodies with the addition of elements
    1 KB (40 words) - 00:40, 19 January 2016
  • has an article on: folk music Wikipedia folk music ‎(uncountable) Any genre of music originating from the ethnic community of a specific region, often
    2 KB (80 words) - 20:32, 8 December 2015
  • feelings, made music to her ears. 1902, Mark Twain, "Was it Heaven? Or Hell?": [P]eople who for any reason wanted to get on the soft side of him, called
    2 KB (149 words) - 02:43, 21 January 2016
  • Wikipedia has an article on: music Wikipedia Wikiquote has a collection of quotations related to: Music Wikiquote musick (archaic) musicke
    13 KB (301 words) - 03:02, 5 February 2016
  • the music (idiomatic) to accept or confront the unpleasant consequences of one's actions to accept or confront the unpleasant consequences of one's
    787 bytes (30 words) - 19:43, 21 January 2016
  • IPA(key): /ˈmjuːzɪkˌskuːl/ music school ‎(plural music schools) A school whose main objective is teaching music. school of music
    586 bytes (19 words) - 19:33, 11 December 2015
  • Wikipedia has an article on: music theory Wikipedia music theory ‎(uncountable) The field of study dealing with how music works, typically examining
    1 KB (49 words) - 17:47, 6 January 2016
  • music became popular around 1985. Wikipedia has an article on: house music Wikipedia house music ‎(uncountable) (music) A particular type of electronic
    2 KB (104 words) - 01:38, 19 January 2016
  • ters (category sv:Music)
    ters c (music) third
    243 bytes (4 words) - 22:14, 18 January 2016
  • rhythm and blues (category en:Blues music)
    on: rhythm and blues Wikipedia rhythm and blues (music) A style of music combining elements of jazz and blues, with syncopated rhythms and a strong
    999 bytes (47 words) - 00:40, 19 January 2016
  • music stand ‎(plural music stands) A stand, made for holding pages or books of sheet music. stand for holding sheet music
    1 KB (21 words) - 05:52, 25 December 2015
  • sheet music ‎(uncountable) Handwritten or printed form of musical notation. hand-written or printed form of musical notation Sheet music on Wikipedia
    1 KB (23 words) - 14:10, 15 December 2015
  • rappare (category it:Music)
    rappare (music) To rap (sing rap music)     Conjugation of rappare The noun comes from the verb rappa +‎ -are. rappare comparative form of rapp.
    515 bytes (32 words) - 19:36, 24 January 2016
  • psalm (category en:Music)
    of musical strings”). psalm c a hymn, a church song a psalm of David, one of the chapters of the book of Psalms Denominations in Sweden outside of
    6 KB (367 words) - 17:56, 18 January 2016

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