melodica

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See also: melódica and mélodica

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melodica (plural melodicas)

  1. A free-reed keyboard wind instrument.
    • 2009 July 28, Nate Chinen, “From Babble to Rhythm, Cuban Style”, in New York Times[1]:
      On “Seven by Seven” it was the reedy blend of two melodicas, played by Mr. Apfelbaum and Mr. Valera over a haunting drone.

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melodica

  1. feminine singular of melodico

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