Definition of Melodically

1. Adverb. With respect to melody. "Melodically interesting themes"

Partainyms: Melodic



Definition of Melodically

1. Adverb. In a melodic manner. ¹

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Definition of Melodically

1. [adv]

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Literary usage of Melodically

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1. First Theory Book by Diller, Angela (1921)
"CHAPTER THIRTEEN Tonic and Dominant Triads Used melodically and Harmonically Not all of the triads are equally important, or occur with equal frequency in ..."

2. The Nature of Harmony and Metre by Moritz Hauptmann (1888)
"For as the Thirds of the subdominant and the dominant (a and b or a\> and b) cannot melodically pass immediately into one another, so too the Seventh a or ..."

3. Aural Harmony by Franklin Whitman Robinson (1918)
"When the triad is inverted, the bass tone becomes either the third or the fifth of the triad, and these inverted bass tones will be found to act melodically ..."

4. Modern Harmony in Its Theory and Practice by Arthur Foote, Walter Raymond Spalding (1905)
"... (6) is also much used melodically, but (e) is seldom found in modern music, although it was often -employed by Bach and his contemporaries.1 The minor ..."

5. On the Sensations of Tone as a Physiological Basis for the Theory of Music by Hermann von Helmholtz, Alexander John Ellis (1895)
"The natural relation of the major Third to the tonic, both melodically and harmonically, depends on the ratio ^ of the pitch numbers. ..."

6. Music After the Great War, and Other Studies by Carl Van Vechten (1915)
"His music is peculiarly feminine—"melodically, sentimentally, sensuously feminine," says Philip Hale. "The Eve of Massenet is a Parisian cocotte. ..."

7. The Musical World (1869)
"Originality ia a very comprehensive word, and an orchestral writer can claim it phonetically, while he still lacks it melodically ; again, he may possess it ..."

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