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  • 1 Melody A.M. — Melody A.M. Studio album by Röyksopp Released 8 October 2001 (UK) …

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  • 2 melody. — Melody …

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  • 3 Melody — steht für: den englischen Begriff für Melodie Melody Maker, eine ehemalige Musik Zeitschrift Melody (Magazin), ein Manga Magazin des Verlags Hakusensha Melody Amber, ein gehobenes Schachturnier Melody Club, eine schwedische Popband Melody A.M.,… …

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  • 4 Mélody — Melody Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom.  Pour l’article homophone, voir Mélodie. Sommaire 1 …

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  • 5 Melody. — melody. Основная информация Полное имя Миюки Мелоди Исикава Дата рождения …

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  • 6 Melody. — Miyuki Ishikawa melody. (bürgerlicher Name: Melody Miyuki Ishikawa, jap. 石川 みゆき メロディ, Ishikawa Miyuki Merodi; * 24. Februar 1982 in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA) ist eine japanisch amerikanische …

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  • 7 Melody (EP) — Melody EP de Melody Publicación 24 de diciembre de 2003 Grabación 2003 Género(s) pop Discográfica Universa …

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  • 8 melody. — Miyuki Ishikawa melody. (bürgerlicher Name: Melody Miyuki Ishikawa, jap. 石川 みゆき メロディ, Ishikawa Miyuki Merodi; * 24. Februar 1982 in Honolulu, Hawaii, USA) ist eine japanisch amerikan …

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  • 9 melody — melody, air, tune all denote a clearly distinguishable succession of rhythmically ordered tones. Melody stresses the sweetness or beauty of sound produced by such an arrangement of tones {sweetest melodies are those that are by distance made more …

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  • 10 melody — [mel′ə dē] n. pl. melodies [ME melodie < OFr < LL melodia < Gr melōidia < melos, song (see MELIC) + aeidein, to sing: see ODE] 1. a) pleasing sounds or arrangement of sounds in sequence b) musical quality, as in the arrangement of… …

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  • 11 Melody — Mel o*dy, n.; pl. {Melodies}. [OE. melodie, F. m[ e]lodie, L. melodia, fr. Gr. ? a singing, choral song, fr. ? musical, melodious; me los song, tune + ? song. See {Ode}.] [1913 Webster] 1. A sweet or agreeable succession of sounds. [1913 Webster] …

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  • 12 Melody A.M. — Melody A.M. Studioalbum von Röyksopp Veröffentlichung 2001 Label Wall Of Sound, Astralwerks, Virgin/EMI Records …

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  • 13 Melody A.M. — Melody A.M. Album par Röyksopp Sortie 12 août 2002 Enregistrement 2001 2002 Durée 46:30 Genre Electronica, Ambient …

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  • 14 Melody — f English: modern transferred use of the vocabulary word (Greek melōdia singing of songs, from melos song + aeidein to sing), chosen partly because of its pleasant associations and partly under the influence of other female names with the same… …

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  • 15 melody — (n.) late 13c., from O.Fr. melodie music, song, tune (12c.), from L.L. melodia, from Gk. meloidia a singing, a chanting, choral song, a tune for lyric poetry, from melos song, part of song (see MELISMA (Cf. melisma)) + oide song, ode (see ODE (Cf …

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  • 16 melody — [n] harmony, tune air, aria, assonance, carillon, chant, chime, concord, consonance, descant, diapason, euphony, inflection, lay, lyric, measure, melodiousness, music, musicality, refrain, resonance, run, song, strain, theme, tunefulness, unison; …

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  • 17 melody — ► NOUN (pl. melodies) 1) a sequence of notes that is musically satisfying; a tune. 2) the main part in harmonized music. ORIGIN from Greek melos song …

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  • 18 Melody — This article is about melody in music. For other senses of this word, see Melody (disambiguation). A bar from J.S. Bach s Fugue No.17 in A flat , BWV 862, from Das Wohltemperirte Clavier (Part I), an example of counterpoint …

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  • 19 melody. — Para otros usos de este término, véase Melody (desambiguación). melody. Datos generales Nacimiento …

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  • 20 melody — melodyless, adj. /mel euh dee/, n., pl. melodies. 1. musical sounds in agreeable succession or arrangement. 2. Music. a. the succession of single tones in musical compositions, as distinguished from harmony and rhythm. b. the principal part in a… …

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