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Pronunciation:

[mjˈuːzɪk], [mjˈuːzɪk], [m_j_ˈuː_z_ɪ_k]
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Synonyms for Music:

music (noun) Other synonyms and related words:

Quotes for Music:

  1. I'm very moved by Renaissance music but I still love to play hard rock- though only if it's sophisticated and has some thought behind it. Ritchie Blackmore.
  2. In the mental calmness of a spiritual life, I have found that the answers to the whys in our lives are able to come to you. In my music I find the same thing. Clarence Clemons.
  3. The problem that I have is with the music business. For some reason it seems almost impossible to get anything, any music released which includes improvisation or soloing. Jan Hammer.

Idioms of Music:

  1. elevator music
  2. set to music
  3. arrange sm music for sth;

Adjectives for Music:

  • silent, spherical,
  • fierce and sentimental,
  • faint but sinister,
  • angry, tangled,
  • vacant, skimpy,
  • usual, soft,
  • daintily wicked,
  • far-off and unpleasant,
  • soft, baroque,
  • mushy classical,
  • atonal electronic,
  • real tinny,
  • cruelly happy,
  • asymmetrical, compelling,
  • sinuous sensual,
  • high-pitched atonal,
  • fancy irish,
  • dead and canned,
  • bland characterless,
  • soft unforgettable,
  • new, southern,
  • booming classical,
  • imperial, patriotic,
  • slow windy,
  • colonial flip,
  • grand, earthy,
  • faint, bizarre,
  • distant, maddening,
  • inaudible burlesque,
  • strange, off-key,
  • hauntingly beautiful and sad,
  • slow and seductive,
  • decadent and immoral,
  • bourgeois, decadent and immoral,
  • modern cajun,
  • scratchy distant,
  • free, alive,
  • soft but plaintive,
  • indefinite oriental,
  • awful electronic,
  • fully tonal,
  • gleechoreal,
  • jagged, discordant,
  • classical and avant-garde,
  • frenetic, bouncy,
  • bizarre, small,
  • plain, unmagical,
  • distant liquid,
  • savage, bright,
  • metallic martial,
  • low moody,
  • soft or plaintive,
  • pompous, grubby,
  • zany electronic,
  • sonorous, delicate,
  • exciting, wild,
  • earth-shakingly loud,
  • beautifully haunting,
  • sometimes instrumental,
  • decadent counterrevolutionary,
  • fine, traditional,
  • tinny, rhythmic,
  • insistent, percussive,
  • far-off tinny,
  • usually low-class,
  • voice-over and appropriate,
  • seductive, disturbing,
  • also soft and pleasant,
  • excruciatingly intelligent,
  • faint cheery,
  • utter distant,
  • thin, atonal,
  • urgent, insistent,
  • romantic, fanciful,
  • sentimental and martial,
  • thickly melodic,
  • hideous, antiquated,
  • nonstop industrial,
  • frantic, industrial,
  • delightfully pure and tranquil,
  • odd simple,
  • perpetual muffled,
  • grand and welcome,
  • melodious and voluptuous,
  • melodious and spontaneous,
  • gloriously melodious and spontaneous,
  • gloriously melodious,
  • sweetly quaint,
  • superbly mournful,
  • classical or fashionable,
  • preferred bengali,
  • excellent and very appropriate,
  • soft and very beautiful,
  • noisy and very brilliant,
  • good or classical,
  • exotic and jerky,
  • martial and hilarious,
  • intricate concerted,
  • sweet sociable,
  • stricter ancient,
  • louder, sweeter,
  • casual open-air,
  • classical, serious,
  • happiest sweetest,
  • spanish, vocal,
  • awfully shivery,
  • enchanting, poignant,
  • loose national,
  • difficult, florid,
  • present, sacred,
  • such antiphonal,
  • continental mythical,
  • distant sweet,
  • creepy, incidental,
  • considerable choral,
  • acrid, sinister,
  • weird korean,
  • softer effeminate,
  • nevertheless grand and inspiring,
  • nevertheless grand,
  • merely irritating and oppressive,
  • associate plaintive,
  • secondarily instrumental,
  • new seductive,
  • solo-vocal,
  • chantorial,
  • absolutely musical,
  • sinewy and feverish,
  • least, happy,
  • shrill queer,
  • passionate spheral,
  • glorious and yet familiar,
  • calm glorious,
  • classic and common,
  • poor or common,
  • bitter thrilling,
  • newer harmonic,
  • pure, self-sustaining,
  • intoxicating and inaudible,
  • evidently sweet,
  • eternal high-class,
  • old instrumental,
  • into celestial,
  • forth celestial,
  • incoherent and monotonous,
  • furious, grand and supernatural,
  • dreamy and spiritual,
  • gruesome and characteristic,
  • cheerful, melodious,
  • fitting appropriate,
  • french or thy,
  • martial or patriotic,
  • operatic and even orchestral,
  • pure rustic,
  • last, weird,
  • now wild and weird,
  • wondrous savage,
  • instrumental and vocal,
  • eighteenth-century contrapuntal,
  • often uncouth and ponderous,
  • graphic picturesque,
  • picturesquely weird,
  • emotionally fitting,
  • low, remorseless,
  • invisible and softest,
  • stern and splendid,
  • allusively witty,
  • keen and exquisitely fine,
  • sentimental and restless,
  • often sentimental and restless,
  • often sentimental,
  • loud, frivolous,
  • exceedingly clever and effective,
  • exceedingly bright and tuneful,
  • admirable declamatory,
  • hush and sacred,
  • purely instrumental or vocal,
  • javanese and burmese,
  • pure irrelevant,
  • mediocre symphonic,
  • glorious pictorial,
  • utterly untheatrical,
  • exclusively consonant,
  • now instrumental,
  • classical vocal,
  • far-away, sweet,
  • extraordinary and individual,
  • severely ecclesiastical,
  • characteristic delicious,
  • classical, heavy,
  • italian, operatic,
  • shrill mysterious,
  • voluptuous and impassioned,
  • with instrumental,
  • charming, characteristic,
  • italian instrumental,
  • often clever and brilliant,
  • weird but vehement,
  • sonorous but ominous,
  • slow and yet passionate,
  • correct but commonplace,
  • austere, noble,
  • artistic choral,
  • antiphonal,
  • absolutely imitative,
  • descriptive and characteristic,
  • sweet and vulgar,
  • ceaseless mournful,
  • terrifying, implacable,
  • little but popular,
  • slow wild,
  • efficient, instrumental,
  • unassisted vocal,
  • operatic or sacred,
  • plaintive orchestral,
  • colored and very characteristic,
  • noble concerted,
  • mellow minor,
  • contra-puntal or harmonious,
  • contra-puntal,
  • music real sweet,
  • good or even correct,
  • italy dramatic,
  • gay, martial,
  • correspondingly alluring,
  • equal and persistent,
  • soft memorial,
  • south strange,
  • faint, celestial,
  • episcopal and jewish,
  • sacred, secular or operatic,
  • grand, joyful,
  • undoubtedly oriental,
  • confessedly programmatic,
  • singularly flat and hollow,
  • sloppy, undistinguished,
  • magnificent and lumbering,
  • mad, spanish,
  • subtle, inaudible,
  • solemn and appealing,
  • lively instrumental,
  • sad, morbid,
  • open, german,
  • organic and teutonic,
  • grand, ever-changing,
  • warm and lusty,
  • [rural,
  • joyous liquid,
  • exclusively severe and tragic,
  • exclusively severe,
  • beautifully descriptive,
  • suggestive and poetic,
  • highly suggestive and poetic,
  • imperious triumphant,
  • deaf sweet,
  • contemporary operatic,
  • worthy vocal,
  • lesser instrumental,
  • frightfully quick,
  • difficult and simple,
  • skilled plaintive,
  • instermental,
  • rougher, fresher,
  • supply congregational,
  • expensive vocal,
  • irish instrumental,
  • intoxicating primitive,
  • appropriate instrumental,
  • silent and still sweeter,
  • stern and yet airy,
  • complex orchestral,
  • secular and warlike,
  • monotonous but pregnant,
  • aside instrumental,
  • sentimental and specious,
  • random and uncertain,
  • determinate unmistakable,
  • soft and then loud,
  • blithe, good,
  • liquid quiet,
  • sensuous or purely imitative,
  • noblest martial,
  • ritual, beautiful,
  • high, purposeful,
  • low, mystic,
  • lively martial,
  • dainty, enchanting,
  • quick, intermittent,
  • sane and jubilant,
  • well-known melodramatic,
  • splendid melodramatic,
  • noisy, unmusical,
  • ceaseless and most refreshing,
  • dreadful, stupid,
  • military instrumental,
  • exceedingly fresh and characteristic,
  • strikingly original and full,
  • majestic martial,
  • exquisitely clear and sweet,
  • necessarily monotonous and characterless,
  • eloquent and haunting,
  • wild and not unpleasant,
  • queer and uncanny,
  • stormy, unsatisfactory,
  • extremely powerful and beautiful,
  • peculiar and matchless,
  • slow sacred,
  • melodious popular,
  • downright perfect,
  • boisterous military,
  • orchestral and incidental,
  • undying comic,
  • instrumental ecclesiastical,
  • descriptive, picturesque,
  • effortless and seductive,
  • especially martial,
  • silvery, mournful,
  • cheapest and loudest,
  • mute, world-shaking,
  • perfect concerted,
  • eerie woodland,
  • easy-going choral,
  • soft and weird,
  • classical and difficult,
  • finest and most classical,
  • excruciating fine,
  • stormy, wonderful,
  • shrill, wintry,
  • hardly shakespearean,
  • little cymbal,
  • thrilling, far-reaching,
  • noisy and incoherent,
  • low and rather doleful,
  • harmonious and mournful,
  • m-martial,
  • discordant rhythmic,
  • suddenly delightful,
  • ancient exclusive,
  • joyous choral,
  • imitative and theatrical,
  • bad depraved,
  • absolute or symphonic,
  • martial, classical,
  • better congregational,
  • capital charming,
  • beautiful and inappropriate,
  • classical and merely academic,
  • expressive, harmonious,
  • larger austere,
  • tangled careless,
  • technical sacred,
  • breezy, woodsy,
  • unaccountably sweet,
  • new and unaccountably sweet,
  • loud and excellent,
  • clearest, fairy,
  • german instrumental,
  • sweetest and newest,
  • fitful soft,
  • romantic sacred,
  • loving sacred,
  • practised secular,
  • truly melodious,
  • vigorous and suggestive,
  • thoroughly devotional,
  • slow and appropriate,
  • much catchy,
  • monotonous, rudimentary,
  • sweet inarticulate,
  • alternately melodious and grand,
  • alternately melodious,
  • cheerful, continuous,
  • inspiring expressive,
  • mostly operatic,
  • serious romanian,
  • sweet martial,
  • now festive,
  • perpetual and distant,
  • fiercely monotonous,
  • intelligible, inexpressible,
  • exquisite, intolerable,
  • intense wistful,
  • incidental creepy,
  • refined and various,
  • unable sure,
  • mournful but exquisite,
  • monotonous, hollow,
  • score classical,
  • highest and most unpopular,
  • spontaneous untrained,
  • splendid, fairy,
  • low, exhilarating,
  • mournful, discordant,
  • fiendish monotonous,
  • wicked, voluptuous,
  • gowned, good,
  • liquid and most sweet,
  • dreamy, continuous,
  • merry military,
  • hot, wrathful,
  • booming horrible,
  • wearisome classical,
  • lovely cordial,
  • soft and sublime,
  • beautiful but modest,
  • music instrumental,
  • modern jamaican,
  • vague booming,
  • orchestral and instrumental,
  • wild, hungarian,
  • piteous and poignant,
  • real incidental,
  • fine incidental,
  • capital incidental,
  • contemporary incidental,
  • effective incidental,
  • full incidental,
  • good incidental,
  • appropriate incidental,
  • religious and symphonic,
  • trivial, florid,
  • savage, deathless,
  • far-off but exquisite,
  • dreamily delicate,
  • singularly soft and sweet,
  • artistic and thoroughly grand,
  • longer sensuous,
  • strictly theatrical,
  • far-off but incomprehensible,
  • clear, whimsical,
  • latest liveliest,
  • noisy florid,
  • soft and articulate,
  • dreamy, old-fashioned,
  • horrible, metallic,
  • rude furtive,
  • peculiar but sweet,
  • unspoken and perpetual,
  • tentative, subtle and passionate,
  • notably ecclesiastical,
  • forth angelic,
  • slow and sentimental,
  • sweet unspeakable,
  • latest and most weird,
  • exquisite and exotic,
  • national, oriental and primitive,
  • elizabethan virginal,
  • scarce and useful,
  • curious, scarce and useful,
  • valuable, old,
  • earliest woodland,
  • aerial, celestial,
  • slow, fairy,
  • orchestral descriptive,
  • german contrapuntal,
  • poetic and exceedingly personal,
  • quaint thrilling,
  • grandest restorative,
  • fearful, terrific,
  • loud unexpected,
  • incidental dramatic,
  • lyric, operatic or symphonic,
  • definitely expressive,
  • barbaric but agreeable,
  • ear-splitting chinese,
  • chaste and natural,
  • instrumental and religious,
  • forth mad,
  • unbroken and exhilarating,
  • refined national,
  • rough unrehearsed,
  • loving african,
  • serious and classical,
  • poetic, dramatic,
  • new incidental,
  • truculent military,
  • joyous, exorbitant,
  • immediately soft,
  • much instrumental,
  • fierce and animated,
  • thirdly orchestral,
  • solemn and soft,
  • emotionally eloquent,
  • epoch-making ecclesiastical,
  • symphonic and concerted,
  • quicksilver orchestral,
  • abstract orchestral,
  • noble and ornate,
  • sparkling and original,
  • instrumental and operatic,
  • hideous earsplitting,
  • imitative picturesque,
  • comic conversational,
  • frequently insipid,
  • simple and frequently insipid,
  • noisy instrumental,
  • soon martial,
  • resonant glad,
  • faintly drawn-out,
  • boisterous and vigorous,
  • downright cheerful,
  • later beautiful,
  • equally charming and simple,
  • classical choral,
  • major vocal,
  • unaccompanied, concerted,
  • delightful, soft,
  • passionate and yet fantastic,
  • exceedingly up-to-date,
  • queer semi-oriental,
  • sweet, formal,
  • better sacred,
  • thoroughly agreeable and sweet,
  • newest and lightest,
  • rare pastoral,
  • gallant wistful,
  • noble and melodious,
  • florid passionate,
  • richer deeper,
  • softer, languorous,
  • shallow and empty,
  • obviously shallow and empty,
  • unclassical italian,
  • absurd brassy,
  • sad distant,
  • meek, incomparable,
  • inaudible orchestral,
  • vigorous and declamatory,
  • divine, triumphant,
  • operatic and classical,
  • classical and intricate,
  • severely classical and intricate,
  • pleasant and ceaseless,
  • sweet or majestic,
  • raucous instrumental,
  • plaintively sweet,
  • fine, savage,
  • weird and pleasing,
  • loud and majestic,
  • sacred but secular,
  • rustic and rude,
  • pure, amber,
  • eternal poetic,
  • rousing, passionate,
  • inimitable and irresistible,
  • charmingly suggestive,
  • solemn emotional,
  • unheard low,
  • water inconceivably fresh,
  • blatantly hilarious,
  • wild sonorous,
  • high-toned but sweet,
  • singularly swift and cheerful,
  • doubtfully sweet,
  • delightfully catchy,
  • soft insipid,
  • profound, soft,
  • somber, golden,
  • glorious and continuous,
  • metaphysical and inaudible,
  • noble, sonorous,
  • feeble, sketchy,
  • cheerful and also simple,
  • special or serious,
  • mellow, continuous,
  • last flawless,
  • nobler german,
  • generally dry and formal,
  • vocal or instrumental,
  • vocal,
  • adept marvelous,
  • sonorous visual,
  • far-off and ineffable,
  • faint, far-off and ineffable,
  • mostly brazilian,
  • clearly sacred,
  • loud canned,
  • elusive silvery,
  • contemporary electronic,
  • rhythmic, vigorous,
  • soft and distressing,
  • discordant, hacking,
  • endless, distant,
  • tiny, irrepressible,
  • exotic, haunting,
  • sappy boring,
  • open, cajun,
  • strident military,
  • rich, aerial,
  • simple and sedate,
  • far-away, ineffable,
  • own legato,
  • much wagnerian,
  • brassy old-world,
  • vast, harsh,
  • terrible, potent,
  • characteristic and atmospheric,
  • potent verbal,
  • perfectly single and simple,
  • richest absolute,
  • always rich and sonorous,
  • best symphonic,
  • vulgar and ludicrous,
  • deep, awe-inspiring,
  • shrill and weary,
  • longer enchanting,
  • wild fitful,
  • feeble incidental,
  • `incidental,
  • bold and blatant,
  • brilliant birdlike,
  • noble, self-contained,
  • vocal nor instrumental,
  • also instrumental,
  • sweetest and most acceptable,
  • stormy but appropriate,
  • plaintive, doleful,
  • extremely monotonous and nasal,
  • soft and distinct,
  • slow speechless,
  • long and well proportioned,
  • turkish martial,
  • regular and soft,
  • sonorous, vocal,
  • mute, misty,
  • thin and uncertain,
  • demurely sinister,
  • desperately martial,
  • boyish but desperately martial,
  • uncouth braying,
  • white and big,
  • harrowing turkish,
  • pure god-given,
  • necessarily sad,
  • clamorous barbaric,
  • early german or italian,
  • plaintive fairy,
  • old and delicious,
  • forth soft and monotonous,
  • exquisite and enchanting,
  • preferred vocal,
  • vocal and instrumental,
  • sacred, immanent,
  • slow, striking,
  • sublime and expressive,
  • imitative and descriptive,
  • purely imitative and descriptive,
  • previous, older,
  • sweet, loud,
  • solemn but seductive,
  • sweet barbaric,
  • specially imitative,
  • exquisite unfamiliar,
  • strange and monotonous,
  • commonplace evangelical,
  • strong, luscious,
  • strong, thunderous,
  • subtle but most beautiful,
  • fitful, horrible,
  • pleasant but comparatively artless,
  • queer arctic,
  • significant, nineteenth-century,
  • hence vocal,
  • mainly vocal,
  • wild mighty,
  • rude molten,
  • sensitive, abstract,
  • poor or insincere,
  • numbingly repetitive,
  • raucous and numbingly repetitive,
  • charming, sweet and sane,
  • disturbing and incomparable,
  • sick, unhealthy,
  • contemporaneous orchestral,
  • lively elemental,
  • rapid, reedy,
  • fitful and glad,
  • mellow, witching,
  • soft and invisible,
  • keen, eerie,
  • electronic so-called,
  • high, spirited,
  • european classical,
  • faint, discordant,
  • sudden, intrusive,
  • eerie, atonal,
  • faint, discreet,
  • incoherent human,
  • perfectly single,
  • particularly devotional,
  • hitherto muffled,
  • softly merry,
  • joyous or solemn,
  • purely pathetic,
  • ever impressive,
  • sad and ironical,
  • loud and irregular,
  • pre-eminent classical,
  • vocal and operatic,
  • sensuous and sentimental,
  • creepy, shivery,
  • quaint arithmetical,
  • splendid, inspiring,
  • braying, brassy,
  • comparatively artless,
  • sweetly silent,
  • artistic vocal,
  • ever harsh,
  • low martial,
  • earliest vocal,
  • gay and sad,
  • rude instrumental,
  • weird and enchanting,
  • henceforth italian,
  • refined, piquant,
  • usually vocal,
  • cheap and natural,
  • stately dramatic,
  • dreadfully sweet,
  • pleasing and various,
  • mad, harsh,
  • intoxicating and perhaps immortal,
  • soft far-off,
  • glad, ecstatic,
  • voluptuous, agonizing,
  • composite, dramatic,
  • appropriate and immemorial,
  • dramatic and sacred,
  • eastern secular,
  • gentle but unromantic,
  • weird and pleasant,
  • admirable metallic,
  • personal, passionate,
  • disinterested evil,
  • continually beautiful,
  • mad and rapt,
  • music-vocal,
  • savage, inexorable,
  • wild, african,
  • strange, fairy,
  • incongruously sweet,
  • latest synthetic,
  • strange, incessant,
  • soft, unidentifiable,
  • bright and annoying,
  • weird atonal,
  • twentieth-century western,
  • mauve hungarian,
  • wild and jubilant,
  • sweetest pastoral,
  • fresh strange,
  • higher vocal,
  • simple and plaintive,
  • grandest dramatic,
  • good congregational,
  • savage, rasping,
  • beautiful, fantastic,
  • delicate and haunting,
  • noisy tartar,
  • fine and melodious,
  • also vocal,
  • modern shakespearian,
  • intimate, serious,
  • high and mournful,
  • wonderful instrumental,
  • thin, elusive,
  • slow distant,
  • faint and dreadful,
  • real elizabethan,
  • sweet, sour,
  • more scratchy,
  • little inspirational,
  • soft and gay,
  • lively animal,
  • often sweet,
  • delicious fairy,
  • musically uneducated,
  • low but beautiful,
  • grandest, sweetest,
  • almost monotone,
  • weird and eccentric,
  • simple and grave,
  • early polish,
  • classical religious,
  • beloved and well-known,
  • else invisible,
  • forth heavier,
  • hard, energetic,
  • forth spontaneous,
  • solemn triumphal,
  • again mortal,
  • noble austere,
  • low, percussive,
  • full-throated, sweet,
  • barbaric, monotonous,
  • strident chinese,
  • indeed sublime,
  • incredibly dulcet,
  • nonliturgical,
  • human classical,
  • oddly atonal,
  • solemn synthetic,
  • portable synthetic,
  • loud, operatic,
  • international contemporary,
  • bouncy, repetitive,
  • liveliest hungarian,
  • strange tinny,
  • tinny, bright,
  • soft lyrical,
  • propulsive inner,
  • swift, intricate,
  • purely sacred,
  • unpopular popular,
  • local immemorial,
  • somewhat harsh and monotonous,
  • beautiful and evocative,
  • prettiest and most talented,
  • skillful, evocative,
  • delicate, melodic,
  • overhead, ethereal,
  • loud classical,
  • rotten ethnic,
  • subliminal patriotic,
  • faint classical,
  • wild, pagan,
  • harmonious and joyous,
  • wonderfully harmonious and joyous,
  • barbaric, intoxicating,
  • esoteric german,
  • mindless, sugary,
  • open, excess,
  • eerie unfamiliar,
  • somewhere strange,
  • sorrowfully beautiful,
  • martial but most inharmonious,
  • severe orchestral,
  • inner rhythmical,
  • far-off choral,
  • finer, simpler,
  • cold, insidious,
  • welcome vehicular,
  • classical and popular,
  • low atonal,
  • especially instrumental,
  • quiet classical,
  • favorite martial,
  • pious and mournful,
  • mechamcal,
  • delightful soft,
  • four-part vocal,
  • faint unusual,
  • sweet, interminable,
  • exquisite orchestral,
  • suddenly military,
  • sweet loud,
  • monotonous, solemn,
  • sweet and devout,
  • thy upland,
  • sorrowful, distant,
  • savagely discordant,
  • sweet, dull,
  • brilliant and stormy,
  • equally pungent,
  • strongly rhythmic,
  • classical orchestral,
  • later french and german,
  • mournful martial,
  • harsh and mournful,
  • weird electronic,
  • distant cathedral,
  • dreamy, exquisite,
  • wild, haunting,
  • cold, difficult,
  • strange atonal,
  • dull raucous,
  • slow, woozy,
  • hard, brassy,
  • real silvery,
  • much resounding,
  • sweetly sorrowful,
  • constant alien,
  • gay and exhilarating,
  • fine orchestral,
  • pleasant such,
  • dreamy, haunting,
  • german sacred,
  • fine sacred,
  • pleasantly bland,
  • weird, haunting,
  • martial,
  • vaguely martial,
  • exquisite and various,
  • secular vocal,
  • mere audible,
  • soft, haunting,
  • slow and rhythmic,
  • loud thin,
  • ceaseless harsh,
  • scientifically compacted,
  • basal popular,
  • rowdy cajun,
  • powerful and rhythmic,
  • high-volume, fast-paced,
  • always hollow,
  • airy and translucent,
  • absolute or instrumental,
  • glorious invisible,
  • gloriously indignant,
  • loud and heroic,
  • brassy military,
  • romantic-revival,
  • orchestral and ethnic,
  • solemn, triumphal,
  • faint, important,
  • dim sedate,
  • plaintive, fairy,
  • beauteous and pure,
  • unmistakable new,
  • inspiration real,
  • drink real inspiration real,
  • classical and military,
  • merriest and most ingenious,
  • eerie crystalline,
  • harsh brassy,
  • small disorganized,
  • already loud,
  • sweet, fairy,
  • thin, rapid,
  • new ethereal,
  • soft, sickening,
  • instrumental or vocal,
  • low, atonal,
  • unutterably sweet,
  • somber funeral,
  • grave and fearful,
  • spirited and warlike,
  • practically sacred,
  • loud, off-key,
  • plaintive and mournful,
  • slightly annoying,
  • joyful metal,
  • alien, polytonal,
  • gloomy liturgical,
  • soft, elder,
  • italian florid,
  • barest simple,
  • sooo impressive,
  • french instrumental,
  • grave, far-reaching,
  • softly passionate,
  • temperate common,
  • preferred classical,
  • now grand and somber,
  • soft instrumental,
  • catchy fill-in,
  • seriously morose,
  • equally stylized,
  • vocally extravagant,
  • appropriate triumphant,
  • thrilling martial,
  • extravagant and complex,
  • positive, aggressive,
  • own instrumental,
  • distant, discordant,
  • sacred vocal,
  • especially italian,
  • now grand,
  • sweet and genuine,
  • pure instrumental,
  • faint but delicious,
  • wonderful complex,
  • sour sweet,
  • heavy, atonal,
  • classical or contemporary,
  • coarse and discordant,
  • equally coarse and discordant,
  • innocuous and silly young,
  • bloody original,
  • rhythmical and exquisite,
  • loud queer,
  • brash and impulsive,
  • faint exquisite,
  • modern instrumental,
  • solemn and strange,
  • extremely evil,
  • concerted vocal,
  • welcome, welcome,
  • choral and orchestral,
  • soft classical,
  • enough classic,
  • such perforated,
  • fresh, thy,
  • vocal or instrumental,
  • purely instrumental,
  • still sad,
  • instrumental and vocal,
  • vocal and instrumental,
  • instrumental.
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