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Melodic  adj.  Of the nature of melody; relating to, containing, or made up of, melody; melodious.

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"Melodic" Quotes from Famous Books

... can only be conjectured. At first simple, it was regulated on a mathematical basis by Pythagoras, who understood the laws of vibration. Later on it developed into something more rich and varied, and, while still devoted to unison, or melodic, effects, it was undoubtedly full of beauty, as is the old Scotch music. Its great development, as well as the use of many small instruments (kithara, flute, etc.), go far to prove that music must have formed a larger part of woman's domestic life ...
— Woman's Work in Music • Arthur Elson

... Chopin. "If there's one thing sweeter than love, it's the sadness that it can't last; she loved me once—and now she loves tout le monde! and that's a little sweet melodic sadness of mine that will never fail you, as long as there's a piano within your reach, and a friend who knows how to play me on it for you to hear. You shall revel in my sadness till you forget your ...
— The Martian • George Du Maurier

Words linked to "Melodic" :   melodic theme, melodic phrase, lyrical, songful, sweet, melodious, singing, unmelodious, mellifluous, canorous, dulcet, cantabile, melodic line, ariose, songlike, melody, mellisonant, musical, honeyed

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