melodically melodically

Definition(s):

  • (adv) with respect to melody

Usage(s):

  1. It includes eight new songs in a curvaceous, melodically rich style evocative of Burt Bacharach and the Beatles.
  2. In Nightmare Before Christmas, Elfman's witty, melodically intricate songs drive the action forward as surely as does the animation.
  3. The music kept attempting to soar melodically, but kept being dashed to the ground again by its own heaviness.

News

  • How poverty might change the brain

    Martha Farah is leaning forward, furiously typing on her thin laptop in her spacious office at the University of Pennsylvania. Awards, paintings and posters lean against the walls on the floor as she puts the final touches on a grant proposal. "I hate it, but I love it!" she exclaims, in a voice that often rises melodically to stress words with enthusiasm. "The adrenaline!" Farah, 57, built a ...
    on June 14, 2013     Source: KSAT San Antonio

Quotes

  1. "There are a lot of elements to this album that are about me returning to what I'm comfortable with," Clay said (via ET). "To me, older songs are more melodically appealing and beautiful. So doing this album was an opportunity to just be...
    on May 10, 2010 By: Clay Aiken Source: Just Jared (blog)

  2. "I honestly think that if it weren't for this song we probably wouldn't still be here because it opened up so many doors for us, melodically, dynamically," Grohl said.
    on Oct 29, 2009 By: Dave Grohl Source: Washington Post

  3. "First and foremost, we want to write songs - lyrically and melodically - that you can sing along with," adds Shaddix. "We're a band that tries to walk that line between metal, hardcore, punk rock and pop music, and we do our best at trying...
    on Sep 1, 2006 By: Jacoby Shaddix Source: Starpulse.com (blog)

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