Melody

Antonyms of MELODY

Examples of usage:

  1. This transfer of the current of melody from the voices to the instruments was new in Italy; but brilliant examples of it are of course to be found in Mozart's operas which were performed for the first time in Italy, just before Rossini's Barber of Seville. "The Great Musicians: Rossini and His School" by Henry Sutherland Edwards
  2. In the Indian world of nature the sweet melody of the birds of England is absent. "India and the Indians" by Edward F. Elwin
  3. Bells on cattle, useful at night; melody of the bells. "India and the Indians" by Edward F. Elwin
  4. It was a crazy melody, peculiarly soft. "The Prose Writings of Heinrich Heine" by Heinrich Heine
  5. They saw many elk, the cows with long- legged spotted calves beside them, and the bulls with their short, knobby velvet- covered horns of early spring; deer bounded from the thickets; wild turkeys rose from beside the stream; antelope appeared in the open parks; beavers swam about the flooded meadows; song birds filled the balmy air with melody; and far above in the azure sky a great golden eagle, the war bird of their people, soared about on motionless wings. "White Otter" by Elmer Russell Gregor
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