song

  1. a short musical composition with words
  2. a distinctive or characteristic sound
  3. the act of singing
  4. the characteristic sound produced by a bird
  5. a very small sum
  6. the imperial dynasty of China from 960 to 1279; noted for art and literature and philosophy

Song

In music, a song is a composition for voice performed by singing or alongside musical instruments. A choral or vocal song may be accompanied by musical instruments, or it may be unaccompanied, as in the case of a cappella songs. The lyrics (words) of songs are typically of a poetic, rhyming nature, though they may be religious verses or free prose...
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song

[n] - a very small sum 2. [n] - a distinctive or characteristic sound 3. [n] - a short musical composition with words 4. [n] - the act of singing
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Song

• (n.) That which is sung or uttered with musical modulations of the voice, whether of a human being or of a bird, insect, etc. • (n.) A trifle. • (n.) An object of derision; a laughingstock. • (n.) A lyrical poem adapted to vocal music; a ballad. • (n.) Poetical composition; poetry; verse. • (n.) More generally, any p...
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song

noun the act of singing; `with a shout and a song they marched up to the gates`
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Song

[airline] Song, LLC was a low-cost airline within an airline brand owned and operated by Delta Air Lines from 2003 to 2006. Song`s main focus was on leisure traffic between the northeastern United States and Florida, a market where it competed with JetBlue Airways. It also operated flights between Florida and the West Coast, and from the No...
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Song

[Chinese surname] Song is the pinyin transliteration of the Chinese family name 宋. It is transliterated as Sung in Wade-Giles, and Soong is also a common transliteration. In addition to being a common surname, it is also the name of a Chinese dynasty, the Song Dynasty, written with the same character. The first written record of the chara...
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Song

[Korean surname] Song is a Korean language surname. ==Kinds== ==Clans== Song (宋) clans include the Yeosan, Eunjin, Jincheon, Yeonan, Yaseong, Cheongju, Sinpyeong, Gimhae, Namyang, and Bokheung. One Song (松) clan is the Yongseong. ==List of persons with the surname== ...
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Song

Song (sŏng; 115) noun [ Anglo-Saxon song , sang , from singan to sing; akin to Dutch zang , German sang , Icelandic söngr , Goth. saggws . See Sing .] 1. That which is sung or uttered with musical modulations of the voice, whet...
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Song

A lyric poem with a number of repeating stanzas (called refrains), written to be set to music in eit
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Song

A poem which is written to be sung or chanted - without or without musical accompaniment.
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song

A setting of words to music for one or more singers, with or without instrumental accompaniment. Song may be sacred, for example a psalm, motet, or cantata, or secular, for example a folk song or ballad. In verse song, the text changes in mood while the music remains the same; in lied and other forms of art song, the music changes in response t...
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song

a vocal solo.
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Song

Bird song generally consists of repeated “phrases” or notes to attract a mate, announce territory or both. Often sung at dawn (“dawn chorus”) or prior to evening roost. Bird song can be a diagnostic means of identifying species.
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Song

Includes all sounds made by birds including those that are made by their bill, their feathers, etc. Birds use their syrinx to make sounds while humans use their larynx.
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song

piece of music performed by a single voice, with or without instrumental accompaniment. Works for several voices are called duets, trios, etc.; ... [15 related articles]
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Song

Relaxed
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song

song, relatively brief, simple vocal composition, usually a setting of a poetic text, often strophic, for accompanied solo voice. The song literature of Western music embodies two broad classifications—folk song and art song.Apart from the recently discovered cuneiform tablet containing a song...
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Song

territorial vocalization used to communicate the identity and whereabouts of an individual to other birds and/or to signals sexual intentions and create/maintain pair bonds. Different from call.
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Song

Vocalization used mostly by male birds to attract a mate or to define and defend a territory (compare
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