A melody is a tune, voice, or repetitive line which tends to be a combination of pitch and rhythm. A main melody is the most used or strongest sounding melody in the song.
Ah! Sweet Mystery Of Life (The Dream Melody), Broadway Melody, Broken-hearted Melody, Chinese Cafe/Unchained Melody, Come Back To Me My Melody, Distant Melody, Dixie Melody, Dream Melody, Easy Melody, Just Like A Melody Out Of The Sky, Little Church Around The Corner (from The Magic Melody), Lonely Little Melody, Magic Melody, Manhattan Melody, Melody, Melody Fair, Melody For Two, Melody From The Sky, Melody In A, Melody In F, Melody In Spring, Melody Man, Melody Of Love, Melody Of Spring, Melody Time, My Melody Of Love, Nice Melody, Play A Simple Melody, Playful Melody, Please Don't Monkey With Broadway (from Broadway Melody Of 1940), A Pretty Girl Is Like A Melody, Pretty Melody, Public Melody Number One, Rock-a-bye Your Baby With A Dixie Melody, Simple Melody, Tell Me With A Melody, That Honky-tonky Melody, That Samson And Delilah Melody, Unchained Melody, World Needs A Melody
Yup shes the main character and mermaid group leader
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Melody Is A Combination Of Pitch And Rhythm ....
A counter melody is a secondary or supplemental melody that is played simultaneously with the main melody.
The main tune is called the "head." It establishes the chord structure and overall theme.
When there is one main melody accompanied by chords, the texture is
The "A" melody
In orchestra I had the melody part in the song,which means the main part
They're not the same - the vocal melody is the main voice in a song and can be completed by other voices (usually fainter) and the melody is the main tune and can be completed by other instruments. The vocal melody can follow the same notes as the melody or not. :)
She is one of the main characters in the book along with Frankie Stein.
The main melody is quite pretty, and the beat is one that could definitely work on the dancefloor.
No. Aria is an opera solo sung by a single voice. Melody is the main line of a tune, with which another voice can harmonize. An aria contains a melody, but a melody is not necessarily an opera aria.