Children's, Intermediate and Advanced Online English Dictionary & Thesaurus

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chamber music music that is written for a small number of instruments, such as a string quartet, and suited for performance in an intimate setting.
country music popular music that comes from the folk music of the southern or southwestern United States. It generally employs a variety of stringed instruments such as guitar and fiddle.
electronic music music that is produced electronically by an instrument such as a synthesizer.
face the music (informal) to assume responsibility for one's actions.
folk music music originated, handed down, and played or sung by the common folk of a region or country, often fairly simple and repetitive in structure. [2 definitions]
music box a box containing a mechanical device that plays music when the lid is lifted.
music hall an auditorium in which musical performances are presented. [2 definitions]
music of the spheres music that early mathematicians, such as Pythagoras, thought was produced by the movements of the heavenly bodies, but which was inaudible on earth.
music stand a vertically adjustable rack for holding sheets of music for a performer or conductor.
program music instrumental music intended to evoke or depict a scene, story, event, or the like.
sheet music music printed on loose or unbound sheets of paper.
soul music a type of music combining elements of black gospel and rhythm-and-blues.