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A.  Absorbing, A Cappella, Accompanying, Accomplished, Accordant, Acoustic, Affecting, Affining, Afflating, Airy, Alluring, Alto, Ambient, Amplified, Amusing, Animating, Anticipative, Aperitive, Arranged, Ariose, Arioso, Artistic, Atmospheric, Attuned, Audiovisual, Auditory, Aural, Auricular


B.  Background, Band, Baritone, Baroque, Bass, Basso, Baroque, Beautiful, Binaural, Biphonic, Blissful, Blithesome, Bluegrass, Blues, Bluesy, Bombastic, Booming, Bopping, Boogie, Boogie-woogie, Brassy, Brava, Bravo, Breezy, Bright, Brisk, Buoyant

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 The Good Book

C.  Cadenced, Cadent, Calm, Canonic, Canorous, Canticular, Canty, Captivating, Care-free, Carol, Catchy, Chamber, Charming, Chanting, Cheerful, Chiming, Choral, Classic, Classical, Clear, Comforting, Compelling, Complex, Composed, Conamore, Concert, Conducted, Consonant, Contemporary, Cool, Country

D.  Dance, Dark, Deep, Delightful, Diaphonic, Diatonic, Distinct, Diverting, Double time, Dramatic, Dulcet, Dynamic

E.  Easy Listening, Electronic, Elemental, Elevating, Emotional, Emotionally-rich, Enchanting, Energetic, Energizing, Engaging, Engrossing, Enjoyable, Entertaining, Enthralling, Enticing, Entrancing, Epic, Essential, Eudaemonistic/Eudaemonistical, Euphonic, Euphonic/Euphonious, Eurythmic, Even, Evocative, Exciting, Executed, Exhilarating, Expressive, Exuberant

F.  Fast, Flamboyant, Feel-good, Flourishing, Folk, Folksy, Foot-stomping, Fresh, Full-toned, Fun, Funk, Funky, Fusion

G.  Gay, Gentle, Gleeful, Golden, Gospel, Grandiose, a Groove, Grooving, Groovy

H.  Happy, Harmonic, Harmonious, Harmonized, Heartfelt, Heartsome, Heavy metal, Henotic, Heterophonic, Heuristic, Hi-fi, High fidelity, Hip, Hip-hop, Hit, Homey, Homophonic, Homorhythmic, Hymnal, Hypnotic

I.  Impassioned, Impressive, Improvised, Improvisational, Indie, Ineffable, Inflected, Insouciant, Inspiring, Instrumental, Intoned, Intoxicating, Intricate, Intrinsic, Invigorating, Inviting

Italian Terms

Allegro - very quickly

Allegretto - slower than allegro but faster than andante

Andante - slow; moderately paced

Decrescendo - getting softer

Pianissimo - very soft

Piano - soft

Pizzicato - plucky

Mezzo piano - medium soft

Mezzo forte - medium loud

Forte - loud

Fortissimo - very loud

Staccato - of short duration

All the Italian Musical Terms


J.  Jammin', Jaunty, Jazzy, Jiggish, Jive, Jolif, Joyful, Joyous, Jubilant

L.  Light, Light-hearted, Lilting, Live, Lively, Loud, Ludic, Lyric, Lyrical

M.  Magnetic, Major, Masterly, Marching, Measured, Mellifluent/Mellifluous, Melodic, Melodious, Mellow, Mellisonant, Merry, Merry-making, Mesmeric/Mesmerizing, Metal, Meticulous, Metrical, Mirthful, Mnemonic, Modern, Monophonic, Moody, Motivating, Motivational, Moving, Musical, Multifarious


Five Music-related Greek Muses

Calliope - Epic Poetry

Erato - Lyric Poetry

Euterpe - Song and Elegiac Poetry

Polyhymnia - Hymns

Terpsichore - Dance

N.  New Age, Noctiflorous, Nostalgic, Notable


The Overture

O.  Opera, Operatic, Optimistic, Orchestral, Orphean


P.  Paced, Paciferous, Parnassian, Passionate, Peaceful, Percussive, Perspicuous, Placid, Playable, Playful, Pleasant, Pleasing, Pleasurable, Plucky, Philharmonic, Piercing, Pierean, Piquant, Poetic, Pop, Polyphonic, Popular, Powerful, Practiced, Prepossessing, Priceless, Primal, Proficient, Progressive, Proleptic, Provocative, Pulsating, Pulsing

Q.  Quick

R.  Raucous, Recorded, Recreational, Redolent, Reggae, Relaxing, Renaissance, Replete, Rejuvenating, Rejuvenescent, Relaxing, Reminiscent, Repeating, Resonant, Resounding, Restorative, Reverberant, Reverberating, Rhapsodic, Rhythmic, Rhythm and Blues, Rhythmical, Rich, Ringing, Rising, Rock, Rockin', Rock n' Rollin', Rollicking, Rollin', Romantic, Rousing


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"There is no way to be pointed out save [except] the 'I AM'

It is the birth of the spirit." - Edgar Cayce Reading 262-10


S.  Sacred. Sensate, Sensational, Sentimental, Session, Silvery, Siren, Siren-song, Slammin', Slow, Smooth, Soft, Solacious, Solo, Song, Songlike, Sonic, Sonorous, Soothing, Sophisticated, Soprano, Soul, Soulful, Sounded, Steady, Sthenic, Stimulating, Stirring, Strident, Strong, Sublime, Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious, Superlative, Surging, Suspenseful, Sweet, Sweet-sounding, Swing, Swinging, Symphonic, Symphonious, Synced, Synchronized


T.  Talented, Tender, Tenor, Textured, Throbbing, Thunderous, Tight, Timbral, Timeless, Toe-tapping, Tonal, Tonic, Touching, Transporting, Transcendent, Treble, Trilling, Tuneful, Tympanic

U.  Unaccompanied, Unifying, Uninhibited, Unisonous, Uniting, Unplugged, Unrestrained, Upbeat, Upbuilding, Uplifting, Up-tempo, Upwelling

V.  Vegete, Versed, Vespertine, Vibrant, Vibratile, Virtuoso, Vitative, Vocal

W.  Warbling, Warm, Wavy, World

Ta-da!            Cheers


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