Melodies in a sentence πŸ”Š

Short Sentences for Melodies

  • 1. In each of these simple melodies a treasured story lies embalmed and fragrant. πŸ”Š

  • 2. Et quel orchestre pour accompagner ces nobles mΓ©lodies vocales! πŸ”Š

  • 3. Hearken unto the melodies of the Gospel with the ear of fairness. πŸ”Š

  • 4. Before I knew it, fragments of melodies were on my own lips. πŸ”Š

  • 5. Dauncey's Ancient Scottish Melodies in 1838. πŸ”Š

  • 6. Beautiful and brave were the melodies playing in Lenz's heart. πŸ”Š

How to use Melodies in Sentences?

  • 1. And it singeth later with the same melodies as before, without change or alteration. πŸ”Š

  • 2. Besides, there were no such beautiful, solemn melodies for the piano as for the organ. πŸ”Š

  • 3. As Bach glorified the melodies of the German people, so Chopin glorified those of the Poles. πŸ”Š

  • 4. His cats were as numerous as his dogs and they mingled their melodies with those of their canine companions to the delectation of his neighbors. πŸ”Š

  • 5. She was swaying back and forth, keeping time with her body to the melodies that tinkled from her fingers. πŸ”Š

  • 6. And with a passionate sadness, their human melodies now wrestle with the dull and gloomy plaintiveness of the tireless surf. πŸ”Š

  • 7. It may suffice to marvel at the slight effect which melodies so powerful and so direct as these produce upon the ordinary public. πŸ”Š

  • 8. Many of the melodies in these now forgotten operas have been worked up by modern composers, and so have passed into modern music unrecognised. πŸ”Š

  • 9. His melodies are too often sadly sentimental, and any freshness with which he may have endowed them has long since faded. πŸ”Š

  • 10. The art music of the time was polyphonic, that is, constructed by so interweaving melodies that harmonies resulted. πŸ”Š

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