Word "MUSIC" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
punishment for one's actions
Synonyms:
medicine
Examples:
you have to face the music

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
any agreeable (pleasing and harmonious) sounds
Synonyms:
euphony
Examples:
he fell asleep to the music of the wind chimes

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
an artistic form of auditory communication incorporating instrumental or vocal tones in a structured and continuous manner

Crossword Clues for MUSIC

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Clue Source Date
“Laughter … the most civilised ____ in the world” (Peter Ustinov) The Times Specialist Sunday 25 Sep 2022
Organised sound The Guardian Quick 15 Sep 2022
Heard cry from cat, unwell in garage, possibly The Telegraph Toughie 15 Sep 2022
Light —; rock — The Times Concise 06 Jul 2022
What one must face when caught out? The Guardian Quick 19 May 2022
''If ... be the food of love, play on'' (Twelfth Night) Irish Times Simplex 21 Apr 2022
Add up 1 + 100 to get score The Guardian Cryptic 21 Feb 2022
Notes motorway going around America is top class Irish Times Crosaire 25 Jan 2022
Nothing odd about impulse -- itch -- to achieve harmony? The Telegraph Cryptic 19 Nov 2021
Shakespeare's 'food of love'? The Guardian Quick 19 Oct 2021
Starts for all sides today, presumably, to score Irish Times Crosaire 02 Oct 2021
Scoring result? Wall Street Journal 18 Sep 2021
Pop or rock Universal 03 Sep 2021
Melody The Telegraph Quick 08 Aug 2021
Composed sounds The Times Concise 30 Jul 2021
Band output Thomas Joseph 06 Jul 2021
Melody The Sun Two Speed 30 May 2021
Sounds from Comus iconic The Sun Two Speed 30 May 2021
''If ... be the food of love, play on'' (Twelfth Night) Irish Times Simplex 25 May 2021
Orchestra output Wall Street Journal 24 May 2021
Harmonious sounds The Sun Two Speed 22 Apr 2021
Strains from Cadmus iconic The Sun Two Speed 22 Apr 2021
CCMA word Canadiana 19 Apr 2021
Strains The Times Concise 11 Apr 2021
Notes motorway going around America is top class Irish Times Crosaire 08 Apr 2021
Work done to scale at the end of 6 down Irish Times Crosaire 25 Feb 2021
Notes presumably what you get from those characters in 16 down Irish Times Crosaire 20 Feb 2021
Rest area? The Washington Post Sunday 14 Feb 2021
Beethoven's love LA Times Daily 11 Jan 2021
Beethoven's love The Washington Post 11 Jan 2021
Good news, in a metaphor LA Times Daily 27 Dec 2020
Good news, in a metaphor The Washington Post 27 Dec 2020
Sound from an orchestra Newsday 24 Nov 2020
Bars from a studio Wall Street Journal 05 Nov 2020
Something to face? Canadiana 05 Oct 2020
What to make with The Bell - it's horrid from Iris Murdoch? Irish Times Crosaire 22 Sep 2020
Composed sounds The Times Concise 19 Sep 2020
Result of scoring Wall Street Journal 15 Sep 2020
Subject where you're graded on your notes? Universal 27 Jul 2020
Mozart's output Eugene Sheffer 20 Jun 2020
Noted work The Washington Post 12 Jun 2020
Noted work LA Times Daily 12 Jun 2020
See 59-Across New York Times 11 Jun 2020
Pop or bop Premier Sunday 03 May 2020
It "hath charms to soothe a savage breast" LA Times Daily 06 Mar 2020
It 'hath charms to soothe a savage breast' The Washington Post 06 Mar 2020
What those in 19 across are capable of to score Irish Times Crosaire 08 Feb 2020
What the ends of 17-, 23-, 36-, 47- and 57-Across make
Melody imbues pitch occasionally The Telegraph Cryptic 19 Dec 2019
Bach's bailiwick The Washington Post 29 Nov 2019
Bach's bailiwick LA Times Daily 29 Nov 2019
Band output Thomas Joseph 23 Oct 2019
Notes consequences The Telegraph Cryptic 09 Oct 2019
What is noted to be the 'food of love'? The Telegraph Cryptic 06 Sep 2019
What you get from 36 across to score Irish Times Crosaire 22 Jun 2019
Orchestra output Universal 08 Jun 2019
A language that 'speaks in emotions,' per Keith Richards The Washington Post Sunday 05 May 2019
Form of entertainment found in lots of bars The Telegraph Toughie 02 Apr 2019
The Blues component on all sides today Irish Times Crosaire 16 Mar 2019
Vivaldi's output Eugene Sheffer 19 Feb 2019
Rap or rock Universal 23 Jan 2019
Rock or jazz Premier Sunday 06 Jan 2019
Rap or rock
Orchestra output
Finishes 6 down to score Irish Times Crosaire 18 Sep 2018
Pleasing sound The Times Concise 14 Sep 2018
Clara Schumann works, e.g LA Times Daily 07 Sep 2018
Clara Schumann works, e.g The Washington Post 07 Sep 2018
Mike entertains me informally, giving works by 1 Across, perhaps? The Telegraph Toughie 04 Jul 2018
Staff stuff Wall Street Journal 26 May 2018
Sounds unpleasant to face The Sun Two Speed 04 Mar 2018
Audible art The Times Concise 28 Feb 2018
Staff stuff
Clara Schumann works, e.g.
Bach's output Eugene Sheffer 07 Sep 2017
Harmonious sounds The Telegraph Quick 04 Sep 2017
Air letter? So? The Telegraph Toughie 27 Jul 2017
'That's ___ to my ears' New York Times 18 Jul 2017
Staff notes Wall Street Journal 15 Jul 2017
Pandora offering Wall Street Journal 06 Jun 2017
What's the score? Wall Street Journal 11 May 2017
Type of folk going with 25 across, for instance Irish Times Crosaire 29 Apr 2017
The final score - you probably heard this from 13 across Irish Times Crosaire 25 Mar 2017
Something produced in bars -- heavy metal, for instance The Telegraph Cryptic 19 Mar 2017
Open mic offering, perhaps USA Today 17 Feb 2017
Folk perhaps revealing character thus The Telegraph Toughie 19 Jan 2017
The Bard's ''food of love'' Newsday 19 Jan 2017
"That's ___ to my ears"
'The only sensual pleasure without vice,' per Samuel Johnson New York Times 17 Nov 2016
Scores, e.g Wall Street Journal 03 Nov 2016
Staff will support this country, say The Telegraph Cryptic 06 Oct 2016
...a hint to the starts of the answers to the starred clues Wall Street Journal 13 Sep 2016
Swing or rock USA Today 12 Sep 2016
Score makeup Thomas Joseph 06 Sep 2016
Bookstore category Newsday 22 Jul 2016
Ensemble's output Wall Street Journal 31 May 2016
'If ___ be the food of love ...' The Chronicle of Higher Education 29 Jan 2016
'The food of love,' per Shakespeare New York Times 17 Jan 2016
Swing or rock
"If ___ be the food of love ..."
"The food of love," per Shakespeare
"The only sensual pleasure without vice," per Samuel Johnson
Lyrics complement The Washington Post 18 Dec 2015
College major Newsday 23 Sep 2015
Soul ______ Canadiana 14 Sep 2015
Greek character faithfully reproduced songs? The Telegraph Cryptic 31 Mar 2015
Score heard in 25 across Irish Times Crosaire 14 Feb 2015
College major
Lyrics complement
Streamed content, often
Melodies, e.g.
Orchestra offering
__ video
Rock or jazz
Some strains
Composer's creation
What it's all about
Singer's accompaniment
"___ to my ears"
Soother of the savage beast
Noted work
Pop or rock
Part of MTV
The "M" of MTV
Classical or classic rock
Strains
Shakespeare's "food of love"
Type of business
Swing or rock
Soother of the savage beast
Singer's accompaniment
Score sheets?
Partner of words
Beethoven's love
Score sheets?
Partner of words
Beethoven's love
Classical or classic rock
Work done to scale
"If ___ be the food of love, play on": Shak.
With 48-Across, what 17-, 26-, 43- and 57-Across each begins with
Airs, perhaps
"If ___ be the food of love, play on" (Shakespeare)
With 48-Across, what 17-, 26-, 43- and 57-Across each begins with
Airs, perhaps
Part of MTV
Word with "elevator" or "chamber"
It usually has a key
Ringtones, e.g.
With 69-Across, this puzzle's theme, which begins the eight words of 17-, 28-, 45- and 62-Across
Beethoven's output
With 69-Across, this puzzle's theme, which begins the eight words of 17-, 28-, 45- and 62-Across
Beethoven's output
Band output
Band output
Counterpart of lyrics
Strains
Some downloads
Waltz, e.g.
Score, sometimes
Ear candy
Country or folk
Score, sometimes
You may play it or score it
"The Sound of ___"
Score
Pulitzer category
Anthems, e.g.
"That which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible": Huxley
Staff writing
Pop or jazz
"That which comes nearest to expressing the inexpressible": Huxley
Work done to scale
Welcome sound, to one's ears
Score
The M in MTV
Agreeable sound, usually
Rap, C&W or jazz
Elementary school subject
Radio fare
Blues, e.g.
Voice of Garfield, Lorenzo ___
Radio fare
Part 3 of definition
"The speech of angels": Carlyle
Rap or rock
Napster download
Napster's product
Harmonious sounds
"The Sound of __"
2000 Madonna hit
Staff notes
"Sweet and healing medicine of troubles": Horace
Bebop and blues
"The ___ of the spheres"
Rock or rap
Rap or punk
Scores, e.g.
Orchestra offering
"Savage breast" soother
Orchestra output
"___, to create harmony, must investigate discord" (Plutarch)
Songs, sonatas and symphonies
Blues, for example
Strains
Scores, e.g.
Folk or rap, e.g.
It usually has a key
Swing, e.g.
Euterpe's sphere
St. Cecilia's sphere
Bernstein's field
One of the seven arts
Nickelodeon output
Score on Broadway
One of seven arts
Rock or disco
Meredith Wilson's "The ___ Man"
Frederick Loewe's forte
Blues, e.g.
Party pepper-upper
It "hath charms"
"Food of love"
Euterpe's realm
Rodgers's forte
Earbender of a sort
Lyric's companion
"Concord of sweet sounds"
Western or country fare
Kind of hall.
Sound combination.
Face the ___.
Euphony.
"Concord of sweet sounds."
Pleasing sounds.
One of the seven arts.
One of Borge's specialities.
Munch's field.
One of the arts.
Julliard School's specialty.
"Say It With ___."
Printed score.
Hindemith's specialty.
One of Truman's avocations.
Edwin Franco Goldman's field.
"Fear of ___" (1979 Talking Heads album)
Country, e.g.
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