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As a noun, a '''tune''' is a [[melody]]; a succession of [[note (music)|notes]] that can be said to "make sense" to the aural sensitivity of the listener. It can also refer to a song, even if that song contains more than one melody.
 
As a noun, a '''tune''' is a [[melody]]; a succession of [[note (music)|notes]] that can be said to "make sense" to the aural sensitivity of the listener. It can also refer to a song, even if that song contains more than one melody.
  
 
As a verb to '''tune''' means to bring into proper intonation. (As in "tune a piano.")
 
As a verb to '''tune''' means to bring into proper intonation. (As in "tune a piano.")
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source: http://www.thefreedictionary.com/Tune
  
 
[[Category: Dictionary]]
 
[[Category: Dictionary]]
 
[[Category: Musical terms]]
 
[[Category: Musical terms]]

Revision as of 15:31, 8 March 2013

As a noun, a tune is a melody; a succession of notes that can be said to "make sense" to the aural sensitivity of the listener. It can also refer to a song, even if that song contains more than one melody.

As a verb to tune means to bring into proper intonation. (As in "tune a piano.")

source: http://www.thefreedictionary.com/Tune