|rework the orchestration for a composition||rescore|
|19th century artistic movement characterized by the practice of painting with colorful points or dots placed in close proximity to one another, divisionism, musical composition technique, style of 19C painting||pointillism|
|about an epic, epic poetry, large-scale production, like an epic, long narrative poem, long narrative poem; composition which resembles an epic; epic poetry, long series of events, pertaining to a long narrative poem which tells of the adventures and f...||epic|
|act a part in a play, act in a particular manner, act in jest, action during a game, action or move in a game, assign or have a position on field, compete against, direct light or water, dramatic composition or production, dramatic performance; game; e...||play|
|act as prelude to something, free-standing piece of music, introduce with prelude, introductory event or occurrence, introductory piece of music, opening; introduction; overture, introductory musical piece (Music); short musical composition (Music), pr...||prelude|
|act done by single person, alone, unaccompanied, card game for individual players, do something without help or accompaniment, done by one person, for a single performer, musical composition played or sung by one person; performance by a single person;...||solo|
|act of creating, act of inventing; something invented; creativity, resourcefulness; fabrication, falsehood; short composition (Music), created thing, creative ability, lie, short instrumental work||invention|
|adjustment of film projector settings, composition of film scene, frame, framework; act of providing with a frame, way something is framed||framing|
|alter the composition of something using bacteria||bacterize|
|amusing musical composition, whimsical piece of music||humoresque|
|ancient Greek recited poem, enthusiastic talk, exalted literary composition, free-form musical composition, rapture, ecstasy; portion of an epic poem suitable for recitation; expression of enthusiasm; expression of enthusiasm; improvisatory instrumenta...||rhapsody|
|Arnold Schoenberg (1874-1951), Austrian composer, creator of the twelve-tone composition technique||Schoenberg|
|arranged in a series; consecutive, sequential; transferring information bit after bit (Computers); appearing in sequels, published or broadcast in regular installments, produced in parts, regular newspaper or magazine, relating to musical composition, ...||serial|
|arrangement for musical instruments, equipment for control or operation, making instruments, means, musical instruments used, use of an instrument; orchestration, piece of music composed for musical instruments; means, something which serves to assist,...||instrumentation|
|atomic composition, atomic nature, power of an atom, valence||atomicity|
|attempt, attempt at something, endeavor; composition, article, attempt; test, experiment, set written piece, short nonfiction prose piece, test of something, work resembling a written essay||essay|
|be important, be significant, bodily discharge, circumstances, have importance, make difference, material substance, physical material (as opposed to spiritual); substance of a particular composition and consistency; issue, affair; excreted material; t...||matter|
|blood disorder, defect in the composition of the blood||dyscrasia|
|caprice, lively instrumental work, lively musical composition played in a free style (Music); prank, trick; whim, fancy||capriccio|
|category of racing car, established form of words, method of doing something, milk for babies, plan or method, rule expressed in symbols, set of symbols representing chemical composition, set way of saying or doing something; mixture fed to a baby in p...||formula|
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