2 singing by a soloist of the opening piece of plainsong
3 the act of singing in a monotonous tone [syn: chanting]
4 the production of musical tones (by voice or instrument); especially the exactitude of the pitch relations
- Rhymes: -eɪʃǝn
- A thundering; thunder.
- The act of sounding the tones of the musical scale.
- Singing or playing in good tune or otherwise; as, her intonation was false.
- Reciting in a musical prolonged tone; intonating or singing of the opening phrase of a plain-chant, psalm, or canticle by a single voice, as of a priest.
- Korean: 억양 (eokyang)
Intonation may refer to:
intonation in German: Intonation
intonation in French: Intonation
intonation in Italian: Intonazione
intonation in Dutch: Intonatie
intonation in Swedish: Intonation
intonation in Hebrew: אינטונציה
AF, accent, accentuation, adaptation, arrangement, articulation, audio frequency, bel canto, bravura, cantando, choral singing, coloratura, croon, crooning, delivery, demilegato, emphasis, execution, expression, fingering, folk singing, frequency, fundamental, fundamental tone, glissando, grammatical accent, harmonic, harmonization, hum, humming, ictus, inflection, instrumentation, intonation pattern, legato, lyricism, mezzo staccato, modulation, monotone, monotony, music-making, operatic singing, orchestration, overtone, parlando, partial, partial tone, performance, phrasing, pianism, pitch, pitch accent, pizzicato, preparation, pronunciation, rendering, rendition, repercussion, resolution, rhetorical accent, rhythmical accent, rubato, scat, scat singing, setting, singing, slur, sol-fa, sol-fa exercise, solfeggio, solmization, solution, song, speech tune, spiccato, staccato, stress accent, stress arsis, suprasegmental, suspension, thesis, tone, tone accent, tone painting, tonelessness, tonic sol-fa, touch, transcription, vocal music, vocalization, warbling, yodel, yodeling