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Things music often describes (“music ________”)
hall, making, room, halls, drama, master, lovers, box, lover, teacher, dramas, stool, book, books, makers, critic, lessons, paper, industry, maker, teachers, seller, lesson, shop, director, concerts, masters, works, culture, stands, stand, business, school, reading, rooms, scene, theatre, mistress, boxes, theater, teaching, playing, dance, publishers, publisher, gallery, sellers, students, tradition, videos, appreciation, station, rack, style, store, roll, listening, printing, critics, show, meeting, sales, festival, fans, majors, compositions, recording, text, composer, desk, composers, shops, sheets, recordings, player, cultures, writing, concert, stations, festivals, ensembles, performances

How music often is described (“________ music”)
popular, classical, instrumental, american, vocal, modern, western, traditional, sacred, sweet, live, indian, soft, contemporary, loud, black, beautiful, african, much, incidental, orchestral, martial, choral, religious, european, electronic, german, secular, serious, century, french, italian, english, russian, fine, ancient, symphonic, irish, gospel, recorded, pure, chinese, baroque, romantic, greek, native, sad, wild, light, latin, strange, dramatic, polyphonic, liturgical, heavenly, spanish, japanese, absolute, favorite, wonderful, cuban, sweetest, solemn, distant, lively, tonal, slow, brazilian, primitive, mexican, printed, organ


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See music used in context: 100+ rhymes, 107 Shakespeare works, 2 Mother Goose rhymes, several books and articles.

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