Words and phrases that have a meaning related to classical:   (266 results)


Often used in the same context:
classical music, contemporary, concerto grosso, classical ballet, symphonic, carnatic, shawm, baroque, kathak, plainchant, niccolo paganini, musicological, microtonal, trio sonata, khayal, pianistic, syncretic, pentatonic scale, electroacoustic, pyotr tchaikovsky, sufi, cantorial, canonic, pentatonic, artur schnabel, orchestral, handelian, mozartean, edgard varese, anton bruckner, plainsong, mozartian, flamenco, john dowland, gregorian chant, paul hindemith, bela bartok, bedrich smetana, cesar franck, expressional, carl orff, fritz kreisler, avant garde, operatic, avantgarde, artur rubinstein, string quartet, klezmer, opera seria, basso continuo, ragtime, bel canto, diatonic scale, nonclassical, sarangi, claudio monteverdi, sarod, georg friedrich handel, arnold schoenberg, arthur honegger, max bruch, vincenzo bellini, neoclassical, alban berg, metrical, leo delibes, idiomatic, philological, darius milhaud, luigi cherubini, reed instrument, oriental, transverse flute, instrumentalist, musical notation, jean sibelius, francois couperin, aram khachaturian, improvisatory, aleatoric, orientalist, francis poulenc, sergei rachmaninoff, musical, diatonic, george enescu, antony tudor, woodwind instrument, compositional, choral, bass viol, rudolf serkin, polytonal, percussive instrument, peter ilich tchaikovsky, shamisen, stabat mater, da capo, modest mussorgsky, piano sonata, erik satie, georg philipp telemann, romantic, byzantine, modernist, anglo, classicists, marxist, pagan, western, documentary, elizabethan, greek, hollywood, moder, modern, romantics, buddhist, celtic, eastern, evolutionary, gothic, classic, postclassical, modem, juristic, medieval, neoclassic, hellenistic, humanist, aristotelian, grecoroman, jurisprudential, rationalistic, ricardian, afrocentric, associationist, behaviorist, buddhistic

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alcides, ambrosia, amphisbaena, andres segovia, antistrophe, aorist, apple of discord, arthur mitchell, attic, bacchant, bacchante, bacchus, ballet position, basilisk, benjamin jowett, boeotian, brahms, bronze age, centaur, chamber orchestra, choral ode, chorus, classic, classicise, classicize, conservation of mass, conservation of matter, corinthian, crossover, dark ages, diversified, doric, dull, elgin marbles, embellished, entablature, erinyes, eumenides, fractal, franz joseph haydn, friedrich august wolf, fury, galley, george gershwin, george gilbert aime murphy, gershwin, gilbert murray, golden age, graeco-roman deity, greco-roman deity, greek chorus, greek mode, hastinapura, haydn, hellenic, hellenism, hellenistic, hellenistical, heracles, herakles, hercules, hero, homer a. thompson, homer armstrong thompson, homer thompson, humanism, humanist, inclination, ingres, ionic, iron age, jean auguste dominique ingres, jerome robbins, johannes brahms, joseph haydn, jowett, law of conservation of mass, law of conservation of matter, law of motion, low latin, maxwell's equations, middle ages, mitchell, modern dance, mozart, murray, nectar, neoclassic, neoclassical, neoclassicism, newton's law, newton's law of motion, nicolas poussin, nonclassical, nymph, olympian, olympic god, pas, philologist, philologue, poussin, priapus, ramayana, ravi shankar, repression, robbins, scholiast, segovia, shankar, sheraton, silver age, strophe, thompson, tuscan, versed, wedgwood, wolf, wolfgang amadeus mozart

authoritative, classic, definitive, greco-roman, hellenic, neoclassic, neoclassical, standard

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— Nouns for classical: theory, music, literature, conditioning, tradition, period, mechanics, antiquity, model, education, studies, more...

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