the study of the theoretical elements of music including sound and pitch, rhythm, melody, harmony, and notation
Julliard has many music majors who concentrate on music theory.
- Music theatre
noun 1. a modern musical-dramatic work that is performed on a smaller scale than, and without the conventions of, traditional opera noun See music theater
noun 1. a commercial videotape featuring a performance of a popular song, often through a stylized dramatization by the performers with lip-synching and special effects.
[moo-zeen-yee; French my-zee-nyee] /mu zinˈyi; French mü ziˈnyi/ noun 1. a dry, red wine of the Burgundy region in France.
language A Lisp variant used as the programming language for the IBM PC symbolic mathematics package MuMath. (1995-04-12)