(Canadian) a display by riders on horseback of manoeuvres to music, esp by members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
noun 1. a handsaw played as a musical instrument with a violin bow or a hammer while the saw is bent with varying tension to change the pitch.
- Musical theater
noun See music theater
audio, compression A name for MPEG-1 Layer 2 used for broadcasting. Common data rates are 192, 224, and 256 kbps. (2001-12-13)
- Music centre
noun 1. a single hi-fi unit containing e.g. a turntable, amplifier, radio, cassette player, and compact disc player