cyfeiliant, gyfeiliant, chyfeiliant, cyfeiliannau, chyfeiliannau, gyfeiliannau, nghyfeiliannau, nghyfeiliant
Noun(1) an event or situation that happens at the same time as or in connection with another(2) a musical part (vocal or instrumental(3) something added to complete or embellish or make perfect(4) the act of accompanying someone or something in order to protect them
(1) she sang to a guitar accompaniment(2) these biscuits are a lovely accompaniment to tea(3) Shining Star, which was favored with live accompaniment for its premiere, is the kind of romp at which the Alley dancers excel; Parsons posed no new challenges.(4) Wuttichot's music teacher, Mr Chris, provided the musical accompaniment to the show, as well as introducing his Primary 3 recorder ensemble.(5) Early on, Anna teaches us how to craft sublime roast potatoes that would have Gary Rhodes chewing his toque, and a lemony sponge cake requiring nothing more than a dusting of sugar and a cup of strong coffee by way of accompaniment .(6) Add Pedja Muzijevic's elegant and supportive piano accompaniment , and this is a Winterreise that repays an attentive ear and a watchful eye.(7) The special live feature for her Opera House performance was the inclusion of a violin and cello accompaniment to Orton's sweet and distinctive voice.(8) This form of singing along with recorded orchestral accompaniment to popular songs began as entertainment in bars and has since spread overseas.(9) This means that instead of a flour-based gravy as accompaniment , pot-roast meat can be served with the cooking sauce that has miraculously thickened all by itself.(10) The menu also includes a range of meals popular with children and the focus is on meals that are in themselves complete and require no accompaniment , such as potatoes or rice.(11) Like a lot of instrumental guitar music, Man On Stilts comes across, at first, as music accompaniment for a '60s spaghetti western.(12) This is because when singing romances, a singer must rely only on his or her voice and the accompaniment of the piano and not on stage props.(13) For the most part, Tosti's songs were written for voice with piano accompaniment , and both Carreras and Heppner have been fortunate to work with sensitive arrangers.(14) The waiter did mention that this stew-like dish wasn't served with any accompaniment , and although it was satisfying I sort of missed rice or potatoes to round it out.(15) This is not necessarily a fault, as both composers saw the violin as an equal partner at best, and even described their earlier sonatas in this genre as works for piano with violin accompaniment .(16) The meat wasn't as moist as it might have been, and the brie blended in so well that I wondered if there was actually any present, but the sauce was a gloriously tart accompaniment and the sweet potato rosti was cooked perfectly.
1. backing ::
2. complement ::
3. concomitant ::
4. support ::
5. escort ::
Different Formsaccompaniment, accompaniments
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