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mul f
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fr cantor (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
it cromatico (a)
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eo plennoto (n)
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it oboista (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
ro muzicuță (n)
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fr sixte (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
sv föredra (v)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr taïsene (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
la cantor (n)
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fr inganno (n)
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fr sacqueboute (n)
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fr country (n)
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fr haute contre (n)
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fr fugato (n)
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en dub (n)
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fr sol majeur (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
eo komponisto (n)
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fr concussion (n)
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eo sesteto (n)
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pt balada (n)
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fr unisson (n)
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fr drone (n)
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fr r b (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
cu гѫсти (v)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
krc къыл (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
sv armera (v)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
eo dekresĉendo (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr glissando (n)
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fr figuralisme (n)
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fr relative (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
cs ansámbl (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr danyen (n)
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fr la majeur (n)
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sl falzet (n)
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sv ackordion (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
en cantor (n)
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fr a cappella (r)
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pt pauta (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr cantilène (n)
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fr ennéacorde (n)
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it opera (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
sv anslag (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
da saxofon (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
nl gedragen (a)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
el τραγουδι (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
ar ال عود (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
es cuarta (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
en pitch (n)
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fr double (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr triller (v)
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fr porte vent (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
mn төгөлдөр хуур (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
la tibia (n)
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fr touchya (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
en upright piano (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
zh 歌词 (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
vi êm ái (a)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr raï’n’b (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr transpositeur (a)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
ms dawai (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr bozuq (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
la spiritus (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr élever le ton (v)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr fanfare (n)
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nl aïs (n)
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eo sabeko (n)
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nl hoorn (n)
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fr tempéré (a)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr label (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
sl kvinta (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
la tonus (n)
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fr intermezzo (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
de blockflöte (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr canard (n)
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it do (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr bangu (n)
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cs premiéra (n)
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fr basse (n)
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fr inharmonicité (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
sv skivbolag (n)
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de gitarrenspieler (n)
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eo terceto (n)
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en c (n)
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fr noter (v)
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it pistone (n)
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nl afgezaagd deuntje (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
la nablium (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr muser (v)
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fr archiviole (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
mul d
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eo kvaronnoto (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
oc carlamusaire (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr coda (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr contre sujet (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr médium (n)
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fr contraténore (n)
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fr vihuela (n)
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fr à défaut (n)
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fr trikitixa (n)
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en chorale (n)
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pt maraca (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
akz ochonapofilka (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
eo bekvadrato (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
sl barkarola (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr archet baroque (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr mégamix (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr quadrivoque (a)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
bg импровизация (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
ca metall (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr mélodiste (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
nl stemming (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr climax (n)
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en do (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr concerto (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
wa muzike (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
zh 薩克斯風 (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr demi ton (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
sl električna kitara (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
la cantio (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr double main (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
en norteño (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr ghaïta (n)
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fr à fleur de corde (r)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr rallentando (n)
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es balada (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr éclisse (n)
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tk aýdym (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr duo (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
th แซกโซโฟน (n)
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nl stemhamer (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
pro cithola (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
it duetto (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr bâton de pluie (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
nl gehoor (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
nl stapel (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
en musical instrument digital interface (n)
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fr sostenuto (n)
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fr majeur (a)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
br fleüt (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr bœuf (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr contre fugue (n)
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pt cantor (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr rapper (v)
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en big band (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
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fr dj (n)
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sv kadens (n)
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ja ブレイクビーツ (n)
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et orkestreering (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
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fr tempo (n)
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fr septuor (n)
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fr pas redoublé (n)
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nl stretta (n)
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nl tempo (n)
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fr saqueboute (n)
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it basso (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
en drum (n)
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fro organ (n)
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fr crescendo (r)
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fr verrillon (n)
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fr basse de viole (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr mélodie (n)
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fr raccord (n)
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fr rythme (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr guitare électrique (n)
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ko (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr hydraule (n)
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fr do majeur (n)
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fr cimbal (n)
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fr cheville (n)
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fr hang (n)
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fr dutaer (n)
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fr lituus (n)
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fr hyperphrygien (a)
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fr éolien (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr débiter (v)
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et muusikakeskus (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
cs kulisa (n)
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eo antifono (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
it jazz (n)
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es serenata (n)
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sv flöjt (n)
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pro simbol (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
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sl harmonika (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr atonalité (n)
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cs opereta (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
ro saxofon (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr solinote (a)
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cs sólo (n)
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eo humoresko (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr vielle à roue (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
oma žąbágize (v)
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mul 𝄢
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vi đối (v)
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eo falseto (n)
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de serenade (n)
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fr cis (n)
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it oboe (n)
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mul 𝅘𝅥
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la superius (n)
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it coro (n)
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cs pět (v)
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oc arpar (v)
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ja (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
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vi kép (n)
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de sekunde (n)
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fr instrumentation (n)
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mul a
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
la monodia (n)
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cs dumka (n)
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en crescendo (n)
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fr haut (n)
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sl dude (n)
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fr cartello (n)
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hu dal (n)
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eo ŝalmo (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
it lento (n)
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en unison (n)
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fr phrasé (a)
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fr tourne (n)
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mul fff
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eo drumo (n)
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vi toàn bộ (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
sv kör (n)
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oc calamelaire (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr forte (r)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
it bidofono (n)
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fr violoncelliste (n)
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cs nokturno (n)
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ja (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
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crh yır (n)
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mul 𝅘𝅥𝅮
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fi viulunrakentaja (n)
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cs intermezzo (n)
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cs melodický (a)
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ko (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
eu txistu (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr cor anglais (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fro macequote (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
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io balado (n)
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es piano (r)
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fr yéyé (n)
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fr sol (n)
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mul 𝄞
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ro tobă (n)
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cs dechový (a)
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ug نەي (n)
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fr ttakuna (n)
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tk tar (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
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pro cor (n)
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es salsa (n)
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la vox (n)
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es lutier (n)
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fi oboe (n)
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eo harmonio (n)
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et rändlaul (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
de woo (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
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cs kytara (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
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sl flavtist (n)
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sl činela (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr blind test (n)
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it flautista (n)
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de bogen (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
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mul pp
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
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cs pochod (n)
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pap saksofon (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr dodécacorde (n)
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fr registration (n)
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fr intonation (n)
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ca llaüt (n)
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fr gambiste (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
es ópera (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
fr syncoper (v)
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fr dutôr (n)
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fr tonique (n)
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pro lahut (n)
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fr vounei (n)
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fr phrasé (n)
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fr naturel (a)
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cs stupnice (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
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fr nuance (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
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eu denbora (n)
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ca tango (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
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cs úd (n)
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fr musique Source: French Wiktionary
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ja 和声法 (n)
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cs sólista (n)
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oc tamboraire (n)
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lt opera (n)
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cu гѫсли (n)
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cs opera (n)
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vi ca khúc (n)
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kk бас (n)
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cs zpěv (n)
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ja (n)
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cs žestě (n)
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