All entries of category 'music'

Vulcan English Description Category
a'rs'a dance [individual or mass] movement of one's body to accompanyment/music/rhythm/beat music
abralash treble relating to or having the highest part, voice, or range; high-pitched; shrill; high frequency sound; the highest part, voice, instrument, or range music
bling cymbal a percussion instrument consisting of a concave brass disk; makes a loud crashing sound when hit with a drumstick or when two are struck together; musical instrument music
dhahq sing to utter a series of words or sounds in musical tones; to vocalize songs or selections; music
Falor's Journey Falor's Journey a Vulcan folk song recounting the journey of enlightenment undertaken by the prosperous merchant, Falor; it contains 348 verses (VOY Innocence) music
fereikek synthesizer an electronic instrument, often played with a keyboard, that combines simple waveforms to produce more complex sounds, such as those of various other instruments music
ka'athyra stringed instrument stringed musical instrument like an electric harp; propped on the shoulder and sitting on the lap when playing; Spock played one music
kauvek quintet a composition for five voices or five instruments; a group of five singers or five instrumentalists music
kehek quartet a composition for four voices or four instruments; a group of four singers or four instrumentalists music
kep gong a rimmed metal disk that produces a loud, sonorous tone when struck with a padded mallet music
kolchak flute a high-pitched woodwind instrument consisting of a slender tube closed at one end with keys and finger holes music
kril-es harmony the study of the structure, progression, and relation of chords; simultaneous combination of notes in a chord music
kus-vakh bell a hollow metal musical instrument, usually cup-shaped with a flared opening, that emits a metallic tone when struck; a chime [VLI] music
kusek chime an apparatus for striking a bell or set of bells to produce a musical sound; small bells (noun) music
molu tone (sound) a musical interval of two semitones; a notation representing the pitch and duration of a musical sound ; (music) the distinctive property of a complex sound (a voice or noise or musical sound) music
neralash bass a low-pitched sound or tone; the tones in the lowest register of an instrument music
ply'muth stringed instrument a Vulcan stringed instrument; also known as a ka'athyra (Orion Press Lexicon) music
ralash-tanaf music the art of arranging sounds in time so as to produce a continuous, unified, and evocative composition, as through melody, harmony, rhythm, and timbre music
ryll stringed instrument also known as a ka'athyra music
shehek sextet a composition for six voices or six instruments; a group of six singers or six instrumentalists music
sil'es tuning fork a small two-pronged metal device that when struck produces a sound of fixed pitch that is used as a reference, as in tuning musical instruments music
stehek septet a composition for seven voices or seven instruments; a group of seven singers or seven instrumentalists; a group of seven music
t'kehsu quadruplet a group of four notes having the time value of three notes of the same kind music
tam dance an artistic form of nonverbal communication; taking a series of rhythmical steps (and movements) in time to music (VLI) (noun) music
tam-tor dance to move in a pattern; usually to musical accompaniment (VLI); movement of ones body to music (verb) music
tvelkau tune to put into proper pitch; to adopt or adjust, especially in order to bring into harmony (verb) music
uralau sing to utter a series of words or sounds in musical tones; to vocalize songs or selections (verb) (VLI) music
uralaun singing the act of singing vocal music music
vluhn drum drum; musical instrument; percussion instrument (noun) music

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