set to music

VERB
  1. write (music) for (a text)
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How To Use set to music In A Sentence

  • The freestyle competition set to music that decides the individual dressage medals. Times, Sunday Times
  • [1] I have this moment an invitation to supper and an order for 3 'Hannahs' — I hope to get Rover printed and then to advertize the 2 together, they will also be included with the poems with a notice of their being set to music &c Letter 50
  • There will be performed a serenata called Chariottenburg Festegiante set to music by HM the King of Prussia.
  • The montage is set to music and runs for about three and a half minutes.
  • Sadly after “Spider and Tulip” he did a sort of Fantasia short set to music that was beautiful but underbudgeted and not what a post war audience found commercial and then he did some more conventional talking animal shorts in the late 40s and left animation by the early 1950s. The First Anime Film: Momotaro’s Divine Sea Warriors » Fanboy.com
  • Although some carols can trace their roots back to the early 16th century, the winner was set to music less than 100 years ago.
  • A gag reel of the stars flubbing their lines is set to music and is actually funnier than the film (which isn't saying much).
  • It is the Word of God set to music - its constant gentle repetitive quality allows deep contemplation and prayer on the sentiments that it expresses.
  • An opera is a play set to music.
  • Of the Italian poetic forms set to music the barzelletta sonnet and canzone. Archive 2009-06-01
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