voice part


nounMusic.
  1. the melody or succession of tones for one of the voices or instruments in a harmonic or concerted composition.

Origin of voice part

1
First recorded in 1865–70

Words Nearby voice part

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How to use voice part in a sentence

  • Song-paper: three-stave score, two staves being braced for the piano part, with a third for the voice part.

    How to Write Music | Clement A. Harris
  • He flung up a hand to detain her, then poured out in a low voice part of the feeling pent up in him.

    Mavericks | William MacLeod Raine
  • The interest may be said to be mainly concentrated in the orchestra, the voice part being strictly declamatory.

    Masters of French Music | Arthur Hervey
  • He has had to learn it from a score which has only his voice part written in it.

  • I not only thought the voice part out of place, but in bad taste per se.

British Dictionary definitions for voice part

voice part

noun
  1. a melodic line written for the voice

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