NounAccompaniment (plural Accompaniments)
- That which gives support or adds to the background in music, or adds for ornamentation.
- That which accompanies; something that attends as a circumstance, or which is added to give greater completeness to the principal thing, or by way of ornament, or for the sake of symmetry.
- (music) A part performed by instruments, accompanying another part or parts performed by voices; the subordinate part, or parts, accompanying the voice or a principal instrument; also, the harmony of a figured bass.
Adjectives for Accompaniment
regrettable; picturesque; harmonic; supernatural; deprecatory; violent; aesthetic; invariable; undulating; confused; fearful; running; pleasurable; inharmonious; unsuitable; inevitable; throbbing; spirited; vague; faint; discordant; splendid; sinister; satiric,verdant; fiendish; bewitching; fitting; orchestral; indispensable; competent; riotous; listless; unhappy; staccato.
accession; accessory; accordance; addenda; addendum; additament; addition; additive; additory; additum; adjunct; adjuvant; agreement; alliance; alto; annex; annexation; appanage; appendage; appendant; appurtenance; appurtenant; association; attachment; augment; augmentation; baritone; bass; basso continuo; basso ostinato; bassus; cahoots; canto; cantus; cantus figuratus; cantus planus; co-working; coaction; coda; coetaneity; coetaneousness; coevalneity; coevalness; coexistence; coincidence; collaboration; collectivity; collusion; combination; combined effort; complement; concert; concerted action; concomitance; concomitant; concordance; concourse; concurrence; confluence; conjunction; consilience; conspiracy; contemporaneity; contemporaneousness; continuation; continuo; contralto; cooperation; corollary; correspondence; descant; drone; extension; extrapolation; figured bass; fixture; ground bass; increase; increment; isochronism; junction; line; offshoot; parasitism; part; pendant; plain chant; plain song; prick song; reinforcement; saprophytism; side effect; side issue; simultaneity; soprano; supplement; symbiosis; synchronism; synchronization; synergy; tailpiece; tenor; thorough bass; treble; undergirding; undersong; union; unison; united action; voice; voice part