concert definition

  • noun:
    • songs A performance written by one or more singers or instrumentalists or both.
    • Agreement in function, feeling, or action.
    • Unity accomplished by shared interaction of views, a few ideas, and views: acted in concert in the issue.
    • Concerted activity: "One feels among them an accumulation of gentleness and strength, a concert of energies” ( Vanity Fair).
    • Agreement in a design or program; union formed by shared communication of opinions and views; conformity in a scheme; harmony; multiple action.
    • Musical accordance or harmony; concord.
    • A musical activity where a few voices or tools participate.
    • contract in a design or plan; union formed by mutual communication of viewpoints and views; conformity in a scheme; balance; multiple action.
    • music accordance or harmony; concord.
    • A musical enjoyment in which a few voices or devices take part.
    • Agreement of two or more in a design or program; combo created by mutual communication of views and views; accordance in a scheme or enterprise; balance.
    • In songs: a couple of tools of the identical type, but of different sizes: as, a concert of viols. Additionally consort.
    • A public overall performance of music for which a number of singers or instrumentalists, or both, participate; especially, one out of that the system is made from detached numbers: also placed on the overall performance of an oratorio, yet not of an opera.
    • The harmonious combination of two or more sounds or instruments.
    • A concerto.
    • a performance of songs by players or singers not involving theatrical staging
  • verb-transitive:
    • To plan or arrange by shared arrangement.
    • to modify; settle.
    • To plan together; to stay or adjust by conference, arrangement, or assessment.
    • To plan; to create; to set up.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • To act collectively in harmony.
    • to do something in balance or conjunction; to make combined programs.
  • verb:
    • To prepare collectively; to stay or adjust by summit, agreement, or consultation.
    • To plan; to devise; to set up.
    • To act in balance or combination; to make combined programs.
    • contrive (a strategy) by shared agreement
    • settle by arrangement
  • others:
    • To contrive and arrange mutually; construct or adjust, as a strategy or system to be pursued, by meeting or contract.
    • To prepare; create.
    • In songs, to set up (an item of music) for many sounds or instruments.
    • [Through the noun show.] To sing-in show.
    • to behave in show: with with.

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