vowel system, words, interpreter, statement, phonation, enunciation, vocalism, verbalization, vocalisation, part, discourse, voicing, utterance, spokesperson, expression, vox, representative, articulation, talk
music (part of speech: noun)
concert, arrangement, ballad, air, ballet, hymn, chorus, music, carol, composition, melody, ditty, lullaby, instrumental, psalm, bebop, syncopation, lyric, symphony, quartet, harmony, song, jazz, sonata, blues, serenade, concerto, aria, tune, score
speech (part of speech: noun)
dialog, patter, speech, remark, talking, dialect, chitchat, oral communication, speaking, allocution, spoken word, elocution, oration, discussion, chat, prattle, circumlocution, report, locution, debate, jabbering, voice, chattering, babbling, recitation
- Melba is not a great actress; she holds her audience entranced with her marvellous vocalization, and her greatest triumphs have always been in those operas which make the smallest demands upon the dramatic powers of the singer. - "Famous Singers of To-day and Yesterday", Henry C. Lahee.
- The fact is that they learned the art of vocalization, while many who have come before the public as Wagnerian singers have been practically ignorant of the first principles of voice production. - "Famous Singers of To-day and Yesterday", Henry C. Lahee.
- This partition plays a most important part in vocalization. - "The Mechanism of the Human Voice", Emil Behnke.