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A
Adagio
Adelia
Afterbeat
Agogo
Alcina
Allegra
Alonso
Alzira
Amadis
Angélique 
Angsel
Antara
Anthem
Arco
Aria
Arietta
Arja
Armida 
Aroldo 
Arppeggio
Assai
Atabal
Attila
Avant-Garde
Ayre
B
Bacchus
Bach
Bachata
Bailaor
Bailaora
Baile 
Balady
Balafon
Ballad
Bandola
Bandora
Banjo
Baritone
Bassoon
Beethoven
Bénabar
Bina
Biserka
Blues
Bolerito
Bolero
Bomba
Boogie Man 
Boogie Woogie
Bossa Nova
Bourrée
Bouzouki
Brahms
Brass
Bravo
Brio
Bumba
C
Cabaret
Cabasa
Cabrette
Cacuriá
Cadence 
Cadency
Caja
Cajun
Cakewalk
Canzone
Cavatina
Calliope
Calypso
Camerata 
Camillo
Candomblé
Canon
Canso 
Cante
Canzone
Cappella 
Caprice
Carillon
Carimbó 
Carlos 
Carmen
Carol
Castrato
Cateretê
Catriona
Cecilia
Celesta
Cello
Cha Cha Cha
Chaconne
Chanson 
Chant 
Charango
Chauvin 
Chime
Choquella
Caprice
Charang
Charango
Charleston
Cher
Chico 
Chime
Choir
Chopin
Chops
Choral
Chorale
Ciranda
Ciro 
Clinker 
Cobza 
Composer
Concerto
Conga
Consonance
Contralto
Copacabana
Cornetto 
Crescendo
Crystal
Cuatro
Cymbal
D
Da Capo
D'Angelo
Daduk
Dancer
Dardanus
Didgeridoo
Diva
Dixie
Dizi 
Drimba
Drum
Dudy
Duf
Dulcimer
E
Echo
Eduardo
Elektra
Elvis
Embolador
Emmeleia
Encore
Ensemble
Envoy
Ernani
Esther 
Euphony
F
Fabio
Falsetto
Fanfare
Fantasia
Fantasy
Fidelio 
Fiddler
Figaro
Finale
Fioratura
Flamenco
Flute
Forró
Forte
Fortissimo
Foxtrot
Franco
François
Fugue
Fujara

G
Gaida
Gamba
Gasbah 
Gayda
Gazoo
Giocoso
Giusto
Glissando
Goblin
Gong
Grace
Gralla
Grazioso
Guiro 
H
Habanera
Halo
Harmonica
Harmony
Harper
Hondo
Honky Tonk
Hummel
I
Impromptu
Interlude
Intermezzo
Interval
Iolanta

J

Jaleika
Jaleos
Jarana 
Jazz
Jenufa 
Jig
Jondura
Jongo
Jota
Juba
K
Kalimba
Kantele
Kapelle
Kaval
Kawala
Kecak
Kena
Khaen 
Khim
Kora
Koto
Kultrun
Kyrie
L
Lali
Lambada
Ländler
Laud
Larghetto
Largo
Legato
Leggero
Legno
Lento
Liberace
Libretta
Libretto
Lojki 
Loreenzo
Luciano
Lullaby
Lundu 
Lute
Lyra 
Lyric
Lyrics
M
Maçarico
Macbeth
Macumba
Madama Butterfly
Madonna
Madrigal
Maestoso
Maestro
Magnificat
Major
Malagueña
Mandola
Mandolin
Manilow
Maracas
Marchinha
Marimba
Marimbas
Mario
Martino
Masada
Maurizio
Mavra
Mazeppa
Mazhar
Mazurka
Melisma
Melodeon
Mélodie
Melody
Mesto
Mezzo
Miguel
Minstrel
Minuet
Missa 
Mizmar
Monet
Motif
Moto
Motown
Mozart
Musette
Music 
Mustafa
N
Ngoma
Nonet
Note
Nutcracker
Nutka
O
Oberto
Oboe
Ocarina
Octave
Octet
Operetta
Opus
Oratorio
Otello
Overture
P
Paganini
Pahu 
Panchama
Pandeiro
Pantomime
Parisina
Partita
Passacaglia
Passion
Pastorale
Pavan
Pavarotti
Pénélope
Penny Whistle
Percussion
Phantom
Philharmonic
Pianissimo
Picado
Piccolo
Piffaro
Pinquillo 
Piolino
Pipa
Piper
Poco
Poesy
Polacca
Polka
Polonaise
Prelude
Presto
Prima Donna

Q
Quanoon
Quena
Quenacho
R
Ragtime
Rallentando
Ranchera
Raphael
Rebaba
Rebolo
Reed
Reggae
Renaissance
Requinto 
Rhapsody
Rhythm
Rienzi
Rigaudon
Rigoletto
Rik
Rinaldo
Ringo
Ritardando
Rococo
Rojok
Roma 
Ronador
Rondo
Rubato
Rumba
S
Sadko
Saga
Salome 
Salsa
Samatya
Samba
Sanduri
Santana
Santoor
Saptaka
Sarabande
Sarangi
Saz 
Scarlatti
Scherzo
Schubert
Sebastian
Selah
Senza
Serenade
Sérgio
Servilia 
Sestina
Shadja
Shahnai
Shaksha
Shakuhachi
Shamisen
Shanai
Shanewis 
Shania
Shanty
Shekere
Sheminith
Sheng
Sho
Siciliana
Siegfried
Signature
Sigurd 
Siku 
Sinatra
Siriá 
Sitar
Stiffelio
Solfeggio
Solo
Soloist 
Sonance
Sonata
Sonatina
Song
Songwriter
Sonnet 
Sonority
Soprano
Spinet
Stanza
Strauss
Stretto
Strings
Surdo
Swara
Symphony
T
Tabor 
Tabret
Taconeo
Taiko
Tala
Tambora
Tambourine
Tam-Tam
Tango
Tantan
Tanto
Tarantella
Tarkas
Tarota
Tatiana
Tempo
Tenor
Thérèse
Thungwa 
Tilinca 
Timba 
Timbrel
Timpani
Tinkle Bell
Tin Whistle
Tocaor
Toccata
Tombeau
Tosca
Treble
Tremolo
Trombita
Trumpet
Tuba
Tutti
Twang
Twist 
Tzeze
Tzoura
U/V
Verismo
Versity
Vielle
Vihuela
Villanella
Villanelle
Viola 
Virelai 
Virtuoso
Vivace
W
Waltz
Waylon
Whistler
Whitney
Windsong
X
Xangô
Xaxado
Xenia
Xirula
Y
Yodel
Z
Zaide 
Zaira 
Zampa 
Zampona
Zanetto
Zapateado
Zappa
Zeppelin
Zurna 

NAMES OF DANCES 

ALLEMANDE 
BEGUINE 
BERGAMASK 
BOLERO 
BOSSA-NOVA 
BOSTON 
BOURRÉE 
BRANSLE 
BUCK-AND-WING 
CABRIOLE 
CAKEWALK 
CANARY 
CANCAN 
CARIOCA 
CHA-CHA 
CHACONNE 
CINQUE-PACE 
CONGA 
CONTREDANSE 
COTILLION 
COURANTE 
CZARDAS 
DOPPIO 
DUCTIA
DUMP 
ESTAMPIE 
FANDANGO 
FARANDOLE 
FARRUCA 
FLAMENCO 
FOX-TROT 
GALLIARD 
GALOP 
GAVOTTE 
GIGUE
HABANERA 
HORA 
HORNPIPE 
HULA 
JIG 
JITTERBUG 
JIVE 
JUBA 
KAZACHOC 
KAZATZKA 
KETJAK 
KOLO 
LIMBO 
LINDY 
MALAGUENA 
MAMBO 
MATACHIN 
MAXIXE 
MAZURKA 
MERENGUE 
MINUET 
MORESCO 
MORRIS 
ONE-STEP 
PASSACAGLIA 
PASSEPIED 
PAVANE 
POLACCA 
POLKA 
POLONAISE 
QUADRILLE 
QUICKSTEP 
REEL 
RIGADOON 
ROUND 
ROUNDEL 
RUMBA 
SALTARELLO 
SAMBA 
SARABANDE 
SCHOTTISCHE 
SEGUIDILLA 
SHAG 
SHIMMY 
SHUFFLE 
STOMP 
STRATHSPEY 
TANGO 
TARANTELLA 
TORDION 
TRICOTEE 
TWIST 
TWO-STEP 
VARSOVIENNE 
VOLTA 
WALTZ 
ZAMACUECA 
ZAMBRA 
ZAPATEADO 
ZIGANKA 
ZOPPETTO 
ZOUK 

Courtly baroque dance in which the arms are interlaced 
Vigorous Caribbean dance
Country dance
Spanish dance with sudden pauses and sharp turns 
Brazilian dance similar to Samba 
Waltz-like dance
French baroque dance with quick rhythm
An old French follow-the-leader dance
Solo tap dance with many leg flings and leaps
Exuberant dance or caper
Prancing stage dance with backward tilt
Lively Renaissance courtly dance
French woman's dance involving high kicks while holding up front of skirt
Variation of the Samba
Fast rhythmic ballroom dance 
Spanish baroque dance in triple time 
Lively medieval dance with five steps
Afro-Congan dance performed by a group in a single line
Folk dance in which two lines of couples face each other
Elaborate ballroom dance with frequent changes of partner
Quick Italian baroque dance involving running steps 
Hungarian dance that increases in speed 
Double meter Renaissance dance step 
Vigorous stamping dance 
Obsolete English dance in 4/4 time
Vigorous rhythmic Provençal stamping dance
Lively Spanish dance performed by a couple
Lively Provencal dance in which men and women hold hands
Spanish gypsy dance with sudden tempo and mood changes
Vigorous rhythmic dance originating with Gypsies
Slow and complex ballroom dance
Sprightly Renaissance and Baroque dance
Lively double-time dance
Moderate tempo French peasant dance
Lively Baroque dance in triple time 
Slow and seductive Cuban dance
Circle dance 
Lively British folk dance
Sinuous Polynesian dance with rhythmic hip movements
Springy and sprightly dance 
Jazz dance featuring vigorous acrobatic feats
Fast dance done to jazz or swing music 
Dance with clapping and leg slapping performed by Southern blacks 
Slavic fast dance in which dancer squats and kicks out legs alternately
Slavic folk dance performed by a couple 
Traditional Balinese dance accompanied by male chorus 
Central European folk dance having a ring of dancers 
Dance of the West Indies where dancers pass under horizontal pole
Dance closely resembling the Jitterbug
Spanish dance performed by a couple, similar to the Fandango
Cuban ballroom dance resembling the Rumba or Cha-Cha 
Spanish ritualised sword-dance or battle dance
Brazilian ballroom dance resembling the Two-Step
Polish folk dance in moderate triple measure 
Caribbean ballroom dance in which feet are frequently dragged
Slow and stately Baroque dance in 3/4 time
A Moorish dance or Morris dance 
Vigorous English dance performed by costumed men
Ballroom dance marked by quick walking steps 
Slow solemn Italian or Spanish dance 
Breton dance resembling a quick minuet
Stately English Renaissance court dance 
Stately Polish dance; Polonaise
Lively Bohemian dance for a couple
Stately Polish dance of moderate tempo
Square dance for four couples 
Fast march-like dance
Lively dance of the Scottish Highlands
Lively Baroque period dance
Dance in a ring 
Anything circular; circle; disc; ring-dance
Cuban ballroom dance with pronounced hip movements
Lively Italian dance
Brazilian dance of African origin 
Stately Spanish Baroque court dance
Old polka-like round dance 
Spanish folk dance 
Dance where participants hop energetically on each foot in turn
Jazz dance featuring rapid shaking of the body
Dance featuring sliding or scraping of the feet 
Jazz dance featuring heavy stamping of the feet
Reel-like Scottish dance of moderate tempo
Latin-American ballroom dance with long pauses
Fast violent Italian folk dance
Renaissance dance similar to but slower than a Galliard
Lively old dance 
Dance featuring many gyrations of the hips
Ballroom dance with two main steps
Polka-like Polish dance
Old leaping dance
Ballroom dance in 3/4 time
Chilean dance where partners move around each other
Spanish dance 
Latin-American dance with rhythmic tapping of the feet
Russian country dance 
Medieval Italian limping hop dance 
Carribean disco dance

LINKS TO OTHER "MUSICAL" SITES

LIST OF FAMOUS FEMALE SINGERS
From Opera to Punk Rockers!

LIST OF FAMOUS MALE SINGERS
From Opera to Funk!

THE NAMES OF INSTRUMENTS AND VOICES
Lots here, in English, French, German, Italian, Russian, and Spanish 

SONG TITLES
About 9,000 to choose from. Delightful!

SONG TITLES
A catalogue of Song titles - use your imagination!

NAMES OF FAMOUS OPERAS
The list consists of the most famous and historically significant operas

DANCE NAMES DATABASE
Tremendous! Really pretty names .... with meanings!

NAMES FOR DANCERS AND OTHER GRACEFUL SOULS
A list of great names!

EARLY BLUES & JAZZ NAMES
Meanings and origins of names used in jazz, blues and hokum songs from the first half of the 20th Century, as well as names used by the musicians who wrote and performed this music.

MUSLIM NAMES IN JAZZ
Good list of real Muslim names related to Jazz

LIST OF BLUES MUSICIANS
Performers in the blues style range from primitive, one-chord Delta players to big bands to country music to rock and roll to classical music.

NAMES OF OPERAS
A huge list of some wonderful names.

WEIRD NAMES OF MUSIC PERFORMER'S CHILDREN 
You think your parents gave you a strange name? Try being born to a rock star. It seems like strange names are just part of what you have to put up with.

DANCE NAMES
Extensive list, with definitions

DANCE NAMES
Some really delightful names on this list!

OSCAR NIETO’S FLAMENCO GLOSSARY
Flamenco dance, music and cante glossary. Lots of lovely words that could be used as names!

FUN REPLACEMENT NAMES FOR BANDS
For example - Barenaked Ladies - Fullyclothed Men

BAND NAME MAKER
Does what it says, and it works pretty well.

RANDOM BAD BLUEGRASS BAND NAMER
You'll always be unique among bands with one of these names.

VIKING METAL BAND NAMES
Viking/Folk Metal bands, and names that pertain to Norse Mythology

FAKE BAND NAMES
A huge list of some fantastic names

DA REGGAE NAME GENERATOR
Dis page allows de get a real reggae name

ROCK 'N ROLL NAME GENERATOR
Great for Band Names

MEDIEVAL MUSIC GLOSSARY
A huge alphabetical list of words

NAMES OF MUSICAL FILMS
List of names of famous film musicals

COMPOSERS OF THE FOURTEENTH CENTURY
Huge alphabetical list

FLAMENCO GLOSSARY
A Flamenco glossary that describes words and phrases used. Many of the phrases and words are used at Juergas to spur the singers, guitarists and dancers along. 

NAMES OF FAMOUS CONDUCTORS
Long list of names of people who are famous as choral, orchestral or operatic conductors

THE RAP DICTIONARY
The Rap Dictionary is the oldest and ultimate resource for looking up hip-hop slang.

GLOSSARY OF LATIN MUSIC TERMS
This little Glossary is has some great words that could be used as names.

 

 

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