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Example sentences for accompaniment

During the quietest part of the second movement, a crow cawed in primal accompaniment.
The accompaniment for it blended recorded music with live music by the company's chorus and instrumentalists.
The crowd stood and sang in accompaniment to the music.
The long jump was performed with weights, to the accompaniment of flute music.
In our music, accompaniment to singing does not mean a harmonic background to vocal melody, but a partnership in patterns.
The personalized service is a great accompaniment to exciting live music.
Accompaniment is an important part of the flatfoot dance.
The table has a built-in amplifier and speakers, and even provides background accompaniment from its digital memory.
It may mark the recurrence of a period of increased sun spots, with the invariable accompaniment of increased solar radiation.
Chill, if desired, and serve as an appetizer with tortilla chips or as a topping or accompaniment for any dish.
The dish requires nothing more than a big green salad as accompaniment.
The development of rioting as an adjunct and accompaniment of the street car strike is an interesting phenomenon.
Grilling whole gourmet mushrooms as an accompaniment is a good way to keep all the cooking outside.
In this lesson, students explore the way poetry's unique rhythms can be further enhanced by musical accompaniment.
Witherspoon has accompaniment that is particularly notable.
In the opening andante, a tender, songful melody is spun over a rippling accompaniment.
Choose one accompaniment for each cheese, and serve crackers and toasted sliced bread on the side.
The sauce, reminiscent of deviled eggs, makes an elegant accompaniment for asparagus.
Somehow that seemed the perfect accompaniment for this column, and it took me a moment to realize the joke.
Working without piano or any other accompaniment, the singers took the roof off the church.
They consumed the other two, however, to the accompaniment of a higher-pitched piano piece.
Because that's always been my song-writing accompaniment: nature.
Post a description of the accompaniment you seek and what you're willing to pay.
The arrangements were acoustic and the accompaniment was simple, based on the piano, guitar and accordion.
Grinning from ear to ear, they charmed us with folk-ditties, fulsome harmonies and foot-stomping accompaniment.
To many people there is lack of solemnity in a service outside of a church and lacking the accompaniment of the organ.
The songs are sung by students to the accompaniment of a somewhat agonizing band-Times.
Her simple spaghetti with lemony seared scallops would be a good accompaniment to the salad.
It is the white bread of condiments, an inoffensive accompaniment to more flavorful fare.
But she had a lusciously capable voice, a unique sense of melody, and a percussive style at the piano-her main accompaniment.
She plays a little with the melody as strings and guitar join the accompaniment.
Self-guided and guided options combine some of the best sights in the country with the accompaniment of exercise.
The vast majority of the seating remains outdoors upon picnic tables, often times with live musical accompaniment.
Five-course meals are served on dinner cruises, and live musicians provide accompaniment for candlelight dancing.
It is primarily a sushi joint with a popular spicy hot pot accompaniment.
Every night a laser show is projected onto the carvings with musical accompaniment.
They shout terribly-always, as usual, about things of no importance and it is difficult to write to such an accompaniment.
The railways were and remain the necessary and natural accompaniment to the emergence of civil society.
Tagliatelle is a wide pasta known as the perfect accompaniment for any hearty sauce.
When serving the spiced-pumpkin souffl├ęs, don't forget this warm accompaniment.
The work is scored for piano and cello accompaniment.
Examples of volunteerism include crisis counseling, court accompaniment, and providing emotional and material comfort.

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