Oxford Dictionary of Music

Oxford Dictionary of Music

By MobiSystems, Inc.

  • Category: Music
  • Release Date: 2014-11-15
  • Current Version: 10.0.11
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 76.81 MB
  • Developer: MobiSystems, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.0 or later.
Score: 3.5
3.5
From 38 Ratings

Description

Containing 5,000 entries on composers, most of which include up-to-date worklists, The Oxford Dictionary of Music also provides entries on conductors, performers, directors, critics, producers and designers of international repute, writers and scholars. Entries also cover musical terms and forms, individual works (like operas and ballets), orchestras and companies from around the world, famous opera houses, concert-halls and musical festivals. Included are musical terms, styles and forms ranging from operatic, vocal, and film scores, to song cycles, chamber, hymns, barbershop and oratorios. Covered are general themes like musicology, acoustics, absolute pitch and historical periods such as the Byzantine era. A wide range of musical instruments is included - from the familiar strings, wind and brass to the less familiar aeolian harp, bamboula and sackbut. LATEST APP UPDАТES:  • Learn in style with any of the four colorful new themes – The colorful layout will turn your learning experience into an enjoyable routine. Customize your dictionary and benefit from the cheerful mood your favorite color brings you.  • Dive right into the intricacies of the language - With new and convenient Home page, sleeker and more intuitive visual layout, as well as innovations in the speed of searches, you can get to the desired entry faster than ever.  • Translate and learn as you speak by using Talk & Translate – Use the speech recognition & text-to-speech app by downloading it for Free from the App Store. The great synergy between the two apps will be there to help you optimize your studies. SEARCH TOOLS - quickly find words with the clear, functional, and easy-to-use interface. Designed to provide the most comprehensive search experience, the dictionary combines several search tools to match or predict what are you looking for, including:  • Search autocomplete helps you find words quickly by displaying predictions as you type.  • Keyword lookup allows you to search within compound words and phrases.  • Camera search looks up words in the camera viewfinder and displays results in seconds.  • Voice search helps you find an entry when you don’t know how a word is spelled. Looking for a specific word but don't know how it's spelled? We've got you covered with our automatic ‘Fuzzy filter’ to correct word spelling, as well as ‘Wild card’ ('*' or '?') to replace a letter or entire parts of a word. LEARNING TOOLS - engaging features that help you further enhance your vocabulary. Designed to give you freedom to structure your studies, the dictionary combines several learning tools to help you be more organized, including:  • ‘Favorites’ that allow you to create custom folders with lists of words.  • Recent list which helps you to easily review looked-up words.  • Swipe-to-delete functionality in the Recent and Favorites menus.  • Word-of-the-day option to teach you a new word every day. Feel excited by the new word or definition you just learned? Share your discovery with friends on social media, email or any other option available on your device.

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Reviews

  • Oxford music

    5
    By The Eyenerd
    Wonderful resource
  • Oxford dictionary of music app

    1
    By chatulphite
    As there seems to be no way to get upgrades the app is severely limited in its future usefulness chatul2341564phite@icloud. com
  • Not A Music Dictionary

    2
    By SaidItTwice
    It does not contain the words double-crow or bocal. It does not appear to contain more musical terms than their main dictionary, so it was a waste of my money buying this in addition to the main dictionary. Their word of the day is usually an obscure person that is pointless to know, or a musical term so basic as to be a waste of time. In my opinion it is not really a music dictionary at all. My desire, music terms not music history.
  • Excellent App

    5
    By JSK67
    I have the physical version of this reference book, and it appears to have all the information the other does. As with all the Oxford products I have purchased, it is very well done. Full of music history, and even delving into music itself though not in great detail. It is an excellent source of info on composers. Brief, yet concise. I found it an excellent companion when going thru my music history course. My only gripe was that I had purchased this on an earlier platform and was subsequently discontinued so had to purchase again. Still, well worth the investment!
  • My Go To Source for Music Terms

    4
    By PHD-NYC
    This resource never lets me down. Perfect for musicians, music students and everyone who loves music. DHP
  • Oxford Music

    5
    By Muszeek
    Great app!
  • Oxford Dictionary of music

    4
    By sebhorn
    It’s excellent. I do wish there were a pronunciation feature (sound). I love the word of the day.
  • Lacks a great deal of information

    1
    By Brian Kemble
    Here is an example of common terms you will either find misleading information or no information on. Dolce - apparently doesn’t mean sweetly, this app thinks you mean a part of an organ. Leggiero is not a term in this book. It seems as if everything I try to search comes up for with no information or poor information. I expected something akin to the online oxford dictionary which is wonderful. This app is a terrible waste of your money. Do not purchase if you have any musical training whatsoever. Just use google......
  • Probably an Ok app...

    1
    By David Xenakis
    There is no easy to turn off Word of the Day notifications, so there is always a flash on the app's icon. I'm NOT going to be forced to Invite Friends by anybody's app. I'd like to keep this app, but am going to trash it. This company's policies with its apps are unforgivable.
  • Worthless

    1
    By Lowbrass77
    Worthless app. I was fooled by the marketing. Should have know. There are NO musical terms as used in classical music scores. None. I want a refund.

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