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Music a subordinate part for an instrument, voices, or an orchestra

accompaniment

A decoration added to a building with the intention of enhancing its appearance.
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The experiments Mozer reports are with single-voice melodies, some with harmonic accompaniment in the form of chord progressions.
Some research showed that children sing better with melodic replication or traditional tonal harmonic accompaniment than with either chromatic or dissonant harmonic accompaniment (Stauffer, 1985; Sterling, 1984).
See Figure 6) It is surprising that a simple folk tune can transform into such a refined style along with the modern harmonic accompaniment.