Definition of soundscape in English:

soundscape

Syllabification: sound·scape
Pronunciation: /ˈsoun(d)skāp
 
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noun

1A piece of music considered in terms of its component sounds: his lush keyboard soundscapes
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  • Noted for her urgent and colorful soundscapes, Thomas's music in all forms continues to receive accolades from performers and audiences alike.
  • This stuff on here is not happy and cheery, there is clearly an element of menace mixed among the flowing melodies and lush soundscapes.
  • Utilizing a soundscape, traditional music, vocalizations and projections, this two-part work explores the interdependency of community and individuality.
1.1The sounds heard in a particular location, considered as a whole: institutions concerned with the world soundscape as an ecologically balanced entity

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