Accompaniment
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British pronunciation/ɐkˈʌmpɐnˌɪmənt/
American pronunciation/əˈkəmpnimənt/, /əˈkəmpnɪmənt/
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the musical support provided by one or more instruments or voices to enhance or complement a soloist or main melody

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something that happens or is done alongside another activity or event

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any supporting or complementary element that enhances or completes something else

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During the recital, the cellist's expressive accompaniment provided a solid foundation for the violinist's virtuosic performance.
In the opera, the orchestra's lush accompaniment intensified the emotional impact of the soprano's aria.
The guitarist provided a rhythmic accompaniment to the singer's soulful rendition of the ballad.
The jazz pianist improvised a captivating accompaniment, seamlessly weaving intricate harmonies beneath the saxophonist's solo.
The choir director emphasized the importance of blending voices in the choral accompaniment to create a unified and harmonious sound.
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