Tune may refer to:
- A melody
- A tune-family
- To tune an instrument (Musical tuning)
- To tune a radio (Radio tuning)
- To tune a car (Car tuning)
- To tune an engine (Engine tuning)
- A tune (folk music), a short piece of instrumental music, usually with repeating sections, and often played a number of times
- British slang term, often said when referring to a piece of music that is enjoyed
- Tune, a village in Denmark
- Tune, a village in Norway
- Tune ship, a museum exhibition in Norway
- Tune Ventures, Malaysian investment company
- Tune, a Japanese fashion magazine
Other articles related to "tune":
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... In 2004, Robert Steadman arranged the tune for orchestra featuring an off-stage trumpet and a thumping, dance-music influenced finale ...
... is unknown, but it first appeared in print in 1816 as a violin tune ... Some writers have noted a similarity to the 17th century English tune Joan's Placket is Torn, which was mentioned by Samuel Pepys and is in John Playford's work, The Dancing Master ... A version of the tune as a reel, from the island of Whalsay goes by the name Jumping John ...
... slåttestev (tune-staves) are instrumental dancetune songs ... In Ireland, an equivalent would be The Rocky Road to Dublin, a tune which is both a dance-tune and a song ...
Famous quotes containing the word tune:
“School days, school days; dear old golden rule days.
Readin and ritin and rithmetic; taught to the tune of a hickry stick.”
—Will D. Cobb (18761930)
“If you will play from a copy of a tune that is choppy,
Youll get all my applause.”
—Irving Berlin (18881989)
“... our lives are like soap operas. We can go for months and not tune in to them, then six months later we look in and the same stuff is going on.”
—Jane Wagner (b. 1935)