What is sung?

  • (noun): The imperial dynasty of China from 960 to 1279; noted for art and literature and philosophy.
    Synonyms: Sung dynasty, Song, Song dynasty
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Don't Forget Your Old Shipmates
... is a naval traditional song that was sung by sailors in the Napoleonic Era ... It is sung in the Wardroom scene in Master and Commander The Far Side of the World ... It is still sung aboard some surface combatant ships of the British Royal Navy ...
Gaana
... is characterised as a fastbeat song, with less emphasis on meaning, sung at a celebration ... Though the song sung doesn't have any meaning, there are a few unique signifiers of Gaana which include It should not have more than 4–5 words per line ... It must be sung at more than normal pace, so that words are not clear ...
Sung
... Sung may refer to several things The Song Dynasty, a dynasty of Ancient China ... The Korean family name Sung ... An family of East Asian typeface known as Ming or Sung (Song) ...
Kono Aozora Ni Yakusoku O - Music
... Chiisa na Brilliant" (小さなブリリアント, Chīsa na Buririanto?) was sung by Kaori and written by Chiyomaru Shikura and "Taiyō to Umi no Melody ... opening theme, "Kono Aozora ni Yakusoku o" (この青空に約束を?), was also sung by Kaori and the ending theme, "Aozora no Fantasia ...
What A Friend We Have In Jesus - In Asia
... In Indonesia, the hymn is known as "Yesus Kawan yang Sejati" and is sung in Indonesian or Batak (the indigenous language of North Sumatra) in Manado, Maluccan, and Protestant churches (around 6% of the population) ... In Hindi, the hymn is a very important song and is sung as "Yeshu kaisa dost pyara" ... Malayalam, the hymn as "Enthu Nallore sakhi Yesu" is sung to comfort and as an invitation to Christ ...

More definitions of "sung":

  • (adj): Using the voice in song.
    Synonyms: vocal

Famous quotes containing the word sung:

    When Britain first, at Heaven’s command,
    Arose from out the azure main,
    This was the charter of her land,
    And guardian angels sung the strain:
    Rule, Britannia! Britannia rules the waves!
    Britons never shall be slaves.
    James Thomson (1700–1748)

    I smiled at the speech you spoke,
    At your judgement that I heard:
    But I have not often smiled
    Since then, nor questioned since,
    Nor cared for corn-flowers wild,
    Nor sung with the singing bird.
    Christina Georgina Rossetti (1830–1894)

    We were uncertain whether the water floated the land, or the land held the water in its bosom. It was such a season, in short, as that in which one of our Concord poets sailed on its stream, and sung its quiet glories.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)