Both thrashers, the iPods of avians, able to store more than 3,000 tunes.
The “Computer Rock” tunes, with references to BASIC programming, were almost immediately rendered obsolete.
Most of the eleven tunes on Songs are absolutely drowning in effects.
When Guy answered affirmatively, the stranger brought Guy to his apartment to strum some tunes for his wife.
With music by Leonard Bernstein, this iconic show has tunes like “New York, New York,” that are part of American lore.
Most of these tunes retain their own hymns, but in Welsh translation.
We like a story all the better for having heard it two or three tunes before.
I have no music, so I have to learn the tunes myself before I come to school.
He had heard fragments of tunes and songs in the warm wind, which he knew had no existence.
Just as a man thinks a woman is stronger than a lion she tunes up and cries.
late 14c., "a musical sound, a succession of musical notes," unexplained variant of tone. Meaning "state of being in proper pitch" is from mid-15c.
"bring into a state of proper pitch," c.1500, from tune (n.). Non-musical meaning "to adjust an organ or receiver" is recorded from 1887. Verbal phrase tune in in reference to radio (later also TV) is recorded from 1913; figurative sense of "become aware" is recorded from 1926. Tune out "to eliminate radio reception" is recorded from 1908; figurative sense of "disregard, stop heeding" is from 1928. Related: Tuned; tuning.
Tobecome aware, au courant, involved, etc: Tune in, turn on, drop out (1960s+ Counterculture)