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* AccordionToMostSailors: Instruments from the accordion family associated with seafarers.

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* PlaylistSoundtrack: The game's soundtrack in an area or over an entire game is composed of multiple songs playing randomly one after the other like a playlist on shufffle.


* DiegeticSoundtrackUsage: The theme song is played, whistled or hummed in-universe.



* ThemeTuneCameo: The theme song is played, whistled or hummed in-universe.


* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: A SugarWiki entry for talking about music you find cool.

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* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: A SugarWiki [[SugarWiki/SweetExists Sugar Wiki]] entry for talking about music you find cool.


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* TickTockTune: Music with a ticking motif.

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* ChaosOfTheBells: When "Carol of the Bells" is used as a soundtrack to underscore suspense, action, and/or dread.


* AfricanChant: Background music in the jungle is accompanied by chanting in Swahili or Zulu.

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* AfricanChant: Background music in the jungle is accompanied by chanting in an African language (usually Swahili or Zulu.Zulu), or at least [[AsLongAsItSoundsForeign a mock-up thereof]].


* LettingTheAirOutOfTheBand: When the background music is no longer needed, it slowly fades out.

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* LettingTheAirOutOfTheBand: When the The background music is no longer needed, it slowly fades out.slows to a stop upon revealing something not so good.


* MassiveMultiplayerEnsembleNumber: A song that sums up the main characters.

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* MassiveMultiplayerEnsembleNumber: A song that sums up the attitudes of all the main characters.characters before a major event, sometimes with plenty of counterpoint.

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* SoundtrackLullaby: As someone is sleeping/falling asleep, the soundtrack plays a lullaby-like tune.

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* AvianFlute: The use of flutes and piccolos in imitation of birdsong.


* AvianFlute: The use of flutes and piccolos in imitation of birdsong.

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* AvianFlute: The use of flutes and piccolos in imitation of birdsong.

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* {{Sexophone}}: A saxophone solo is used to illustrate sensual or romantic scenes or characters.

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* FrenchAccordion: French settings are scored to the sounds of the accordion-based ''bal musette''.

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