What is accompany?

Some articles on accompany:

Fish-drum
... This type of fish drum is used to accompany performers of changben or Chinese narrative ballads ... They would accompany their singing on a yugu drum ... It is also used as a drum to accompany cantonese opera ...
Tahrir Al-Wasilah - Content - Music
... It makes no difference whether it is used to accompany the holy word such as the Koran or prayer or as a dirge or to accompany prose or poetry ... Indeed, the penance is doubled when it is used to accompany the holy word such as the Koran or prayer or as a dirge or to accompany prose or poetry ...
Davul - Traditional Uses
... In Macedonia, tapans are most often used to accompany other instruments such as the zurla and gaida, while in Bulgaria they usually accompany gaida and gadulka ... In Romania and Moldova the toba is sometimes used to accompany dances ...
Skids (Transformers) - Transformers: Revenge of The Fallen - Movie Plot
... They then approach and accompany Bumblebee who rescues Sam Witwicky from Megatron and Starscream ... Mudflap and Skids then accompany Wheelie, Sam Witwicky and friends and in their search for the ancient Seeker Jetfire and is teleported with them to Egypt ... The twins then accompany Simmons and Leo into devising a plan to destroy the Sun Harvester ...
Kenneth Anger - Themes
... many of his films, heavy use is made of music, both classical and pop, to accompany the visual imagery ... He first used music to accompany visuals in the 1941 work Who Has Been Rocking My Dreamboat?, where he used tracks by the Mills Brothers ... His use of popular music to accompany his films has been cited as a key influence on the development of music videos and of MTV, although he has stated his dislike for the whole music video industry ...

More definitions of "accompany":

  • (verb): Go or travel along with.
    Example: "The nurse accompanied the old lady everywhere"

Famous quotes containing the word accompany:

    The ‘I think’ which Kant said must be able to accompany all my objects, is the ‘I breathe’ which actually does accompany them.
    William James (1842–1910)

    Parents who want a fresh point of view on their furniture are advised to drop down on all fours and accompany the nine or ten month old on his rounds. It is probably many years since you last studied the underside of a dining room chair. The ten month old will study this marvel with as much concentration and reverence as a tourist in the Cathedral of Chartres.
    Selma H. Fraiberg (20th century)

    Keep your hands clean and pure from the infamous vice of corruption, a vice so infamous that it degrades even the other vices that may accompany it. Accept no present whatever; let your character in that respect be transparent and without the least speck, for as avarice is the vilest and dirtiest vice in private, corruption is so in public life.
    Philip Dormer Stanhope, 4th Earl Chesterfield (1694–1773)