So you’ve bought Baby Names Book #12, but you still haven’t found the perfect name for your tiny tot.
Well, you need look no further than the world of music to find a uniquely melodious name.
Here are 26 names (all the way from A to Z) that will sound like music to your ears.
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26 Unique Baby Names Relating To Music (From A to Z!)
Finding its origins in the Latin word for air, Aria is the name given to a lengthy solo-performed piece.
The bell is a percussion instrument that dates back to the 3rd Millennium BC.
But bell could also be short for ‘Bella’, which is the Italian word for the name Beautiful.
A type of softer sounding piano that takes its name ‘Celeste’ from the French word for ‘Heavenly’.
This name comes from the medieval music scale, Dorian Mode.
Crafted from the Italian word elegy, Elegia is a musical piece that conveys a sense of melancholy.
A ‘Fermata’ is a musical notation indicating that a note or pause should be sustained for a time.
Germaine is the first name of the noted female French composer, Germaine Tailleferre.
A harmony is when multiple musical notes are played at the same time to make a beautiful sound.
One of the seven ancient Greek musical scales is the Ionian Mode.
Finding its African American roots in 19th century Blues music, Jazz originates from New Orleans in the USA.
A Kapelle is a choir or orchestra. The name originates from the German word for Chapel.
The name Lyra is derived from the Latin for Lyre (a type of small harp).
Melisma describes the vocal technique of singing multiple notes to a single syllable.
A Persian flute popularly used in Middle Eastern music.
A type of flute discovered in ancient cultures across the world.
The last name of the celebrated 17th century English composer, Henry Purcell.
A Quinte is a piece of music meant to be performed by five players.
A strip of material that helps produce sound on woodwind instruments such as Clarinets and Saxophones.
A sonato is a piece of music meant to be played – as opposed to being sung – by a performer.
A sonatina means a ‘short sonato’, or rather a short piece of music.
The last name of the English music composer, Thomas Tallis.
The Italian word for ‘Man’ is also the name given to a male soprano.
A stringed instrument from the Violin family.
The German name for the popular triple time ballroom dance music, the Waltz.
A well known musical percussion instrument.
Also, Xylophone could be pronounced as a shortened nickname of just ‘Xy’.
A traditional Chinese instrument made up of a set of tuned gongs.
Zingaresca / Zingaresco
Zingaresca for a girl, (or Zingaresco for a boy), this Italian name describes a type of gypsy melody.