Names of things
SLUR, a mark in music connecting notes. 
Does a slur require us to sing the notes as one ?
SCALD, a singer or poet among the Scandinavians.
WALTZ, a kind of dance ; a kind of music
BARD, a song ; a composer and singer of songs.
PIBROCH, a wild kind of music performed on the bagpipes.
QUAVER, a thrill ; a musical shake or vibration.
ARTist, one skilled in art, as poetry, music, painting.
--ic, ical, ically--
PAINT, a substance that colors.
GRAver, one who cuts letters or figures on wood or metal ; a tool.
En--, one who cuts into wood or metal.
MEDALLION, a large medal.
CLEF, a character used on a staff of music.
RONDO, a kind of poetry or music that turns upon itself.
LAY, a plaint.
BISter, a dark brown pigment.
BALLAD, a simple story.
-- -maker, -singer--
MADRIGAL, a love-poem.
CRAYON, a kind of pencil.
SCROLL, a spiral ornament.
LUTE, a stringed instrument.
FIFE, a small pipe used as a wind instrument.
LYRE, a stringed instrument.
ART, strength ; the practice of human skill.
POET, one who makes or creates ; the author of a poem.
--ry, thing made by a poet ; a composition in verse. --ic, ical, ically--
SCULptor, one who carves on wood or stone.
--ture--, the thing sculptured ; art of carving on wood or stone.
PICTURE, that which is painted ; a representation in colors.
MUsic, an agreeable combination of sounds
--al, ally, ian--
ORGAN, the largest of wind instruments of music.
CymBAL, a dish-like instrument of music, played by striking two of them together.
DisSONAnce, discord of sounds.
ConSONAnce, concord of sounds.
ReSONAnce, a return of sound ; resounding.
ConcORD, an agreement of sounds.
DiscORD, a disagreement of sounds.
ImprESSion, a mark ; stamp ; edition of a book.
PerSPECTive, seeing through ; pertaining to distance in pictures.
ODE, an irregular poem.
EPIC, a poem having a great hero for its subject.
POEM, a composition in musical language or verse.
STYLE, the mode of art.
HARMONY, agreement of sounds.
MELODY, the sweetness of song ; a succession of sweet sounds.
PIGMENT, a paint.
DRAMA, a poem representing a picture of life which is acted.
--tic, tical, tically--
COMEDY, a village song ; a dramatic poem representing the laughable passions.
ELEGY, a complaint ; a sorrowful poem.
TRAGEDY, the great song ; a dramatic poem representing great actors.
MELODY, a honey-song ; a succession of sweet sounds.
from: Hand-Book of the Engrafted Words of the English Language, Embracing the Choice Gothic, Celtic, French, Latin, and Greek Words on the Basis of the Hand-Book of the Anglo-Saxon Root-Words. By a literary Association. (The American System of Education) New York, London: Appleton, 1854
 Mus. Bindung, Bindebogen; legato; ... verwischen, verschleifen; Undeutlichkeit, Genuschel