It is also prohibited to use these kinds of tunes while reciting The Holy Quran, supplications, etc. More than that based on obligatory precaution, other forms of speech, apart from the ones already mentioned, must also not be articulated in such a tune.
The exception of singing is the singing of women in weddings if it does not include another haram action like hitting the drums, using words of diversion(bāṭil), and the entrance of men on them (during this action) in a way that they hear women's voices which arouses sexual temptations. However, it is an obligational precaution not to consider this an exception.
It is Unobjectionable (it is permissible) to listen to what one has uncertainty about it being considered as haram singing or an unlawful tune.
As for music, whatever is considered suitable for entertainment and amusement gatherings - which is the case with musical instruments that give liveliness like the flute, lute, zither, guitar, and anything like them - is considered prohibited to listen to, use and make money by. Other than that such as military music and funeral music is under the ruling of an optional precaution to avoid.”