i would think that it may be a belt slipping. since it only happens when the car is moving/acelerating. perhaps one of your belts is loose and when you accelerate since the pulley moves faster the belt start slipping .also the splash shield behind the brakes rotors sometimes bend and you get a squealing type metalic sound. if is more of a humming sound it may be a wheel bearing .
I've had that same problem. My first guess would be the alterator. but, save your self the trouble of taking it out by first taking your battery to an auto zone and let them test the cell for you, if your battery cell is bad, it doesnt matter how good your alternator is, it just wont hold a charge, period. if its not the battery, then its definitely the alternator. E Bishop. 89 prelude owner.
-BeltA belt running one of the various components of your vehicle may be loose or in need of replacing/adjustment. Sometimes they simply get wet, and other times the tension pulley is out of adjustment. They slip on the pulley and cause the squealing until they regain traction. (Belts may run AC, water pump, alternators, engine fans etc)
Overtures are typically the music heard before an opera begins. It contains all the themes from the opera that will be heard later. For example, Mozart's Overture to The Marriage of Figaro. During the Romantic Period, composers started writing Concert Overtures; music that was programmatic, but not identified to an opera. An example of a Concert Overture would be Tchaikovsky's 1812 Overture. Preludes, on the other hand, are introductions to the main body of music. During the Baroque Period, Bach wrote many "Prelude and Fugues." An overture could be considered a prelude since it is an introduction, but a prelude can't be an overture.
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