Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A set of shelves, compartments, or drawers for holding music, whether bound or in sheet form.
- n. A roll, folio, or cover for carrying music, especially sheet music. Also called music-roll, music-folio, etc.
- n. A printers' case or tray fitted with partitions for music-types.
“He strapped his music-case on to the carrier of his bicycle.”
“When I give my recital you shall have a seat in the front row," Diana promised, as she picked up her gloves and music-case.”
“Diana gathered up her songs and slowly dropped them into her music-case, while Baroni stared at her with a puzzled, brooding look in his eyes.”
“Now and again people pass: a woman of the slums in a dirty apron, her head wrapped in a grey shawl; two girls in waterproofs, trim and alert notwithstanding the inclement weather, one with a music-case under her arm.”
“He was always dressed in the same fashion, and carried a black music-case under his arm.”
“But here she shook her head with the air of a sphinx, and, leaving her sentence unfinished, took up her music-case and went to practise.”
“Bess, greatly thrilled, turned up next afternoon with her violin and music-case, and when classes were over they walked across to the Abbey.”
“At that moment Ulyth, with her music-case, entered the room.”
“In a moment she had picked up her bouquet of roses and her music-case, and was back in the green drawing-room.”
“At last, after I had endured a meal with them, and was come very near the point of appealing for an interview before her aunt, she went and stood by the music-case, and picking out a tune, sang to it on a high key - "He that will not when he may, When he will he shall have nay.”
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