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“musico," a man with a guitar and a belt-mounted amplifier who wandered among the tables in the dining room, singing sorrowful Mexican folk songs.”
“Carlo Boccadoro's Ritratto di musico conjured the perpetual motion of the fifth, with lubricious brass slides and busy timpani work.”
“Debateu-se e ainda se bate muito sobre esse jovem musico.”
“Julian Baggini's report this week, on the 12-note scales and assorted musico-mathematical symbology recently discovered in Plato's manuscripts, was fascinating.”
“My Rocky-Mountain high-Science hometown has its sci-musico types, too.”
“Also, I've found it difficult to separate the experience of listening to his music from his musico-political persona - his apparent role as high priest of minimalism and "accessibility" (a position which, I think tellingly, Reich, Glass, and Andriessen never accepted) and USA composer laureate (exhibit A; the hoards of big league awards that he has been reaping of late).”
“(For a musico-sociological analysis, I refer the reader to the album “Different Class,” by the band Pulp.) jonnybutter Says:”
“Kap10Kurt è un programmatore e musico elettronico niugliorchese, di origini svizzere.”
“Brainbug è una formazione di musica dance proveniente da Venezia e guidata dal musico Alberto Bertapelle.”
“Meehan was aware of the book's musico-dramatic potential from the start.”
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