- n. One who studies musicology
- n. a student of musicology
“(When I later call my musicologist friend to request that he dig out Janki's music, he is stunned when I tell him why).”
“The musicologist Ludwig von Köchel systematized, cataloged and published the musical output of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart—he's the "K" that denotes a particular Mozart composition.”
“FreedmanArt/Frank Stella /ARS 'K. 51' 2008 by Frank Stella Just as Kandinsky's painting was provoked by his experience of Moscow, Mr. Stella's wall-hung "Scarlatti K Series" was triggered by the harpsichord sonatas of Domenico Scarlatti and the writings of the U.S. 20th-century harpsichord virtuoso and musicologist Ralph Kirkpatrick, who made the sonatas widely known.”
“Surfing the edges of this story, I learned a nice bit of trivia: the first article to make it through the peer-review process of Nupedia, Wikipedia's expert-only ancestor, was musicologist Christoph Hust's entry for "Atonality.”
“But I know this guy Ric Menck, who plays drums with me laughs and he is a musicologist.”
“SV: Well, she writes songs, but her instincts are more like a musicologist.”
“This German musicologist, Dr. Alexander Berg, found me while I was out running around the world, and he said, Listen, I have an idea for you to consider.”
“His father was a musicologist and an outspoken opponent of the regime, who perished in one of Hitler's punishment battalions during World War II.”
“A musicologist could have done an archeology of sacred music just excavating the front seat.”
“Maazel chose to include 10 symphonies, all in editions by musicologist Leopold Nowak 1904-91.”
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