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  • n. The act of musicalizing


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  • There is a panel where they suggest what is needed for the film: in their case, they already succeeded in raising $2000, and now are requesting $10000 for post-production, editing, musicalization, etc.

    Global Voices in English » IndieGoGo: fundraising for independent film-makers

  • Nash's play lends itself so well to musicalization that it even had the then-obligatory secondary comic couple in it.

    Little Red Hat

  • This may sound like an endorsement of the popular-musicalization of classical music.

    Of Thee I Sing, Baby

  • (Check out the Davidsbündlertänze, an uncanny musicalization of a set of linked descriptive vignettes ... and I, at least, am convinced that the Eichendorff-Liederkreis is an embedded meta-narrative in the style of Schumann's favorite novelist, Jean Paul.)


  • In a way, it's a brilliant musicalization of the source material -- a "Broadway fugue" is the perfect musical equivalent of the stylized vernacular Damon Runyon used in the stories that inspired the musical.

    Baby, He's Gold Inside

  • The Samuel Taylor play it was based on -- which had been filmed in 1952 with Louis Jourdan and Charles Boyer -- was a good choice for musicalization, being adapted from charming bittersweet stories about a family in small-town Quebec.

    Archive 2007-11-01

  • I knew the musicalization of anything and everything in novel form would get out of hand someday.

    Atia vs Servilia

  • He wrote an unproduced musicalization of George Orwell's "1984," Mr. Reside noted, and some parts of "Rent" suggest concern with the way machines dehumanize relationships.

    NYT > Home Page

  • They took a brilliant film, one so historic, so iconic, so unsuspecting, so unlikely to be even glanced at for potential "musicalization" an actual word now in musical theater, and turned it into a musical.

    The Full Feed from

  • Shrew: The Musical, John R. Briggs and Dennis West's 1993 musicalization of the famed battle of the sexes between manly Petruchio (Joe Knezevich) and fiery Kate (Park Krausen).

    Creative Loafing Atlanta Feed


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