Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Skill in musical composition or expression; musical acquirements.

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  • noun The skill of a musician or of a composer.

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  • noun artistry in performing music

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Examples

  • Although we fought all of her pushy efforts to foist her old-fashioned, haute-bourgeois culture on us, I would have to say, 40 years later, that my amateur classical musicianship is one of my greatest pleasures.

    Tales Out of School

  • Although we fought all of her pushy efforts to foist her old-fashioned, haute-bourgeois culture on us, I would have to say, 40 years later, that my amateur classical musicianship is one of my greatest pleasures.

    Tales Out of School

  • And the musicianship is so ingrained that it's inseparable from the fact of her: she's not "being" a gospel singer, she's not "being" a blues guitarist, she's at the point where she's just being.

    Ora labora

  • And the musicianship is so ingrained that it's inseparable from the fact of her: she's not "being" a gospel singer, she's not "being" a blues guitarist, she's at the point where she's just being.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • But that's part of the specialness of the place? the musicianship, which is of a supremely high level.

    The battle for Bayreuth

  • However, his musicianship has been a model for many pianists in various genres.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • However, his musicianship has been a model for many pianists in various genres.

    The Bill Evans Trio: “How Deep Is The Ocean?” (1965)

  • However, his musicianship has been a model for many pianists in various genres.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • However, his musicianship has been a model for many pianists in various genres.

    Bill Evans: “Someday My Prince Will Come” (1965)

  • To call their musicianship inadequate really doesn't capture the existential void that album represented.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

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