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- n. The skill of a musician or of a composer.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Skill in musical composition or expression; musical acquirements.
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- n. artistry in performing music
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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.
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.
But that's part of the specialness of the place? the musicianship, which is of a supremely high level.
However, his musicianship has been a model for many pianists in various genres.
To call their musicianship inadequate really doesn't capture the existential void that album represented.
You can tell the musicianship is a lot better on the second album.
Now, their musicianship is not the musicianship I was raised with - that is, the idea of musicianship that was instilled in me.
Their sound was unique, their musicianship was a breath of fresh air which means they actually played musical instruments as opposed to the Britney Spears of the world who just wear virtually nothing and jiggle a lot…not that there isn’t a market for that, obviously and sitting in the audience, I couldn’t help clapping along with the Chicks like a three year-old at a Wiggles live show.
At the end of the show, people were coming up to us and saying how refreshing it was to see that kind of musicianship, and also to see a metal band have the balls to play a hip-hop show.
However the two live tracks also show that this band has the kind of musicianship that is always ready to spread out and get creative.