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  • adj. Of or pertaining to musicology

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  • adj. of or relating to musicology

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Examples

  • For years it merely lurked, a curiosity in musicological imagination - accruing stickiness when a reissue landed Slim Gaillard's "Chicken Rhythm" in my iPod (almost wrote 'I myPod', which sounds like a novel by Isaac Asimov) and a fortuitous shuffle placed it back-to-back with The Meters '"Chicken Strut".

    Fly, Fly Away

  • It has to do with what you might call the musicological counter-reformation — the reaction against the New Musicology and various other revisionist strains.

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  • Princeton University might have borrowed the rubric the Bard Music Festival uses for its composer explorations and called the musicological conference it held last weekend "Taruskin and His World."

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  • Set in the round inside a former Victorian market hall, the Icelandic singer's latest project – Biophilia – feels less like a traditional gig, and more of a demonstration of whizz-bang musicological ideas.

    Björk: Biophilia – review

  • There are a lot of great musicians out there, but my fear is that jazz is going to become some sort of musicological novelty music rather than a sustainable art form.

    Mike Ragogna: From Graceland To A Galaxy To Further Explorations: Chatting With Jeff Lorber And Eddie Gomez, Plus Paul Simon's Classic Turns 25

  • Today, we take a musicological stab at getting to the bottom of an enduring mystery: when exactly John H. Watson, M.D., late of the Army Medical Department, met Sherlock Holmes.

    A three pipe problem

  • Still no consensus, surprisingly enough — I thought after Ellen Harris's book the musicological world would be riled up enough to settle it once and for all.

    How vain is man, who boasts in fight

  • Now this is hardly the most musicological of topics, and as for lyrical content goes you might want to come back in a week.

    Readers recommend: songs with handclaps

  • Whatever the musicological arguments for or against a fortepiano may be in these works, it is fascinating to hear how the instrument changes the way the three viola da gamba sonatas and excerpts from "The Well-Tempered Clavier" sound.

    Album reviews: 17th century works for viola da gamba

  • Vanessa Agnew has recently been developing an ethno-musicological account of how this topic came to have such importance from about the time of Charles Burney's musical travel writing in the

    The 'Power of Sound' and the Great Scheme of Things: Wordsworth Listens to Wordsworth

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