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- adv. in a musicological way
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- adv. with respect to musicology
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Indeed, musicologically, Stimmung is linked to tuning and pitch: one is attuned to the world firstly and mostly through moods.
But should we allow the fact that one can study Christmas scientifically, sociologically, historically and musicologically - and find no actual literal magic therein - lead us to give up "believing in" and more importantly practicing Christmas?
I can break it down musicologically on any Beatle's song about why they're so great, but not in this forum.
My lyrics, some written as long as twenty years earlier, would now explode musicologically like an ice cloud.
The function of musicology in a University is not only to produce more musicologists but to produce more professional musicologists but to produce a more musicologically-informed body of musicians and audiences.
That's the other thing about Bach - you can hear the complexity, even if you can't parse it musicologically, but you can also just let it wash over you like some crazy romantic symphony.
I’m not sure if this is musicologically valid I certainly can ` t find “excessive vamping” in my copy of Grove’s Dictionary and it seems almost impossible to prevent the engine’s suggestions from straying wildly from my initial input.
Divinités du Styx, "since this performance substitutes a no doubt musicologically superior rendering of the first line of the aria.