musicologically love



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  • adv. in a musicological way

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • 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.

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  • 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?

    Opposing Fundamentalist Asantaists

  • I can break it down musicologically on any Beatle's song about why they're so great, but not in this forum.

    and with a love like that

  • My lyrics, some written as long as twenty years earlier, would now explode musicologically like an ice cloud.

    Dylan Brings It Home: Memoir Is a Ballad to the Beat Village

  • 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.

    Renewable Music

  • 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.

    The Great Whatsit

  • 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.

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  • Divinités du Styx, "since this performance substitutes a no doubt musicologically superior rendering of the first line of the aria.



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