musicality musicality  /ˌmju zɪ ˈkæ lə ti/

Definition(s):

  • (n) the property of sounding like music

Usage(s):

  1. Still, readers felt the desperate spiritual quest behind the poem and were seduced by the unerring musicality of its free-verse lines.
  2. Tilting the Plates emphasizes the musicality of poetry rather more than his previous collections, while taking as its core a love story between two shape-shifting Hindu deities.
  3. Let's celebrate his genius, his musicality, his gift, his talent, and leave the other stuff at least till he gets buried.

News

  1. News : Disclosure: The Brothers Broadcast

    With electronic dance music booming in the mainstream, the majority of songs filed under the ever-growing genre are fist-pumping, womp - womp -laced beats on loop as opposed to artfully crafted, thoughtful tunes. The musicality that once defined the genre, it seems, is in short supply. Recasting garage and two-step—house music offshoots that dominated the UK dance scene in the ’90s—with some pop ...
    on June 10, 2013     Source: Filter Magazine

  2. Beginning Hip Hop (Ages 5-6)

    Student focus on: Introduction to rhythm, musicality, control, dynamics, posture, and performance. Hip-Hop dance encompasses many classical dance styles, but is presented in a street or non-traditional format. Hip-Hop is usually high energy; though, some classes are instructed using isolation techniques. The goal of this class is to provide a framework of choreography in which each dancer will ...
    on June 9, 2013     Source: WPXI Pittsburgh

Quotes

  1. "He had the regard of the musicians in a way no other executive has ever had, because of his own deep musicality and abilities and his legendary appetite for the music life," said Jann Wenner, editor and publisher of Rolling Stone magazine.
    on Dec 14, 2006 By: Jann Wenner Source: Reuters

  2. "I did YouTube some different local anchors and just watched to sort of get the gist of what's going on outside of the national networks and how people look," Heaton said. "There's a certain way that anchors speak. There's a musicality to the...
    on Sep 19, 2007 By: Patricia Heaton Source: Post-Bulletin

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