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  • a  of or relating to musicology

  • It features many talking musicological heads, falling back in insight-free awe at the composer's apparently genial genius (a refreshing exception is the crankish Jonathan Miller .
  • Only last month the discovery in Germany of six keyboard sonatas attributed to Franz Joseph Haydn was hailed as one of the greatest musicological finds in decades by one of its .
  • He dismisses musicological purists as "barnacles on the ship of music.

  • Steven Karidoyanes in Old Colony Memorial and Plymouth Bulletin
    Each day takes you through a different musical style,Karidoyanes said about "Musicological Journey, which the Phil has not performed for a few years." "It isn't highbrow music. It becomes clear it's tongue-in-cheek. When we're...
  • Carl Schmitt in Greene County Record
    We did very difficult music this year,Schmitt explains. "We did 'A Musicological Journey Through the Twelve Days of Christmas,' changing styles and tempos often because that's how its created for flavor : there was : Gregorian chant :...
  • Sarah Connolly in
    There's been a serious musicological approach to it,says Connolly, explaining that the version recorded is the one she sang at La Scala in 2006, which incorporates some extra pieces by Purcell. "It was something that just needed to be...

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