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musicologist

myooh zi ko luh juhst

  • n  a student of musicology

  • A formidable musicologist with a lively polemical style, he discusses the composer's works with greater understanding and clarity than any previous biographer.
  • A Canadian musicologist recently transcribed and recorded the a cappella music the angels are singing from a scroll in their hands, so visitors to the exhibition can hear the .
  • It's one of the opera's more effective conceits, and Nieve's arias shine with what one applauding critic called "a true musicologist's reflection on the themes of Bizet, Bellini .
News & Articles

  • Azul Barrientos at Carmen de la Calle
    The folkloric singer-songwriter branches out beyond her regular “Noche Azul” series at Esperanza Peace and Justice Center. Barrientos is best known for her musicologist-type efforts to bring to life forgotten Mexican folk songs, but she also works the jazz and experimental edges of the Latin-music spectrum. Hector Saldaña 8:30-11:30 p.m. at Carmen de la Calle, 720 E. Mistletoe Ave., $10.
    June 22, 2013 - San Antonio Express-News
Quotes

  • Chuck D in Entertainment Weekly
    As a musicologist - and I consider myself one - there was always a great deal of respect for Elvis, especially during his Sun sessions. As a black people, we all knew that,the rapper [Chuck D] said. "My whole thing was the one-sidedness -...
  • Albert Mohler in BP News
    Mohler described her as "a brilliant musicologist [wjho is] gifted with an infectious love of music. Expect great things from this program."

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