Definition of Musicalised

1. Verb. (past of musicalise) ¹



2. Adjective. That has been set to music ¹

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Definition of Musicalised

1. musicalise [v] - See also: musicalise

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Musicalised

musical rhythm
musical saw
musical saws
musical scale
musical scales
musical score
musical soiree
musical style
musical theater
musical theme
musical time
musical time signature
musicale
musicales
musicalise
musicalised (current term)
musicalises
musicalising
musicalities
musicality
musicalization
musicalizations
musicalize
musicalized
musicalizes
musicalizing
musically
musicalness
musicals
musicdisk

Literary usage of Musicalised

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1. The Singing of the Future by David Ffrangcon-Davies, David Thomas Ffrangcon- Davies (1905)
""Singing is sustained musicalised speech," seems to be, in one sense, an excellent answer; in another, indefinite and unsatisfactory. ..."

2. Rhythm, Music and Education by Émile Jaques-Dalcroze (1921)
"A point is reached when moving plastic becomes completely musicalised by the study of the multiple elements of an agogic and dynamic nature which constitute ..."

3. The Christian Remembrancer by William Scott (1850)
"Would it be possible, or desirable if possible, that our English population should be as thoroughly musicalised as the German? ..."

4. Observations on the Social and Political State of the European People in by Samuel Laing (1850)
"Would it be possible, or desirable if possible, that our English population should be as thoroughly musicalised as the German ? ..."

5. Hermais: A Study in Comparative Esthetics by Colin McAlpin (1915)
"We have viewed it as a kind of musicalised prose; or as speech, metrically rendered. Indeed rhythm and rime seem to constitute a sort of common structural ..."

6. Observations on the Social and Political State of the European People in by Samuel Laing (1850)
"Would it be possible, or desirable if possible, that our English population should be as thoroughly musicalised as the German ? ..."

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