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Definition of Musicianly
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Literary usage of Musicianly
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1. Musical Scotland, Past and Present: Being a Dictionary of Scottish Musicians by David Baptie (1894)
"Nor was this all, for the Queen of Italy—to whom he had dedicated an "Album " of twelve graceful and musicianly pieces for piano —sent him a very handsome ..."
2. Primer of Musical Forms: A Systematic View of the Typical Forms of Modern by William Smythe Babcock Mathews (1890)
"The latter is the type of the serious, the intellectual, the musicianly and so ... And here, again, they point to the influence of the musicianly element, ..."
3. The Musical Yearbook of the United StatesMusic (1893)
"These songs are characterized by good melody and musicianly accompaniments. Beach (Mrs.) HHA SOUR Album. 15 Selected Songs..... ........ $1.25 Four artistic ..."
4. Musical Portraits: Interpretations of Twenty Modern Composers by Paul Rosenfeld (1920)
"For just as Gustav Mahler might stand as an instance of musicianly temperament fatally outweighing musicianly intellect, so Arnold Schoenberg might stand as ..."
5. Music (1902)
"The work as a whole is thoroughly commendable and musicianly. The pieces were printed in Berlin, but a New York publisher has the American agency. ..."
6. Wagner and His Works: The Story of His Life, with Critical Comments by Henry Theophilus Finck (1893)
"Are the ideas original, appropriate to the situation, and are they developed in a musicianly way?" Wagner's musical ideas are not only original, ..."
7. The English Illustrated Magazine (1906)
"The musicianly, clever composer appears as often as that other phenomenon, " the writer of ... But in Elgar we exclaim, " Here is a man, musicianly, clever, ..."