Definition of Musicianship

1. Noun. Artistry in performing music.

Generic synonyms: Art, Artistry, Prowess
Derivative terms: Musician, Musician



Definition of Musicianship

1. Noun. The skill of a musician or of a composer. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Musicianship

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Musicianship

musicalization
musicalizations
musicalize
musicalized
musicalizes
musicalizing
musically
musicalness
musicals
musicdisk
musicdisks
musician
musician's cramp
musicianly
musicians
musicianship (current term)
musicianships
musicing
musick
musicke
musicked
musicker
musickers
musickes
musicking
musicks
musicless
musicogenic epilepsy
musicological
musicologically

Literary usage of Musicianship

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1. Conscious Control in Piano Study by Ellen Amey (1921)
"Concentration and musicianship have been found to be the equipment for analytical work. ... Will and musicianship. — It is possible with a well-grounded ..."

2. The Act of Touch in All Its Diversity: An Analysis and Synthesis of by Tobias Matthay (1903)
"In other words : any artistic-judgment, musicianship, or feeling that we may possess, must perforce remain mute, unless we also possess ability to draw the ..."

3. University Musical Encyclopedia by Louis Charles Elson (1914)
"Wherein lies the true test of musicianship—in a slow piece by Mozart, or in a Perpetual Motion by Paganini? You see a great virtuoso billed. You go. ..."

4. The Art of the Singer: Practical Hints about Vocal Technics and Style by William James Henderson (1906)
"... XV THE SINGER'S musicianship FETIS in writing of Garat, the famous French tenor, said: " An air, a duet, according to this great singer, did not consist ..."

5. For my musical friend: a series of practical essays on music and music culture by Annie Aubertine Woodward Moore (1900)
"... musicianship, as Schumann declares, is to be able, on the first hearing of a complicated orchestral work, to see it in bodily score with the inner eye. ..."

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