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musicality

Syllabification: mu·si·cal·i·ty
Pronunciation: /ˌmyo͞oziˈkalətē
 
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Definition of musicality in English:

noun

1Tastefulness and accomplishment in music: she sings with unfailing musicality
1.1The quality of being melodious and tuneful: his speaking voice hinted at musicality
More example sentences
  • Many of the composers - mostly Scottish - presented were new to the audience, and produced works of revelatory musicality and quality.
  • I think a lot of folks, especially your enemies, will be surprised at the musicality and quality production on the record.
  • I think Keys - whom I haven't listened to much - has a lovely voice that brings musicality to things that mediocre singers can't find the music in.
1.2Awareness of music and rhythm, especially in dance: the audition panel was looking for coordination, musicality, and flexibility
More example sentences
  • Often, what people have learned is the structure of his dances versus getting deeper into the nuances of the musicality, rhythm, syncopation, and shading.
  • Nuber knew that he wanted to dance with the musicality and physicality that are the hallmarks of Morris's choreography.
  • Their popularity stems from the fact that they've blended a sense of musicality with dance music.

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