musical quality

musical quality

[′myü·zə·kəl ′kwäl·əd·ē]
(acoustics)
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And, to signify that peculiar musical quality of Poe's genius which inthralls every reader, Mr.
And his voice, when he spoke, had just that same musical quality.
While the number of Steinway Artists is certainly substantial, each once is carefully considered by evaluating their commitment to the brand and superior musical quality of composition and performance that has become synonymous with the Steinway name.
With so much musical quality out there which is of dubious quality, we believe that what we're doing is presenting a significant alternative to all that.
The tradition of selecting an official song - usually with a contribution of dubious musical quality from the players themselves - fell victim to national coach Fabio Capello's strict and serious approach to tournament preparation.
In Bach's Goldberg Variations, the whole is greater than the sum of its parts; however, in the present collection the parts contrast greatly not only in compositional technique (which is to be expected), but in musical quality.
There is a light-hearted, High School Musical quality to the novel but the lessons learned and a few recipes shared make this an entertaining read.
A superb backing band ensured the musical quality was high but Meat's voice isn't what it was and I Would Do Anything For Love was awful.
He provides a welcome articulation of the sound properties, as well as the physical and stylistic practices required to produce them, that distinguish country music as a popular genre, serve as a source of value and richness for its listeners, and mark that ineffable musical quality so often pondered by its scholars as "authenticity.
Two programmes were recorded, the second with some wobbly pictures but with the musical quality overcoming the deficiencies.
With its beauty of language and controlled tempo, there is a calming and almost musical quality about Ljootimavagn, which lingers in the reader's mind.