musical quality

musical quality

[′myü·zə·kəl ′kwäl·əd·ē]
(acoustics)
References in classic literature ?
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.
These are artists with diverse musical and cultural backgrounds coming together to create a timeless musical quality.
The high musical quality was apparent immediately upon curtain rise with the plangent soprano of Janai Brugger as Ilia.
Maybe it is poetry's musical quality that attracts others to it?
Buch convincingly argues for a view of Ginastera's work that is much more nuanced than that of merely an endorsement of the colonialist Hispanist narrative and, in keeping with the general tone of the book, makes the reader want to hear the work (it has been rarely performed) in order to evaluate its purely musical quality.
b) the musical quality with regard to the adequacy and coherence of the music with the theme and its originality;
Certainly, those who attend choral services could not fail to be moved by the superb musical quality and diverse repertoire to be consistently heard live, week after week, as well as being available on their widely acclaimed CDS.
Yet without such knowledge these singers will not hesitate to prepare an air, arrange their phrasing and their dynamic effects and preen themselves on the musical quality of their plan.
"The musical quality of their performances and the sheer enjoyment they share in performing them," says Hassouneh.
Lady I's 'Brave Ones' is a follow up to her debut album 'Freedom Time' in 2009 and her followers will find out that she maintains a high level of lyrical and musical quality undimmed by the nine year gap between releases.
They said that they took pride in singing Mumtaz Orakzai's poetry owing to its charged musical quality and substance.