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1Musical talent or sensitivity.‘her beautiful, rich tone and innate musicality’‘his compositions reveal an exceptional degree of innate musicality’
- ‘He brought well-trained musicality to each of his roles.’
- ‘I have often wondered whether the richness of his voice overshadowed the essence of his musicality.’
- ‘She danced all the ballerina roles in the repertoire, bringing great authority and musicality to everything she danced.’
- ‘Her natural musicality and artistic precision were striking!’
- ‘It is rare to see a violinist so young who has not only great poise, but also a wonderful sense of musicality.’
- ‘Easy to memorize and exciting to perform, every solo will build confidence and musicality in students.’
- ‘She is a singer with musicality and sensitivity.’
- ‘The children we examine must have very good musicality and responsiveness to rhythm.’
- ‘The older dancers I work with notice an increasing lack of musicality in their younger colleagues.’
- ‘I wanted to develop my voice and my musicality as much as I could.’
- 1.1 The quality of having a pleasant sound; melodiousness.‘the natural musicality of the language’
- ‘The musicality of song birds and humpback whales makes nature more interesting.’
- ‘I've been enjoying hearing people speak in foreign languages - I've got no idea what they're saying but there's always a musicality to it.’
- ‘I think a lot of folks will be surprised at the musicality and quality production on the record.’
- ‘It is a beautiful ensemble piece that accentuates musicality and fluid movement.’
- ‘The use of musicality, in speech, as in singing, is an essential part of the process of communicating ideas.’
- ‘The finished product is always one of exceptional standards and rare musicality.’
- ‘I was very conscious of the musicality of the language.’
- ‘Many of the composers presented were new to the audience, and produced works of revelatory musicality and quality.’
- ‘He's wildly innovative in his use of instruments, but never lets his experimentation get in the way of the musicality of a work.’
- ‘The other songs are characteristic of the band, maintaining musicality, but always experimental.’
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