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musicality

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It took Pearce years to break through in Nashville, but she’s finally getting accolades, as she had four nominations this year and won musical event for her song with Brice.

Everyone in the family was musical, and several uncles were professional musicians.

Bree asked her fans to guess what musical legend would be joining her on the song by creating a temporary page where she dropped hints and left coded messages featuring a series of special clues.

Kristin Ewing, a student from Nebraska by way of a musical-theater career in New York, gained an interest in health-care policy when she saw how performers were affected by their lack of insurance.

That’s when you can start making things like musical instruments, high-speed photography rigs, or any other weird contraption your imagination can think of.

There was a different musicality so there was a different aura around us, which inspires a completely different thing.

From this standpoint it follows that musicality as such is capable of cultivation apart from instrumental performance.

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On this page you'll find 25 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to musicality, such as: chant, lyric, music, refrain, theme, and air.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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