Recent Examples of musicology from the Web
The demands of her fulltime job, working on her master's degree in musicology, and her long-running weekly radio show are the reasons Weber, 41, is giving up the weekly gig that ran into the wee hours.
In 1995, after earning a doctorate in musicology from Claremont University, Valenzuela found himself in San Diego ready to put his knowledge and talent into practice.
Ostensibly about Mozart’s beloved pet bird, this essay is a collision of musicology, psychology and scientific ornithology.
Sony has graciously agreed 2 augment the Musicology project with worldwide promotion and distribution.
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Origin and Etymology of musicology
First Known Use: 1845See Words from the same year
MUSICOLOGY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of musicology for English Language Learners
: the study of music as an area of knowledge or as a field of research
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