musical performance


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Noun1.musical performance - the act of performing musicmusical performance - the act of performing music    
playing - the act of playing a musical instrument
jam session - an impromptu jazz concert
singing, vocalizing - the act of singing vocal music
performance - the act of presenting a play or a piece of music or other entertainment; "we congratulated him on his performance at the rehearsal"; "an inspired performance of Mozart's C minor concerto"
fingering - the placement of the fingers for playing different notes (or sequences of notes) on a musical instrument
performing arts - arts or skills that require public performance
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The house was quiet, and it was past the hour at which the musical performance began.
An Entertainment was added, comprising those merciless tests of human endurance called Recitations; light refreshments and musical performances being distributed at intervals, to encourage the exhausted audience.
December 4: Musical performance by The Legends, 9pm to 10pm
27 PM EST, musical performance by Rodney Atkins (courtesy: FNC's "All American New Year")
A musical performance of Tabla by a Pakistani artist, Asif Khan with a German artist, Ms.
This is a more scholarly publication that provides an overview of music, musical instruments and musical performance as duplicated in art.
AN intrepid teenager hosted a musical performance to help raise funds for an African adventure.
Summary: The famous Iraqi artist Kathem Al Saher sent his condolences to the Moroccan people after the horrific accent that occurred during a musical performance at the "Mowazeen" musical festival last month in Morroco
PRINCESS Anne met staff and was treated to a musical performance on a visit to Thorn Cross young offenders prison near Warrington yesterday .
Available musical performance talent is seldom Reprise's concern.
At press time, the bill had passed in Connecticut, Illinois, South Carolina, North Dakota, and Pennsylvania, and in several committees in Delaware, Massachusetts, Michigan, and New York The bill requires truth in advertising musical performances and makes it unlawful to advertise or conduct a live musical performance or production through the use of a false, deceptive, or misleading affiliation, connection, or association between a performing group and a recording group.
Randy Johnston Live At The Smithsonian Jazz Cafe is an impressively entertaining DVD showcasing a live musical performance by jazz guitarist Randy Johnston along with bassist Tom Pietrycha and drummer Tony Leone, captured live on May 18th, 2005 at the Smithsonian Jazz Cafe.