antimusical

antimusical

(ˌæntɪˈmjuːzɪkəl)
adj
opposed to musical conventions
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Diaz has called the movie 'an antimusical, a rock opera, whatever you want to call it.' (How about a Lav Diaz movie?
David Novak's study is developed across seven chapters that trace three key themes: first, the problematic ontology of Noise as an antimusical anti-genre; second, the emergence of Japanoise within transnational feedback loops of cultural exchange and circulation; and lastly, the interpretation of Japanoise as a humanistic mode of cultural resistance against Japan's rapid modernization and the rise of global technoculture.
While King Johan's antimusical stance resembles Bale's prose polemics--"masses, ryngynges, synginges" are "heythynshe wares" in one tract, for example--in his morality drama Three Laws, music is used to restore order to the church, and the biblical God's Promises is structured around liturgical antiphons.
The German language is completely antimusical, I told Gambetti, thoroughly common and vulgar, and that's why our literature seems common and vulgar.
If you insist upon classifying My behavior as antimusical, I, even lying, must argue That this is bossa nova.
Much the same thing could be said about the other elements of transgression, which I have termed "antimusical," appearing in the piece.
Previous articles described the film as an 'antimusical.'