The Barbarians' Return is imbued with Dinescu's characteristic musicality
and wit, which packs a punch emphasized by his sly critiques and musings on human introspection.
The Origins of Musicality
, edited by Henkjan Honing, foreword by W.
Patrick Smith, Associate Professor of Horn and Music History at Virginia Commonwealth University gives listeners an opportunity to study and enjoy a wide variety of works from hornist and composer Paul Basler while celebrating the musicality
and technique of both composer and performer.
New head judge Shirley Ballas had the casting vote and saved Conley, saying his dance had "a bit more musicality
and June after five years as surgeon Mo Effanga, thanked judges for their "constructive criticism".
Best in Musicality
: 1st - Lanao del Norte; 2nd - Lumad Basakanon; 3rd - Municipality of Asturias; 4th - Catbalogan City; 5th - Dumaguete City;
enables dancers to groove to a beat, follow a delicate melody or syncopate their movement with nuanced accents.
In this reprint from 2009, which contains a new afterword on recent research on musicality
and language, Honing considers the active role of listeners in making music meaningful, arguing that listening occurs in the mind and brain.
: Exploring the basis of human companionship.
The present investigation was designed to study the comparative relaxation value of electromayograph (EMG) biofeedback training and instrumental music on musicality
groups (high-musicality group and low-musicality group).
Although lacking in rhyming skills, beat-making, or any facet of musicality
whatsoever, Rogers caught the eye of the Cash Money crew due to his taste in diamonds.
Their play is body-conscious musicality
that proceeds without instruments, music or stage and is not formally taught by their elders but is rather experienced as an open call of improvisation among peers.
Matters' workshop is aimed at teaching adults how to deliver musical activities to children aged under five.