muzaky

muzaky

(ˈmjuːzækɪ)
adj
(Music, other) (of music) having a light, bland sound
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Most egregious of all, however, is the obtrusive choice of Ronnie Browne's hackneyed muzaky version of 'The Flowers of the Forest', complete with strings, harp and guitar, marring one of the two most innovative scenes in the film, as the overhead camera slides over muddied no-mans-land wasteland at the end, following Ewan's death.
His raw, explosive vocals provided the sure touch of the unpredictable, the fervid improvisation of gospel jazz, whether backed by a funky roadhouse septet, a boppish jazz combo, the Count Basie big band or a shimmering curtain of Muzaky strings.