nonmusic

nonmusic

(ˌnɒnˈmjuːzɪk)
n
any sound that does not constitute music; unpleasant noise
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Most student respondents either hold a graduate assistantship in a music or nonmusic library or archive.
Caption: Figure 3: 6-month effects of music intervention versus nonmusic intervention on brain functional connectivity strength (FCS) and functional connectivity (FC) in patients with schizophrenia.
and Use of Written Descriptors among Music and Nonmusic Majors in the
Such inclusion of nonmusic issues and activities as part of respondents' music interests demonstrated a strong connection between real life context and MI.
The effect of music versus nonmusic on behavioral signs of distress and self-report of pain in pediatric injection patients.
Back in May, Spotify CEO Daniel Ek generated an avalanche of media attention when he announced that Spotify would be feeding a vast amount of premium nonmusic content into the streaming music service, including news and entertainment video clips, podcasts and audio news.
New journals and coverage of music-related articles in non-music journals Since 1 July 2014, RILM began to cover 299 new journal titles: 30 are classified as core; 14 are secondary; 20 are tertiary; and 235 are nonmusic journals.
Nonmusic majors who persist in selected college marching bands: Demographic characteristics, and Myers-Briggs Personality Types.
The overthetop situations, tempered by somewhat realistic dramatic ones, are characteristically "Glee." It's gotten major story shakeups on a regular basis that the nonmusic scenes have long been mere bookends to the songssprightly covers of current pop tunes and some classic numbers.