note-perfect

note-perfect

adj
1. (Music, other) (of a singer or musician) able to sing or play without making any errors
2. (Music, other) (of a piece of music) sung or performed without any errors
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Formed from the original cast of London's West End hit show Beatlemania, The Bootleg Beatles have become an institution in their own right with their note-perfect recreation of hits from every era of the world's most famous band.
The cast is note-perfect, the only downside is that Jon Bernthal's role is almost more of a cameo (considering the top billing).
Note-perfect, scrupulously rehearsed, not a detail left unconsidered.
It helps when you've got six multi-talented musicians, of course, and, aside from a few sound issues for singer-guitarist Nick Hemming, they delivered note-perfect renditions of much of the new album alongside selected favourites from the back catalogue.
The addition of some fancy lighting effects, an insightful - and hilarious - developer's commentary track and note-perfect gamepad-orientated controls are the few notably new inclusions here.
It's now the fourth week of the live shows and the contestants are facing increasing pressure to raise their game and impress with note-perfect performances.
As a singer, she's note-perfect, her languid voice coming in somewhere between the sultry recline of the old Cadbury's Caramel rabbit and the goosebump trill of Bush on a high- caffeine diet.
TALENTED young musicians entertained shoppers with a note-perfect festive performance.
Backed by a note-perfect band, including her sister and brother, the singer cruised through songs from debut album Sing To The Moon.
George Clooney is an awards season contender with this note-perfect portrayal of a guy who has everything and nothing.
The technology is note-perfect and it sounds as if they're really there together," the source added.
Courageous Hollie conquered her nerves to deliver a note-perfect performance hailed by Simon as "fantastic".