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English-German translation for: [musical]
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unwieldy {adj} [of a text, a musical work etc.]
spröde [Text, Musikstück etc.]
mus. concertante {adj} [opera, musical etc. performance without acting]
mus. flatted {adj} {past-p} [musical tone]
erniedrigt [musikalischer Ton]
mus. finetuned {adj} [musical instrument]
wohlgestimmt [Musikinstrument] [geh.]
mus. divisi {adj} [Italian] [musical direction esp. for orchestral string sections]geteilt
audio mus. to flatten sth. [a musical note]etw.Akk. vertiefen [eine Musiknote um einen Halbton]
mus. to tune sth. [a musical instrument]etw.Akk. stimmen [ein Musikinstrument]
centerpiece [e.g. of a building complex, a musical composition, a policy] [Am.]
Hauptstück {n}
jobs gig [job of limited duration, esp. musical appearance]
Job {m} [bes. vorübergehend]
mus. unison [musical interval]
Prime {f} [musikalisches Intervall]
showstopper [song in a musical etc.]
Publikumshit {m} [Lieblingssong etc.]
rendering [of musical piece, poem]
Vortrag {m}
law neol. Vorlass [literary, musical or artistic estate of a living person, already placed in a research library, scholarly archive or museum]
Vorlass {m}
mus. back [of the soundbox of a musical instrument]
Boden {m} [Resonanzkörper]
showstopper [scene in a film, musical etc.]
Showstopper {m} [atemberaubende Filmszene etc.]
lit. mus. allusion [on historical events, literary texts or musical works]
Allusion {f} [geh.] [Anspielung]
ling. mus. print c [letter, musical note]
c {n} [Buchstabe, Ton]
mus. conch [used as a musical instrument]
Schneckenhorn {n}
mus. body [of a musical instrument]
Klangkörper {m} [eines Musikinstruments]
mus. music {sg} [score or of a musical composition]
Noten {pl} [Notentext, Notenblatt]
[musical jargon denoting a disrupted, heavily-sampled musical style]Klangbrocken {m} [ugs.]
ling. mus. print a [letter, musical note]a {n} [Buchstabe, musikal. Ton]
ling. mus. print A [letter, musical note]A {n} [Buchstabe, Ton]
mus. b [musical note]h {n} [Ton]
ling. mus. print C [letter, musical note]C {n} [Buchstabe, Ton]
jobs mus. cantor [musical director of a choir]Chorregent {m}
centrepiece [e.g. of a building complex, a musical composition, a policy] [Br.]Hauptstück {n}
ling. mus. print d [letter, musical note]d {n} [Buchstabe, Ton]
ling. mus. print D [letter, musical note]D {n} [Buchstabe, Ton]
ling. mus. print e [letter, musical note]e {n} [Buchstabe, Ton]
ling. mus. print E [letter, musical note]E {n} [Buchstabe, Ton]
ling. mus. print f [letter, musical note]f {n} [Buchstabe, Ton]
ling. mus. print F [letter, musical note]F {n} [Buchstabe, Ton]
ling. mus. print g [letter, musical note]g {n} [Buchstabe, Ton]
ling. mus. print G [letter, musical note]G {n} [Buchstabe, Ton]
mus. hang [musical instrument]Hang {n} [Musikinstrument]
lit. mus. morceau [a short literary or musical piece]Stück {n} [(kurzes) Musikstück od. literarisches Stück]
mus. prime [musical interval]Prime {f} [musikalisches Intervall]
mus. scraper [musical instrument]Schrapinstrument {n}
mus. relig. shofar [ancient musical horn typically made of a ram's horn]Schofarhorn {n}
spectacularSpektakel {n} [bes. Film, Musical, etc.]
mus. udu [musical instrument]Udu {m} [Musikinstrument]
2 Words: Others
mus. double-chested {adj} [attr.] [of a musical instrument]doppelt ausgebaucht
mus. double-chested {adj} [attr.] [of a musical instrument]mit doppeltem Resonanzkasten [nachgestellt]
mus. double-chested {adj} [attr.] [of a musical instrument]mit doppeltem Resonanzkörper [nachgestellt]
mus. lift bow [musical notation, bowed string instruments]Bogen abheben [Atemzeichen, Notenschrift, Streichinstrumente]
2 Words: Verbs
mus. to tune up sth. [coll.] [a musical instrument]etw.Akk. stimmen [ein Musikinstrument]
2 Words: Nouns
mus. BACH motif [succession of notes in German musical nomenclature forming Johann Sebastian Bach's family name](Motiv) B-A-C-H {n} [Tonfolge, die den Familiennamen Johann Sebastian Bachs umsetzt]
mus. bar number [of a musical score]Taktzahl {f} [von einer Partitur]
mus. Burger-highlife [musical style of Ghanaian immigrants to Germany]Burger-Highlife {m}
dance chorus lineTanzgruppe {f} [in Musical, Revue]
mus. Cinderella musical [fig.][Musical, dessen Heroine arm beginnt und reich endet]
mus. foot joint [musical instrument construction]Fußstück {n} [Musikinstrumentenbau]
mus. grime (music) [musical genre]Grime {m} [Musikstil]
mus. heavy rock [musical genre]Hardrock {m}
mus. heavy rock [musical genre]Hard Rock {m}
mus. heavy rock [musical genre]Heavy Rock {m}
mus. horn section {sg} [of musical band]Bläser {pl} [ugs. und fachspr.]
educ. mus. instrument tuition [esp. Br.] [also: instrumental tuition] [instruction in playing a musical instrument]Instrumentalunterricht {m}
mus. measure number [of a musical score]Taktzahl {f} [von einer Partitur]
mus. musical comedyMusical Comedy {f} [Musical]
audio mus. sonic properties [of musical instruments]Klangeigenschaften {pl} [von Musikinstrumenten]
lit. mus. soul states [also: soul-states] [literary] [esp. in musical or literary studies]Seelenzustände {pl}
audio mus. sound properties [of musical instruments]Klangeigenschaften {pl} [von Musikinstrumenten]
audio mus. tuning result [musical instrument]Stimmergebnis {n}
material mus. wood neck [e.g. musical instrument]Holzhals {m} [z. B. Musikinstrument]
3 Words: Nouns
mus. closed organ pipe ["stopped" rather than "closed" is the common English musical term]gedeckte Orgelpfeife {f} [selten]
hist. mus. relig. Gregorian chant / music [as a field or musical form]Gregorianik {f}
mus. pause for breath [a short interruption in musical performance]Luftpause {f}
4 Words: Verbs
audio mus. to lower the pitch of sth. [e.g. a musical note]etw.Akk. vertiefen [z. B. eine Musiknote]
Fiction (Literature and Film)
film F Chicago [Rob Marshall] [2002]Chicago [Musical-Filmdrama, 2002]
film theatre F Guys and Dolls [musical: Frank Loesser, film: Joseph L. Mankiewicz]Schwere Jungsleichte Mädchen
film mus. F Rock of Ages [musical: Chris D'Arienzo, film: Adam Shankman]Rock of Ages
theatre F Whistle Down the Wind [musical] [1989, 1996]Whistle Down the Wind
Taxa/Species (Animals, Plants, Fungi)
bot. mus. T
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