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musical instrument Musikinstrument {n}
Musical Instrument Digital Interface <MIDI>digitale Schnittstelle {f} für Musikinstrumente
musical instrument makingMusikinstrumentenbau {m}
musical instrument shop Musikladen {m}
musical instrument string Musikinstrumentensaite {f}
musical instrumentsMusikinstrumente {pl}
musical instruments insurance Musikinstrumenteversicherung {f}
musical instruments insurance Musikinstrumentversicherung {f}
Musical Instruments Museum Musikinstrumentenmuseum {n}
musical interlude musikalische Einlage {f}
musical interludemusikalisches Zwischenspiel {n}
musical language Klangsprache {f}
musical lifeMusikleben {n}
musical notationNotenschrift {f}
musical pieceMusikstück {n}
musical productionMusicalproduktion {f}
musical projectMusikprojekt {n}
musical publicmusikalische Öffentlichkeit {f}
musical rendering Vertonung {f} [musikalische Bearbeitung eines Stoffes etc.]
musical request programme [Br.]Wunschkonzert {n}
musical sawsingende Säge {f}
musical saw Musiksäge {f}
musical scaleTonleiter {f}
musical scholar Musikgelehrter {m}
musical scholar [female] Musikgelehrte {f}
musical school Musikschule {f}
musical score Partitur {f}
musical score Musikpartitur {f}
musical sense musikalisches Verständnis {n}
musical show Musikshow {f}
musical societyMusikverein {m}
musical sound musikalischer Ton {m}
musical staff {sg}Notenlinien {pl}
musical studies Musikstudien {pl}
musical studies {pl}Musikstudium {n}
musical style Musikstil {m}
musical survey [of] musikalischer Streifzug {m} [durch]
musical talentMusiktalent {n}
musical talentmusikalisches Talent {n}
musical talent Musikbegabung {f}
musical theater [Am.]Musicaltheater {n}
musical theater actor Musicaldarsteller {m}
musical theater actress Musicaldarstellerin {f}
musical theatre [esp. Br.]Musicaltheater {n}
musical theatre [esp. Br.] [including opera etc.] Musiktheater {n}
musical theory Musiktheorie {f}
musical toy instrument Spielzeuginstrument {n}
musical toys {pl} Musikspielzeug {n}
musical versionVertonung {f} [vertonte Fassung]
musical work Musikstück {n}
musical work Musikwerk {n}
musical worksmusikalische Werke {pl}
musical world Musikwelt {f}
musical wren [Cyphorhinus arada] Rotkehl-Zaunkönig {m}
[musical jargon denoting a disrupted, heavily-sampled musical style]Klangbrocken {m} [ugs.]
(musical) composition Tonsatz {m}
(musical) notationNotenschrift {f}
(musical) score {sg} Noten {pl} [Notentext, Partitur]
musicale [Am.] Hauskonzert {n}
musicality Musikalität {f}
musicalization Musikalisierung {f}
musically illiterate musikalisch unbedarft
musicalnessMusikalität {f}
music-band Kapelle {f}
musician Musikant {m}
musicianMusiker {m}
musician Musikus {m} [altertümlich]
musicianTonkünstler {m} [veraltet]
musician [female]Musikerin {f}
musician [female] Musikantin {f}
musician friendMusikerfreund {m}
musician wren [Cyphorhinus arada] Rotkehl-Zaunkönig {m}
musician wren [Cyphorhinus aradus]Orpheuszaunkönig {m}
musician wren [Cyphorhinus aradus] Flageolettzaunkönig {m}
[musician who sightreads fluently but without taste or style] [hum.]Notenfresser {m} [hum.]
musicianly musikerhaft [selten]
musicians Musiker {pl}
musicians Musikanten {pl}
musicians Musici {pl} [veraltend]
Musician's Company [Worshipful Company of Musicians]Musician's Company {f} [Londoner Musikerzunft]
musician's dystonia Musikerdystonie {f}
musicians' evening [traditional music / folk music]Musikantenabend {m}
musicians' scene Musikerszene {f}
musicianship musikalisches Können {n}
musicianshipmusikalisches Handwerk {n}
musick [coll.] [obs.] [spv.] [music] Musik {f}
music-makingMusizieren {n}
music-making in the home Hausmusik {f}
musicogenic epilepsy musikogene Epilepsie {f}
musico-historical musikhistorisch
musicological musikwissenschaftlich
musicological musikologisch
musicologically musikwissenschaftlich
musicologist Musikwissenschaftler {m}
musicologist Musikologe {m}
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