musical, musical comedy, musical theater(adj)
a play or film whose action and dialogue is interspersed with singing and dancing
characterized by or capable of producing music
"a musical evening"; "musical instruments"
talented in or devoted to music
"comes from a very musical family"
characteristic of or resembling or accompanied by music
"a musical speaking voice"; "a musical comedy"
melodious, melodic, musical(adj)
containing or constituting or characterized by pleasing melody
"the melodious song of a meadowlark"
A drama in which music and song are prominent features; a musical drama or musical play; as, Oklahoma! was a breakthrough in the form and popularity of the musical.
a stage performance, show or film which involves singing, dancing and musical numbers performed by the cast as well as acting.
Of or relating to music.
Gifted or skilled in music.
of or pertaining to music; having the qualities of music; or the power of producing music; devoted to music; melodious; harmonious; as, musical proportion; a musical voice; musical instruments; a musical sentence; musical persons
Etymology: [Cf. F. musical.]
Etymology: [Cf. F. musical.]
a social entertainment of which music is the leading feature; a musical party
Etymology: [Cf. F. musical.]
The musical film is a film genre in which songs sung by the characters are interwoven into the narrative, sometimes accompanied by dancing. The songs usually advance the plot or develop the film's characters, though in some cases they serve merely as breaks in the storyline, often as elaborate "production numbers". The musical film was a natural development of the stage musical after the emergence of sound film technology. Typically, the biggest difference between film and stage musicals is the use of lavish background scenery and locations that would be impractical in a theater. Musical films characteristically contain elements reminiscent of theater; performers often treat their song and dance numbers as if there is a live audience watching. In a sense, the viewer becomes the deictic audience, as the performer looks directly into the camera and performs to it.
The ability to create, dance, hear and move to music.
They had musical moments dancing together in each others arms.Submitted by MaryC on March 7, 2020
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Rank popularity for the word 'musical' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #3318
Rank popularity for the word 'musical' in Adjectives Frequency: #460
The numerical value of musical in Chaldean Numerology is: 3
The numerical value of musical in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
...in song the words tend to lose their significance, do often lose it, while at the other extreme, in current prose it is the musical value that tends to disappear - so that verse stands symmetrically, as it were, between song, on the one hand, and prose on the other - and is thus admirably and delicately balanced between the sensual and the intellectual power of language.
The body is a cocoon of illusions. Instincts are marketing manipulations on which they play as a musical instrument of egoism. From death, it crumbles revealing the soul, awareness and the third eye. Author: Musin Almat Zhumabekovich
Marty This tasteless cover is a good indication of the lack of musical invention within. The musical growth of this band cannot even be charted. They are treading water in a sea of retarded sexuality and bad poetry.
When the time came to bring the' Transparent' journey to a close, it was clear that saying goodbye to Maura Pfefferman was our path forward, in this musical finale, we dramatize the death of Maura Pfefferman in an odyssey of comedy and melancholy told through the joyful prism of melody and dance.
Writing a musical is not something that had ever really appealed to me but Bill and I met up with Lee Hall and had a chat and I found myself thinking this could be interesting and fun, 'It's A Wonderful Life' is a universal story we can all relate to.
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- musicalCatalan, Valencian
- sioe gerddWelsh
- musikal, musicalDanish
- μουσικός, μιούζικαλGreek
- muzika, muzikemaEsperanto
- musiikki, melodinen, sointuva, musiikillinen, musikaali, musikaalinenFinnish
- comédie musicaleFrench
- ceoldráma, ceolmharIrish
- ミュージカル, 音楽的な, ミュージカルのJapanese
- muzikaal, musicalDutch
- musikalNorwegian Nynorsk
- melódico, musical, musicista, melodiosoPortuguese
- мюзикл, музыкальныйRussian
- mjuzikl, glazbenik, glazbenskiSerbo-Croatian
- mjuzikl, muzikálen, glasben, muzikalSlovene
- musikalisk, musik-, musikal, musikalfilm, välljudande, melodiskSwedish
- м'юзикл, музичнийUkrainian
- âm nhạcVietnamese
- מיוזיקל, מוזיקאַלישער ספּעקטאַקלYiddish
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