[myoo-zish-uh n] /myuˈzɪʃ ən/
a person who makes a profession, especially as a performer of .
any person, whether professional or not, skilled in .
a person who plays or composes music, esp as a profession
late 14c., “one skilled in music,” from Old French musicien (14c.), or a native formation from music + -ian. Sense of “professional musical performer” first recorded mid-15c.
[myoo-zish-uh n-ship] /myuˈzɪʃ ənˌʃɪp/ noun 1. knowledge, skill, and artistic sensitivity in performing music. /mjuːˈzɪʃənʃɪp/ noun 1. skill or artistry in performing music n. 1828, from musician + -ship.
noun 1. a music, imperceptible to human ears, formerly supposed to be produced by the movements of the spheres or heavenly bodies. noun 1. the celestial music supposed by Pythagoras to be produced by the regular movements of the stars and planets
noun 1. Digital Technology. an online service that supports cloud-based storage of digital music files so as to allow users to stream or download their personal music collections for playback on any compatible device: I uploaded all my CDs to a music locker, and now I can access the music from my laptop, tablet, or […]
[myoo-zi-kol-uh-jee] /ˌmyu zɪˈkɒl ə dʒi/ noun 1. the scholarly or scientific study of , as in historical research, musical theory, or the physical nature of sound. /ˌmjuːzɪˈkɒlədʒɪ/ noun 1. the scholarly study of music n. “the study of the science of music,” 1909, from music + -ology. Related: Musicological; musicologist.