Translation of musicologist in Spanish:


musicólogo, n.

Pronunciation /ˌmjuzəˈkɑlədʒəst/ /mjuːzɪˈkɒlədʒɪst/

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    musicólogo masculine
    musicóloga feminine
    • Understandably, the authorship of the toccata has long been a puzzle to musicologists.
    • Even respected musicologists perpetuated the story that all of his music sounds more or less the same.
    • At the time he died he seemed to be on the threshold of a distinguished career as a thinker and musicologist.
    • For decades, critics and musicologists had struggled to define "American music."
    • This has been for years touted as the definitive Prokofieff Second by a good many musicologists and record collectors.
    • As a musicologist, Lily is naturally fascinated that this humble girl could know such obscure tunes.
    • A noted musicologist whose interests include medieval music and Tudor keyboard music, he has written many choral pieces.
    • Musicologists have long been intrigued by his difficult, inventive and erudite music.
    • A pioneer musicologist, he is known for his editions of Handel, Corelli, and other Baroque composers.
    • For most of his career he was an executive with BBC Radio; but he was also a musicologist of distinction.