Musical is the adjective form of music. It may also refer to:
- Musical artist
- Musical composer
- Musical composition, an original piece of music, the structure of a musical piece, or the process of creating a new piece of music
- Musical ensemble, a group of two or more musicians who perform instrumental or vocal music
- Musical film: musicals on film produced for the cinema
- Musical instrument, a device created or adapted for the purpose of making musical sounds
- Musical Instrument Digital Interface, an industry-standard protocol that enables electronic musical instruments, computers and other electronic equipment to communicate and synchronize with each other
- Musical keyboard, the set of adjacent depressible levers or keys on a musical instrument, particularly the piano
- Musical theatre: any dramatic work heavily involving music; often called a "musical"
- MusicAL: Albanian Television channel which broadcasts Albanian folk music
- Musical Merry-Go-Round, a NBC TV series which aired from 1947 to 1949
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Famous quotes containing the word musical:
“Each child has his own individual expressions to offer to the world. That expression can take many forms, from artistic interests, a way of thinking, athletic activities, a particular style of dressing, musical talents, different hobbies, etc. Our job is to join our children in discovering who they are.”
—Stephanie Martson (20th century)
“I think no woman I have had ever gave me so sweet a moment, or at so light a price, as the moment I owe to a newly heard musical phrase.”
—Stendhal [Marie Henri Beyle] (17831842)
“Sometimes a musical phrase would perfectly sum up
The mood of a moment. One of those lovelorn sonatas
For wind instruments was riding past on a solemn white horse.
Everybody wondered who the new arrival was.”
—John Ashbery (b. 1927)