What is musical style?

Some articles on musical style, style, musical:

Drake (entertainer) - Artistry - Musical Style
... Drake has a unique musical style that has set him apart from his (Young Money) counterparts, especially on his latest effort Take Care ...
Diana Vickers - Artistry - Musical Style and Influences
... Vickers' musical style scopes from simple folk-tinged, keyboard and guitar based ballads to more up-tempo indie rock and synth-based songs with full band backing ... Her musical style has been compared to Kate Bush, Ellie Goulding, Dido, and Dolores O'Riordan ... showcases a quirky and idiosyncratic style of singing often described as breathy, raspy and hiccupy ...
Commercial Zone - Musical Style
... accessible and commercial than PiL's previous records, with some laid-back Velvet Underground-style guitar on a few tracks ...
Hard To Swallow (album) - Musical and Lyrical Style
... hip-hop." Republic Records later described the album's musical style as "aggressive rock" in the stages preceding the album's release ... Vanilla Ice referred to the album's musical style as "skate rock." The album's dark and thick sound fuses elements of heavy metal, punk rock and hip hop ... critics have noticed a similarity between the style of music present on Hard to Swallow and that of bands such as Korn and Limp Bizkit ...
Star Academy (France) - Star Academy Runs - Season 6
... regarding his participation up to the last minute, as he remained involved in the popular musical Le Roi Soleil ... songs to the "nouvelle chanson francaise" style made popular by singers like Benabar, Benjamin Biolay and former Star Ac 1 contestant Olivia Ruiz ... Contestants Marina and Jean-Charles reflected this new musical style and Marina, in particular, was allowed to sing her own compositions on the "Prime" ...

Famous quotes containing the words style and/or musical:

    We think it is the richest prose style we know of.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    Hell is full of musical amateurs: music is the brandy of the damned.
    George Bernard Shaw (1856–1950)