philomusical

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

philo- +‎ musical

Adjective[edit]

philomusical ‎(comparative more philomusical, superlative most philomusical)

  1. Loving music.
    • 1789, Charles Burney, A General History of Music
      The opera being now arrived at its summit of glory in this philomusical city, we shall be less minute in our account of its progress, and only mention the principal persons []