adjective see ethnomusicology

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  • ethnomusicological — See ethnomusicology. * * * …   Universalium

  • ethnomusicological — adjective Relating to or pertaining to ethnomusicology …   Wiktionary

  • ethnomusicological — eth·no·musicological …   English syllables

  • ethnomusicological — adjective see ethnomusicology * * * ethnomusicologˈic or ethnomusicologˈical adjective • • • Main Entry: ↑ethnic …   Useful english dictionary

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