To their credit, the Soviet judges rewarded his musicianship—looking past the fact that he was an American.
Against it, intelligence and musicianship and habits of industry don't count at all.
Where is musicianship needed more than in the case of the singer?
In humour and in musicianship alike it is less subtle than its predecessor, but it triumphed by sheer dash and high spirits.
Its musicianship—the sheer technical artistry which contrived it—is stupefying in its enormous and inerrant mastery.
It was a period when there was still a considerable tradition of musicianship among the amateurs of English society.
Always remember that musicianship carries one much further than a good natural voice.
At another place the musicianship of one instrumentalist was truly appalling.
Marianne Stecher is another successful organist and composer, and her many fugues earn her a high rank for musicianship.
These subjects will be of the greatest benefit in developing his musicianship; indeed he cannot well get on without them.