the ability to intuitively learn or appreciate music, esp. with the ability to distinguish off-key and off-pitch music
You can develop a musical ear, training your ear to "hear" different musical intervals and chords.
Then you must conduct a choir rehearsal—not always the highest gratification of a musical ear.
It will not supply the lack of a musical ear or an artistic temperament.
Dissonance to a musical ear is not more horrid, than want of harmony between characters, to the soul of sensibility.
The general prevalence of a musical ear and taste among all Slavic nations is indeed striking.
They might as well try to play the piano without a musical ear; and a pretty mess they would make of that!
It is safe to assert that anyone with a musical ear can with a little patience learn to distinguish 55 one register from another.
All this sensitiveness is to ethics what the "musical ear" is to music.
Dissonance to a musical ear is not more horrid than want of harmony between characters to the soul of sensibility.
Every musical ear performs this operation easily; now, this fourth sound, what else is it but the fourth term in a rule of three?
Instinct prompts the possessor of a fine natural voice and a musical ear to sing, and to sing beautiful tones.