from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A store, or place of business, where music or musical instruments are sold.


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  • On Monday, British sofa retailer Land of Leather Holdings PLC entered administration, a form of bankruptcy protection, joining British retailers such as music-store chain Zavvi, fashion chain USC and general retailer Woolworths Group PLC.

    Tesco, Metro See Struggles Ahead 2009

  • He started practicing at least a few hours a day and quickly reached the point where he "wanted something more intense than a standard half-hour music-store lesson once a week."

    Back to School 2008

  • One study quoted in the article predicts that by 2010 25% of online music-store sales will be driven by playlists assembled by individuals close to the theme they convey.

    Smart Mobs » Blog Archive » Sharing it with music 2006

  • Stanford's Dr. Robert Sapolsky is a specialist in the physiology of stress, and two of his sterling lectures are available gratis through the iTunes music-store.

    - Boing Boing 2006

  • Little boy and his ma shivering outside a run-down music-store window

    Evil Twins, the Boss, and Mothers 2005

  • Only 2% of music-store downloaders care about legality of their music

    Boing Boing: December 4, 2005 - December 10, 2005 Archives 2005

  • Meanwhile, Apple Computer, which uses the iTunes music store to perk up sales of iPods, defined the most popular music-store model.

    Napster Available For DownloadNapster Puts Itself Up For Sale 2006

  • On his death, six years later, the widow supported herself by keeping a music-store, where the growing daughter absorbed much knowledge of the art.

    Woman's Work in Music Arthur Elson

  • Accordingly, Jones is commissioned, when next he visits the music-store, to get a few more records like "Tannhäuser."

    The Joyful Heart Robert Haven Schauffler 1921

  • The family grocery-store, _El Globo_, is advertised by a huge globe, battered from long years of service; and _La Lira_, or the music-store, may be known by the sign of the gold lyre.

    The Great White Tribe in Filipinia 1914


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