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  1. Musical fiction is a genre of fiction in which music is paramount: both as subject matter, and through the rhythm and flow of the prose; that is, music is manifested through the language itself.

  2. It's true that "musical fiction" sometimes refers to fiction about music and at other times to fiction with a musical quality, but the sources seem to treat these as very closely-related concerns, so I don't see a problem in an encyclopaedia article doing the same.

  3. An annotated bibliography and reference list of musical fiction. Lewiston, N.Y.: Edwin Mellen Press. ISBN 0-7734-6158-2. OCLC 60550763. Gibbs, John R. (24 August 2009). "A Bibliography of Musical Fiction". Retrieved 17 June 2022. See also . Coral Press, publisher of musical fiction; Genre fiction

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  5. This article uses material from the Wikipedia article Musical fiction, and is written by contributors. Text is available under a CC BY-SA 4.0 International License; additional terms may apply. Images, videos and audio are available under their respective licenses.

  6. The Cat Organ is a hypothetical musical instrument that consists of a line of cats fixed in place with their tails stretched out underneath a keyboard so that they cry out when a key is pressed. The cats would be arranged according to the natural tone of their voices. The Piganino is a similar instrument, that employs pigs for the same purpose.