"Musical music" is a term that can be used to refer to music that is written specifically for a stage musical or theater production, as opposed to music that is written for other purposes such as pop songs or classical compositions. This type of music often includes songs, dance numbers, and spoken dialogue, and is typically intended to be performed by actors and singers in a theatrical setting. Musical music often follows a specific narrative structure, with the songs and music being used to advance the story and develop the characters. It can be a combination of various music genres such as pop, rock, jazz, and even classical. This type of music is usually written by a team of writers, including a composer, a lyricist, and a book writer, who work together to create an integrated musical experience for the audience. Famous musicals include "The Phantom of the Opera", "Les Misérables", "The Lion King", "Hamilton" and many more. Musical music is a beloved art form that has been enjoyed by audiences around the world for decades.