This article in the New York Times discusses words that people find beautiful. I read Tolkien's remark about "cellar door" years ago, but was surprised to find that those words have been mentioned by many others.
Beautiful words that I can think of right off-the-bat...murmur, wander, meander, peregrine, lilting, moonlight. Poets and fantasy writers are especially likely to use and coin beautiful words, which may explain my love of both.
New June Mystery/Crime Releases that interest me:
Jan Burke - Disturbance (an Irene Kelly mystery)
Craig Johnson - Hell is Empty (Walt Longmire mystery)
New ARCs that have arrived in the last several days:
Monoculture by F.S. Michaels
Before the Last All Clear by Ray Evans
Daughters of the Revolution by Carolyn Cooke
What I'm reading now:
Nemesis by Jo Nesbo
Books I've ordered:
Musicophilia: Tales of Music and the Brain by Oliver Sachs
The Brain that Changes Itself by Norman Doidge (I read a library copy 2 years ago; want my own copy)
Chime by Franny Billingsly (recommended by Nancy the Bookfool)
Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children (recommended by Carl of Stainless Steel Droppings)
Awareness Through Movement by Moshe Feldenkrais
I have several reviews scheduled and a few more to write, but I'm catching up!