Romantic style

Romantic style

A loose term embracing a variety of modes of architecture, often including Exotic Revival, Gothic Revival, Greek Revival style, Italianate style.
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She is famous for her wide vocal range and romantic style.
A set of four Romantic style side chairs from the 19th century and a 20th century Portuguese Rosewood writing desk are some of the beautifully made pieces for auction.
Rachmaninov's 2nd, in that classic Romantic style so familiar to followers of Russian music, is very well known in parts and supremely easy to listen to.
This romantic style is never underdressed, even when casual, instead pairing classic pieces with simple accessories for an updated look.
They sound entirely sympathetic with the requisite Romantic style, including fine solo violin playing by their concertmaster in the introduction to "Jours de mon enfance" from Herold's Le Pre aux clercs.
His romantic style enables him to capture the idyllic atmosphere of Britain's towns and villages, and to reflect the traditional values of a rural England now so sadly missed.
The hall's beautiful High Victorian neo-gothic design and solid but romantic style fulfilled the aspirations of the wealthy owner.
His romantic style of acting made him popular amongst the young cinema viewers of the country.
Rousseau's own struggles with being a foreigner to the duchies and classes that alternatively welcomed and excluded him are not at issue here, though they could be insofar as they register chez Rousseau the same refracting mirrored being of Orientalist poetics, Romantic style.
The wedding: There wasn't a specific theme for the wedding but it had a classy, elegant and romantic style.
A composer in the New Romantic style, he teaches at the Boston Conservatory.
In case Goodwin prefers to have sleeves on her wedding gown, then she can opt for this romantic style.