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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Mozart's 41st and last symphony, which opened the second half, is another which broke new ground in composition, setting the scene for the Romantic style of the 19th Century.
His romantic style of acting made him popular amongst the young cinema viewers of the country.
The bottle depicts the romantic style of a vintage parfum flacon with sweeping curves that shine with the addition of champagne pink metalized glass and are accented with the flourish of Sarah Jessica Parker's signature grosgrain ribbon.
The brand also introduced new colors and silhouettes to the classic white romantic style.
The wedding: There wasn't a specific theme for the wedding but it had a classy, elegant and romantic style.
For guests that want to celebrate as a family or enjoy a more romantic style, they will have options for a Family Brunch on Friday, the 13th of February or an intimate dinner at Ciao Ristorante on Saturday, the 14th of February.
A composer in the New Romantic style, he teaches at the Boston Conservatory.
A th po Cpi A NOVELIST who wrote in the regional romantic style popularised by Catherine Cookson has died in hospital, aged 77.
I did this romantic style with lots of transparency, chiffon and silk materials," he said.
In case Goodwin prefers to have sleeves on her wedding gown, then she can opt for this romantic style.
Her full-blooded romantic style and fine technique was demonstrated on many recordings including the Elgar and Sibelius concertos.