lyricism


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lyricism

the quality or style of lyric poetry
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1c) In his book, he offers divergent writings, theories, and discussions on lyricism as circumstantial supporting evidence, referenced in an extended list of authors.
This piece is also written at an intermediate level and would be a good piece for a student group, challenging somewhat the range of the tuba, and the lyricism and phrasing abilities of the hornist.
Highlights include the sparkling lyricism of "A Remark You Made"
Two 19th Century virtuoso violinists bring their own characters to bear on the Italian bel canto style, Paganini gilding his lyricism with typically brilliant roulades and Spohr winning us over with his melodic charms.
Drummer Jaleel Bunton's thundering yet elastic drumlines play out and around Malone's delicately fuzzed guitar lines and producer/multi-instrumentalist David Sitek has a seemingly bottomless library of weird electronic bleeps, blips and sound fragments that lend emotional weight to the band's complex yet firmly tongue-in-cheek lyricism and set them apart from the self-involved shoe-gazing endemic to the current alt-rock scene.
More impressive than the plot is the flowing and elegant lyricism of Diamant's prose.
Inspired by the life and work of Russian poet Joseph Brodsky, Darren Almond's recent exhibition was a study in strategic contrasts, an orchestrated dialogue between beauty and decay designed to evoke both the lyricism and the melancholy characteristic of the late Nobel Prize-winner's artistic outlook.
The accompanying texts trope the graphic technique, opening with opinion masquerading as fact: ('The time has come for the lyricism of control, for calm as an ideal, for bringing the Virgilian dream, the peace of the countryside enjoyed with the self-consciousness of the city-dweller, into the notion of the city itself') before describing what they found and what they did.
The Antidote is a return to form, as sultry singer Skye Edwards is traded in for feistier Daisy Martey, and the songs here are by far the best they've made in a decade, with catchy hooks and thoughtful lyricism matching the bright, eager sound
A newcomer to fiction, Story writes with the plot-twisting precision of a veteran and a lyricism reminiscent of James Baldwin's novel-turned-serenade Sonny's Blues.
When it was released in the US in 1984 the novel, set in Czechoslovakia at the time of the Soviet invasion, was hailed as an instant classic with Newsweek magazine praising its 'dreamlike lyricism and emotional intensity.
Let me conclude with a quotation which will allow the reader to judge the strengths of this book: the roots of La Fontaine's Fables "fed on everything germinal and vital in the literature of Old France: Roman poetry, medieval romances and fables, the Renaissance of Rome and Touraine, the cultured Catholicism of Francis of Sales and Port-Royal, liberal and humanistic Calvinism, Cornellian generosity, the libertinage of skeptical and Epicurean scholars, the poets' lyricism and science of form, in short everything that could nurture man's knowledge of himself and free him from the power of darkness within himself" (348).