In the opening few moments of Borzage's Humoresque
, an intertitle proclaims that Mama Kantor (Vera Gordon) can be heard by her children above the sound of the elevated trains.
QUITE why Robert Schumann called his Opus 30 a Humoresque
is a bit of a mystery, for this is anything but the skittish caprice that the title might imply.
, directed by Frank Borzage, concerns a concert violinist who returns from service overseas wounded in spirit and both arms.
The painting series entitled as "My Name is the Olive Tree" and "The Garden of the Sun" were perfect representation of nature as well as women either in dramatic, humoresque
attitudes or in an idiomatic manner.
Mel Heifetz opened a coffeehouse, the Humoresque
, at 2036 Sansom Street for the gay and straight folk-singing and poetry-loving crowd.
Endlessly I bonged according to my own chord system Humoresque
, The Talk of the Town, What I'd Say.
In 1959, when he opened Humoresque
, a gay coffee shop where the Mattachine Society held clandestine meetings, police officers even harassed him for kickbacks, he says.
(1920), Hungry Hearts (1922), His People (1925), Surrender (1927), The Younger Generation (1929), and The Symphony of Six Million (1932): all include rich and variegated Jewish characters.
In the preface, the translator Johann Fischart discusses the word not as a humoresque
piece in the tradition of Pliny, but in connection with the image of the Greek satyr Silenus, whose grotesque appearance concealed his internal seriousness.
The two-part programme will also include solos by Gordon Stewart - March on a Yorkshire Tune and Hornpipe Humoresque
, both by Noel Rawsthorne.
Nielsen's lighter side appears in the Humoresque
Bagatelles and there's a picturesque Dance of the Handmaidens.
A The movie was Humoresque
(1946) with a classical score provided by Isaac Stern.