They accent, punctuate, and lend an element of the humoresque
to the story.
Body and Soul (as well as Garfield's version of Humoresque
, made a year earlier) revisits the Jewish family archetypes that were depicted in these early silent films; Patricia Erens defines these as "the Stern Patriarch, the Prodigal Son, the Rose of the Ghetto .
lt;< L'ironie humoresque
dans La Sorciere >>.
Over the coming decades, David Allison's penchant for the humoresque
would manifest itself repeatedly in California schools and colleges.
Paganini's La Campanella and Dvorak's Humoresque
I must admit that the less-known pieces come off best, the Symphonic Synthesis of Boris Godunov, Tchaikovsky's Humoresque
and Solitude, and, especially, Stokowski's own Traditional Slavic Christmas Music.
Among the anthology's most striking literary selections are Aaron Zeitlin's poem, "The Gallego," in which he contemplates the legacy of the Inquisition; "An Engagement Dinner," Rosa Palatnik's setting of middle-class Brazilian Jewish life in the Fifties; and the Mexican writer Meir Corona's mildly satirical humoresque
"Quite a Bank.
V by Samuel Scheidt, Pavane by Gabriel Faure, "The Casbah of Tetouan" by Kerry Turner, Antonin Dvorak's Humoresque
The tone is Brechtian and the humoresque
music holds echoes of Pound's Mauberley sequence, but the tone of thought is signature Kelly Cherry, accented by the piquant rhyme, "acquire a tan," "Yucatan.
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.
Still, the satiric, black humoresque
, dystopian rather than utopian vision holds sway throughout.