The characters' faces have the expressiveness
of shop mannequins and the scenery looks as if it was created by a low-end PC.
of the color and black and white illustrations tells all, with humor and love.
The other Key reason for the annual excellence of Messiah is the continued employment of the Royal Northern Sinfonia, now established as the ideal BACKING band for this WORK, with enough heft to accompany a large choir and yet displaying all the rhythmic lightness and vibrato-free expressiveness
of a baroque band.
It's only Patton's wonderful expressiveness
- her face looks animated even when at rest - that saves this from being a complete plane crash.
This seems to matter not a whit given the crispness of ensemble, unanimity of tone and artistic expressiveness
demonstrated in the ten works of Tudor polyphony featured here.
She said that she does like to have her body present and just to put it in the voice is quite difficult as you have to put energy into the expressiveness
According to Davies, musical expressiveness
does not reside in its expressing any particular agent's emotions, be that the composer, performer, listener, or a hypothetical musical persona the listener imaginatively projects into music.
Among the topics are towards an argument-based music recommender system, dishonest arguments in debate games, comparing the expressiveness
of argumentation semantics, value-based argumentation for tree-like value graphs, grounded semantics as persuasion dialogue, and argument-based reinforcement learning for RoboCup Keepaway.
It combines the expressiveness
of Maryam al Mousa's artworks, modernity of Munira al Meer's ceramics and paintings, Wadha al Sulaiti's contemporary interpretation of traditional forms and Suad al Salem's building of shapes.
The videotaped lessons revealed that the brass teacher tended to use speech and other metaphors as a favorite way to convey musical expressiveness
to his students.
and our ease with some words is being diluted" Actor Ralph Fiennes "Anarchists threatened the freedom to worship - one of our most basic and hard-fought-for rights" Lord Carey, former archbishop of Canterbury, on the encampment outside St Paul's Cathedral
The personal sources are intriguing, and include knowledge, history character and expressiveness