I've always hoped to put over things as directly and rawly
as I possibly can, and perhaps, if a thing comes across directly, people feel that that is horrific.
The music seems to me a rawly
beautiful melange of traditional operatic styles, complemented by riffs from pop songs, torch song ballads, and Broadway tunes (sometimes accompanied by big brass, or off-key jazz trumpet), and informed by a kind of brash, modernist dissonance, at times reminiscent of the blousy impertinence of the great Weill/Brecht songs of Threepenny Opera.
head-on; imagistic and s ymbolic rather than rawly
Too often, studies of women's musicmaking are rawly
polarized, concentrating on either the public or the private sphere, on composers or performers.
Walker is an expressionist in the sense that, for him, emotion is conveyed by color and in eloquent, and rawly
But before we get there, we must whisk up the M6 to board the Hemmings jet for Farranfore Airport in County Kerry, and visit the classes of '99 and '98-the 20 rawly
talented two- and three-year-olds doing nursery days at the Monymusk Stud, near Kanturk, County Cork, which was bought on the local advice of the ubiquitous Jerry O'Leary in 1991.
Meyerhold was too clever to expose himself that rawly
and far too much of an artist to create a unidimensional broadside.
The Seattle-based duo's take on electronica is thus rawly
tactile, with a live feel that belies its computerized origins.