By using this perspective, Dunsby focuses on the intensification of the text that occurs when words are set to music, which stands in opposition to the kind of "songfulness" that Lawrence Kramer discussed in. From Wordnik.com. [Opera Today] Reference
No salon pussyfooting for our Stephen: instead there's soul, fire, songfulness, pathos and passion. From Wordnik.com. [Things to read and hear] Reference
"There were brilliance and drama in his playing, songfulness and excitement," he wrote after Kapell died. From Wordnik.com. [After the Good Die Young] Reference
It takes a few listens to prise its outer layers of idiosyncrasy off to examine the juicy songfulness within. From Wordnik.com. [The Line Of Best Fit] Reference
Here, then, is that oasis of songfulness from the transition from Beethoven's middle to late periods, the little E minor Sonata, Op. From Wordnik.com. [DownWithTyranny!] Reference
Rabelais upon Hudibras, lift him with the songfulness of Shelley, give him a vein of Heinrich Heine, and cover him with the mantle of the. From Wordnik.com. [Complete Short Works of George Meredith] Reference
An admixture of songfulness and nostalgic wistfulness permeates this epic work, and Yoo set the tone from the outset, the woodwinds rife with a scented languor. From Wordnik.com. [Audiophile Audition Headlines] Reference
While they don't project the opening bars of the "Harp" Quartet with the same sense of unbridled songfulness as the Cleveland on Telarc, they do find the lyricism throughout the piece, perhaps Beethoven's most explicitly melodic. From Wordnik.com. [Audiophile Audition Headlines] Reference
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Their cheer and songfulness, this lot, is genuine up to a point-but as the days pile up, as this orgy of Christmas greeting grows daily beyond healthy limits, with no containment in sight before Boxing Day, they settle, themselves, for being more professionally Italian, rolling the odd eye at the lady evacuees, finding techniques of balancing the sack with one hand whilst the other goes playing "dead" - doe, conditionally alive-where the crowds thicken most feminine, directionless ... well, most promising. From Wordnik.com. [Gravity's Rainbow]
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