Looking back neither in anger nor anguish but bewildered gratitude, I burble with thanks to Reason's Bob Poole and Marty Zupan, who hired me all those years ago: me, a 25-year-old kid with a liberal Democratic (well, Moynihanesque, which is not quite the same thing) pedigree whose influences were a gallimaufry
of the Beats, the local colorists of the 19th century, late '70s and early '80s punk rock, and a Loco Foco/Sons of the Wild Jackass/Huey Long-soaked populism--tendencies quite foreign to Reasons techno-libertarian gestalt.
The final section in the volume is something of a gallimaufry
, with essays on the symphony orchestra in the eighteenth and twenty-first centuries flanking discussions of the Beethoven effect and of the program symphony in the nineteenth century, and explorations of symphonic reception in early Soviet Russia and twentieth-century Britain.
In the Nov 2012 Word Ways, Solomon Golomb created five Invariants; here is a gallimaufry
covering most of the alphabet:
But as canonical critics of Fletcher like Eugene Waith and Philip Finkelpearl have demonstrated, the Fletcherian canon does achieve an artistic consistency that transcends the notion of tragicomedy as a generic gallimaufry
24) The audience's loyalties perhaps largely predecided, their expectations probably clear from the bill, the gallimaufry
nature of the contest appears far less objectionable to them than its foreclosure, which robs them of their pleasure and defrauds them of their payment.
com Burns Night Ceilidh Celebrate Burns Night with Ceilidh band Gallimaufry
Here, the rut is a gallimaufry
of events; at any given time you can get widely varying opinions on what the deer are doing.
Although highly accomplished, 2010's Goodbye Falkenburg was a bit of a gallimaufry
London, August 27 ( ANI ): Words like notspot, ringxiety and intoxicated are among a list of 1,000 new words and phrases included in the Word Lover's Gallimaufry
, a special section of the latest edition of the Chambers Thesaurus that focuses on how our language is evolving.
The two ever-present soloists, Joanna MacGregor's pianism florid and discreet by turns, Cynthia Millar bringing a lifetime of experience in this piece with the gallimaufry
of kit which makes up the Star Trek-sounding Ondes Martenot, knew how to balance their contributions to the work of the orchestra, and acknowledged their young colleagues genuinely at the end.
Musicologist, radio producer, and presenter Dick Spottswood has put together an attractive Mainer miscellany, an American musical gallimaufry
The pervasive communal atmosphere resulted in a gallimaufry
of participants, somehow brought together by having helped tend a first firing somewhere, years or decades before, and catching a happy contagion leading to airline tickets and here we were.