Through the closed doors came the sounds of the discreet staccato accompaniment of the orchestra, and a single female voice rendering distinctly a musical phrase
It befell, however, that Miss Dora Finch, sitting near Newman in the box, discoursed brilliantly, not only during the entr'actes, but during many of the finest portions of the performance, so that Newman had really come away with an irritated sense that Madame Alboni had a thin, shrill voice, and that her musical phrase
was much garnished with a laugh of the giggling order.
Tan says that the elongation of her limbs often requires a lengthened musical phrase
Children's voices have an extra purity and strength; the innocence with which they sing often complex sentiments in the music can give a musical phrase
I gave her a rule early on in our lessons: every musical phrase
must be played with shaping.
In Zimbabwe, kutsinhira means "to follow one who has cut a path, tilled the soil, put forth a musical phrase
A lifetime''s association with these great Baroque operas - for that is what they are, rather than straight-laced oratorios - means a thorough knowledge of every musical phrase
and nuance of text, whether in German, or, as would have been preferable in this Holy Week devotional rendering, in English.
She had such difficulty technically that the musical phrase
The 32-year-old singer, a child prodigy born to musician parents Pandit Ajoy Chakrabarty and Chandana, could glide over all seven notes with ease and reproduce any musical phrase
effortlessly even as a child.
As Stellaccio and curator Rebecca Cross describe, "Handle for the Axe is a musical phrase
and the instrument is a black and white piano-like aesthetic of Formica and porcelain that is, appropriately and affectionately, reminiscent of sheet music.
Heron is as much a part of the ensemble as the two actors - igniting memories with a simple musical phrase
and using her instrument to create sound effects.
The length of the phrases is usually quite consistent (for example, two--or four-bar phrases), and these phrases are often repeated (consider Eency Weency Spider, in which the initial musical phrase
is either repeated or imitated for each of the following three phrases).