He pronounced his words with great distinctness and sonority
, and Newman assured him that his way of dealing with the French tongue was very superior to the bewildering chatter that he heard in other mouths.
The choir brought all its gifts of pizzicatoclear diction, a unanimity secured by exemplary attention to the conductor, confident sonority
and well-shaped attack to this deeply-felt piece.
What is not depicted or cannot be portrayed visually are complemented or counterpointed by splendid sonority
He illustrated that sonority
-driven reduction targets vowels with respect to their sonority
It anchored Berger's recent exploration of sonority
in music that's familiar but also, itself, visionary: Bach's aching melodic line somehow never fails to sound anything but fresh and contemporary.
As Kelly notes, the aim of this book "is to identify and trace the evolution of sonority
as a distinctive French modernist strand, seeing it as a central, enduring and consistent preoccupation in French musical traditions from Debussy's generation onwards, which was subjected to transformation in the 1920s and 1930s" (pp.
As God's people, it remains our privilege and responsibility to enrich that sonority
by our faithful response to the news of God's salvific love.
Indeed, the piece is evocative, and the pairing of bassoon and horn, a wonderful combined sonority
too often neglected by composers in chamber music contexts, works beautifully in this new work.
Many linguists invoke sonority
to explain various characteristics of language, but others doubt the adequacy of formal accounts based on sonority
, or even question its existence at all.
Their music has a unique sonority
which I believe will astound everyone.
goes up from the onset to the nucleus (the peak in sonority
) and then down to the coda showing that the syllable ends there.
You cannot produce a beautiful sonority
or combination of sonorities without first hearing the imagined sound in the inner ear.