Mozart enjoyed weaving in musical references (from himself and others) and Widmann's concert overture Con brio cunningly uses the musical gestures from Beethoven's symphonies 7 and 8 - abrupt switches, crescendos and fanfares - but without direct quotation
, into an entertainingly raucous, humorous and slightly wacky fabric.
Brackets [ ] Indicates overlapping talk In Example 1, Bob points to his paper and states his decision to use a direct quotation
from the case study ("I had to pull that out").
Lino added that this was a direct quotation
from the book, Subsidiarity and FederalismbyDavid T.
from Baqli's book elaborating the universal theme of love and its rivalry forces from satanic and base insinuations adds strength to the text.
The most of currencies in the world are quoted through direct quotation
, which means how many units of domestic currency are equal to one unit of foreign currency (according to conventions the one hundred or one thousand units of foreign currency may be used).
Second, Fauset pairs this referential move with liberal direct quotation
from Kavanagh's published writings and letters so as to give readers access to style as well as substance.
Even when the author provides a direct quotation
, she does not cite her source.
and acknowledgement of the source may avoid claims of plagiarism, but copyright issues should be considered separately.
But Sadie gives a reasonable justification for his decision--the apparent need for a reasonably fast gavotte rhythm in the missing section--and in any case, parallels with either Mozart's direct quotation
of vocal music in an instrumental work (such as the finale of K.
"We have also agreed that the use of direct quotation
from the documents should be the minimum necessary to enable the inquiry to articulate its conclusions."
Moisture."--or by direct quotation
from figures such as Nicole Cooley, Claude Levi-Strauss, and Da Vinci.