muhly


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muhly

(ˈmuːlɪ)
n
(Plants) an American ornamental grass, Muhlenbergia capillaries, with delicate purple flowers
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In two solos, one set to quiet music by Nico Muhly and the other to Kanye West and Jay-/., Stanley stopped time, folding and unfolding his body in that shape-shifting way he has, molding the air around him with his arms, then rippling his shoulders with sinuous, elegant ease.
After creating sound installations for the Victoria & Albert Museum, Dulwich Picture Gallery, and in collaboration with Nico Muhly for the National Gallery in London, he will be performing a programme of 16th- and 17thcentury works, each paired with a 21st-century work, including Alex Mills' Suspensions & Solutions for Viola da Gamba and electronics.
Shocker opera: Winston Graham's shocking 1960s novel "Marnie" has not only inspired an Alfred Hitchcock film, but also now a new opera by composer Nico Muhly. See "Marnie" beamed to select local movie theaters via the Metropolitan Opera Live in HD series on Saturday and on Wednesday.
It's the case of Nico Muhly's Marnie, based on Winston Graham's novel, which in turn inspired Alfred Hitchock's suspenseful thriller.
Zhang, the caretaker, shared in the report that it took her three years to tend to the pink muhly grass, which was even imported from Australia.
Bringing an international flavour to the programme are a series of screenings from New York's Metropolitan Opera House including Verdi's Aida (October 14), La Traviata (December 16), Puccini's La Faniculla del West (October 28), Saint-Saens' biblical adaptation Samson et Dalila (October 21) and Nico Muhly's second new opera for the Met, Marnie (November 11) - a gripping re-imagining of Winston Graham's novel about a beautiful young woman who assumes multiple identities.
Max Richter (Taboo), Jocelyn Pook (King Charles III) and Nico Muhly (Howards End) are also in competition for the Original Music.
The Nico Muhly opera, presented in the Kirkpatrick Auditorium, was directed by David Herendeen, head of OCUs Oklahoma Opera and Music Theatre Company, with Matthew Mailman as music director.
Depredation events involving cattle usually included 1-2 animals whereas sheep depredations often involved multiple sheep per incident (Muhly and Musiani 2009, US Fish and Wildlife Service et al.
(Inland muhly; TAC 4891) is a native grass that occurs in rich woods and is only reported from Dallas County in Texas (Diggs et al.
Here, he chose purple echinacea for its long-lasting petals and golden brown seedpods, plus a pink muhly grass that erupts into clouds of glistening seed heads-a winning combination that celebrates the changing of the season, design: Homestead Design Collective; homesteaddesigncollective.com.
SUFJAN STEVENS ET AL PLANETARIUM HH HHH PLANETARIUM started life as a live project between four obscenely talented musicians: singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens, The National's guitarist and composer Bryce Dessner, modernclassical composer Nico Muhly and drummer and producer James McAlister.