redream

redream

(riːˈdriːm)
vb (tr)
(Psychology) to dream again
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The orchestral Remix, Redream, Reflight, performed at the opening concert by the Tiroler Symphonieorchester Innsbruck conducted by Beat Furrer (for interest we should add that the Czech music presented at the concert also included Leos Janacek's orchestral rhapsody Taras Bulba), was written in 2000 and is one of the most frequently played Smolka works for a large ensemble.
I'mgoing to go away and redream everything and come back as a new me -thank you for being there,''he told fans.
So intensely did she endlessly redream this scene that it appeared in his movie without ever having been filled.
In the orchestral composition Remix, Redream, Reflight a pathetic string unisono dominates.
In this sense, Phillips's pages are dreamworks; he redreams Mallock's dream novel to extract nuggets of personal yet universal meaning.