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singingly

(ˈsɪŋɪŋlɪ)
adv
in a singing manner
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And if many essays were workmanlike and obedient, the best would be singingly brilliant.
It carries on singingly from there, and, as Ammons writes earlier, "If this is not the best poem of the // century, can it be about the worst poem of the / century: it comes, at least, toward the end, // so a long tracing of bad stuff can swell / under its measure." It may be that Garbage is a poem about the worst poem of the last century, the century's detritus, and that a tracing of bad stuff--not bad stuff itself but writing approximating bad stuff--is needed for its radiances to become visible and audible on the choppy surface.
The young Hungarian Eniko Magyar was the delicate, sensitive soloist, her intertwining with the many-layered orchestral textures so beautifully delivered, her tone singingly dark and mellow.