In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1lleno de lirismoto wax lyrical about sth/sb
- he waxed lyrical about the painting/about her — puso el cuadro/la puso por las nubes
- It was during this period that he found his voice and produced his greatest lyrical poetry, including the personal manifesto to struggle and to love, A Cloud in Trousers.
- Beamish's taut and lyrical music may even win new admirers.
- You can find masters of any form, be it ballet, capoeira, flamenco or lyrical jazz.
- But nevertheless, she has written emotionally charged music with lyrical directness.
- Here the creaky melodrama is swept away by Tchaikovsky's lyrical music.
- This poetry was lyrical, taking its inspiration from nature and the countryside, and is now generally disregarded as lifeless and conventional.
- Everybody must have this recording in their collection: It is the most sublime music and sophisticated and lyrical jazz ever recorded.
- He takes classes in musical theater, lyrical jazz, contemporary jazz, hip hop and funk.
- He was portrayed as a brilliant lyrical poet, but an ineffectual dreamer whose poetry improved when he outgrew his youthful radicalism.
- On the other hand, Nero's love for lyrical poetry did not stop him from being a tyrant.
- But both her prose and her poetry were extremely lyrical.
- Still, this is, in the end, an above average Kreisleriana, especially effective in the more lyrical music.
- His poetry is sometimes lyrical, sometimes sharply satirical.
- His poetry is neither traditional, nor audaciously experimental, but lyrical and contemporary in themes.
- A major influence in his lyrical visions is the writer Walt Whitman as signposted by the song ‘Leaves of Grass’.
- I Saw Ramallah is an intensely lyrical account of the poet's return to his hometown on the West Bank from protracted exile abroad.
- Her poetry and prose quickly earned for her recognition as one of India's most lyrical and intellectually prolific writers.
- A beautiful and lyrical middle interlude provides a brief respite amid music of unabating virtuosity.
- We have Hysteria for the more lyrical music and Hysteria Underground for the harder, more underground vibe.
- It also features some sublime lyrical poetry to boot.
- This year, tap, ballet, and lyrical jazz will be offered for all levels of students.
- Yet Seferis survived all this, and the lyrical anguish of the poetry is his testament.
- Since he writes neither drama nor epic, he said, his poetry can only be lyrical.
- The accents are at times difficult to understand but add to the appeal of the production and transform Synge's dialogue into lyrical poetry.
- The show combines Jack's unique and spine tingling voice with the lyrical poetry of Jacques Brel and more than a touch of cabaret light and magic.
- Tim Albery's production of Wagner's classic story of growing up, featuring some of his most lyrical music.
- Jordan is a powerful, lyrical writer who explores dark places and finds transparent truths about guilt and innocence.
- There are even elements of The Beatles in some of the choral sections, while her major hero, David Bowie, is said to come through in her unexpected lyrical poetry.
- Boxley Street in east London may not seem a natural source of lyrical poetry.
- The elegant and lyrical sculpture Tango, illustrated at right, is an icon of early twentieth-century American art.
- And even at its most splintered, the music remained intensely lyrical.
- There is no gentle poetry, no lyrical love duet, no sword fighting, no nurse, no doll, no childhood.
- Our music is lyrical, gritty and very original.
- His music unites lyrical Romanticism with the rigours of Baroque and Classical forms.
- The conciseness of its language and the lyrical beauty of its poetry are unequated and it is recognised as one of the greatest literary and spiritual productions of India.
- Are we prepared to take a step towards the thinking poet or the lyrical thinker, with the kind of concentration and pleasure in complexity that he deserves?
- Much of the debate of recent years has done serious damage to Burns' nature as a great lyrical and narrative poet.
- Far from a smutty provocation, the painting is unexpectedly lyrical.
- The lyrical art writing of John Ashbery, Bill Berkson, and Peter Schjeldhal has obvious affinities with Pater's.
- You cannot help notice the remarkable literary, almost lyrical, quality about the work.
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