In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- I have always found it astounding that the lyricist of a song which almost ended up as our National Anthem never even visited our island nation.
- Javed Akhtar is responsible for many of my successes, being the lyricist of the songs that I sung.
- The songs written by a young lyricist, Nandakumar, focus on maternal affection.
- Songs from the '20s, '30s and '40s represent collaboration with lyricists Oscar Hammerstein II, Ira Gershwin and others.
- The composers and lyricists are scarcely remembered today, but the music-hall song set the wheels of Tin Pan Alley in motion, established the practice of song plugging, and founded a new industry.
- The public rendering of songs is not wrong if due acknowledgement is given to the lyricist, composer and musicians.
- He contributes at least as much wit as his lyricists.
- It is so because the ghazals are written predominantly by male lyricists.
- Hence the lyricists are forced to write such verses.
- Rennie is a gifted lyricist, and the songs are full of great lines and images.
- He started out in ‘show business’ as a singing waiter, deciding to write lyrics because lyricists got paid more than singers.
- I think a lot of lyricists are poets and writers.
- He seemed such a beautiful and troubled person, so talented, I'm glad I learnt that he was also a fantastic artist as well as lyricist and song writer.
- The songs were composed by lyricists Shakeel Badayuni or Sahir Ludhianvi, set to music by Naushad Ali and sung by Mohamad Rafi.
- The evening will encompass the well-known as well as the recherché material of these writers, be they lyricists or musicians.
- She is trying her hand at becoming a music composer and a lyricist.
- Gray the lyricist knows that a song is more than just good music and it's the lyrics that make his albums powerful.
- Both country music lyricists and Elizabethan lyricists emphasize figurative language.
- We think the lyricist was a musical comedian and the song was written about 1900, maybe slightly earlier.
- As one of his favourite lyricists wrote: ‘Who can ask for anything more‘?
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Many words formed by the addition of the suffix –ster are now obsolete - which ones are due a resurgence?
As their breed names often attest, dogs are a truly international bunch. Let’s take a look at 12 different dog breed names and their backstories.