Sturm und Drang

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Synonyms for Sturm und Drang

a state of uneasiness and usually resentment brewing to an eventual explosion

Synonyms for Sturm und Drang

a state of violent disturbance and disorder (as in politics or social conditions generally)

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Scholars disagree concerning the extent to which the classical period styles of the Sturm und Drang and Empfindsamkeit, the more ongoing use of ombra techniques for terrifying scenes on the operatic stage, and the free fantasia style in keyboard playing constitute direct links to romantic aesthetics and techniques after 1800.
The air of tranquility in Vicente's paintings--even in Storm, 1999, with its flashes of orange on a soft purple ground--contrasts with de Kooning's work, which always retained, if in modified form, a Sturm und Drang.
Einige grundlegende Rousseausche Ideen uben einen tiefen Einfluss auf ihn aus und werden nach und nach in seine Gedankenwelt eingebaut, die dann zu Leitideen auch des Sturm und Drang werden.
There was much sturm und drang after Magic Hat was taken over by North American Breweries, but based on the evidence of our tastings, Magic Hat is turning out better beers than ever before.
And, amidst the Sturm und Drang of excessive top-executive pay, Media General also reported last week that its top executives had taken pay cuts when comparing 2010 to 2011.
But Einstein, and Hanoch, and everyone else who came before Kaveret were largely content with merely translating the sturm und drang of American and European popular music into HebrewHanoch as an Israeli Beatle, Einstein as Tel Aviv's answer to Jacques Brelwhile Kaveret came up with a sound all of its own.
For a start, Blanning traces the early stirrings of romanticism back to the mid-18th century, pointing to Rousseau's La Nouvelle Heloise and Confessions as well as the Sturm und Drang of Goethe and his contemporaries and Horace Walpole's Gothicism.
That is, he distinguishes that form of passivity and its externally imposed impotence, from the form that has arisen over recent decades in the study of the literary Sturm und Drang, which tends to involve self-castigation and melancholy.
The creation of Faust spanned several ages from the Sturm und Drang (Storm and Stress) movement through Weimar Classicism and into the beginnings of the Romantic era.
As Cortese noted, it is one of only two minor-key symphonies in the composer's output (both in G minor) and is a good example of Sturm und Drang.
WITH ALL OF THIS YEAR'S STURM und Drang (storm and stress), now is the time to figure out your next big move for your business, career, and life.
Now, it appears that the structure of the race -- after all the sturm und drang of the convention period -- ends up not all that different than when the conventions began.
All the Sturm und Drang of the offscreen pageantry functions as mere pretext for the richness of emotions that flit across their watching faces.
Other writers analysed in the broad and deep span of this study include: Butor (L'Emploi du temps, where Manchester/Bleston, the ironically named Blessed Town, plays a central role), Steinbeck (East of Eden), Hermann Hesse (Demian), Unamuno (Abel Sanchez), various dramatists of the Sturm und Drang, as well as, of course, much industrious biblical exegesis, medieval moralities, and Romantic inversions.
His musical idiom was influenced in significant ways by two partially overlapping movements that played a major role above all in the German literature of the time, but also found expression in music--Empfindsamkeit and Sturm und Drang.