canonic


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appearing in a biblical canon

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of or relating to or required by canon law

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reduced to the simplest and most significant form possible without loss of generality

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conforming to orthodox or recognized rules

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It is part of "a campaign of striving toward right by constantly changing ways of being wrong" (17), and to be effective, it must continually "liberate the idea from what would otherwise be canonic and binding" (125).
Fiery canonic passages with strings in full cry were hair-raisingly accurate and clean-cut, eventually degenerating into a wild , grotesque waltz whipped into frenzy by conductor Ashkenazy.
Now, in the twenty-first century, late Picabia has come to be such a cult item that it may start to reek of the same orthodoxy that made his early work canonic.
Pieces are not discussed at length but are cited for specific features, usually canonic artifice or peculiarities of notational practice.
Various canonic processes and thematic relationships are widespread throughout the five sets of canons.
LEADING COLLATED FIRST ROUND SCORES 65 David Howell; 66 Marcel Siem (Ger),Emanuele Canonic a (Ita); 67 Christian Cevaer (Fra),Steven O'Hara,Colin Montgomerie; 68 Jarrod Moseley (Aus),Mikko Ilonen (Fin), Nobuhito Sato (Jpn),David Carter,Robert Karlsson (Swe),Gary Murphy,Stuart Little;69 Martin Maritz (Rsa),Sven Struver (Ger), Peter Hanson (Swe),Miguel Angel Martin (Spa),Barry Lane,Thomas Levet (Fra),Miles Tunnicliff,Fredrik Andersson (Swe),Simon Khan,Soren Kjeldsen (Den),David Lynn,Paul Casey Selected others: 71 Ian Woosnam 72 Nick Dougherty
Lines and circles evolved and dissolved in canonic perfection.
In this intelligent response we relished all the canonic clarity of the composer's construction, given with a wonderful sense of perspective which refreshed our perception of a piece which increasingly risks the contempt of over-familiarity.
It is not as if most of the repertoire covered here were canonic and therefore truly "fundamental to the study of music.
Gbr and Irl unless stated,par 72): 271Trevor Immelman (Rsa) 65 72 69 65 (pounds 335,561) 272Padraig Harrington 70 68 68 66 (pounds 223,705) 276 Darren Clarke 70 67 70 69, Joakim Haeggman (Swe) 69 72 66 69 (pounds 168,900 each) 277 David Howell 65 71 75 66, Ernie Els (Rsa) 67 72 72 66,Soren Kjeldsen (Den) 70 70 71 66 (pounds 107,400 each) 280 Louis Oosthuizen (Rsa) 69 68 71 72 281Retief Goosen (Rsa) 70 72 69 70,Alex Cejka (Ger) 69 64 76 72 282 Anders Hansen (Den) 68 70 73 71 283 Nick Price (Zim) 74 66 70 73 284 Richard Green (Aus) 70 73 73 68,Emanuele Canonic a (Ita) 68 7672 68,David Carter 71 71 71 71, Jean- Franco is Remesy (Fra) 71 68 73 72,Soren Hansen (Den) 70 71 70 73 Selected Others: 290 Paul Casey70 76 75 69; 293 Nick Dougherty 77 67 78 71
The emphasis was on choreography that embodied the music in simple, often unison designs--a serpentine walk of rolling feet, a sensuous passing of weight, rhythmic interaction with bamboo sticks, but also of elaborate canonic overlays of stepping, chanting, and clapping.
Where the first house made use of such canonic modernist features as flat roofs, and walls as clear planes, Utzon has replaced them in the new house with very Majorcan pitches, stepped gables and heavily-projecting Roman tile copings.
The book is organized into six chapters, each focusing on one or two of the canonic "1-lot Five" recordings made by Armstrong between 1925 and 1928.
The evening began with the 1982 Canonic 3/4 Studies, a youthfully exuberant and highly skillful exploration of the waltz.