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becoming liquid


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Dellamora's interpretation of Tennyson's letter reflects his preoccupations: "The letter is characterized by tropes of liquescence and assault in which sexual fantasy seems to drift just below a surface of explicit denial (Hallam does not sleep with me).
Marguerite Young's Miss MacIntosh My Darling: Liquescence as Form.
It is also worthy of praise that the main features of original notation are retained through the adoption of slurs for ligatures, smaller note-heads for liquescences, and mordent-like signs for the so-called wave-note, an insular form whose meaning in performance remains essentially undefined (Deeming suggests two possible interpretations, both plausible: the sign could represent some sort of embellishment, or a reiteration of the note).