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Synonyms for poet-singer

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Musical events throughout the fortnight feature singer-songwriters Anthony John Clarke and Andy White, Irish fiddle player and Chicago-born guitarist Martin Hayes and Dennis Cahill, and punk poet-singer Jinx Lennon.
One of the most familiar tales is that of Orpheus, the world's leading poet-singer, and Eurydice, his bride killed by a snake on their wedding day.
A second section on "Words and Music" includes essays by Pierre Kunstmann on Gautier's vocabulary and syntax, Robert Clark on his wordplay as a way of evoking "devotional ecstasy," Frederic Billiet on his musical techniques as a poet-singer, Claire Chamiye Couderc on the melodies of his "Saint Leocade" cycle, and Barbara Haggh on his role in popularizing the responsory Gaude, Maria Virgo.
2 SILVER JEWS After fourteen years making music, the Silver Jews, led by poet-singer David Berman, went on tour for the first time, starting on March 10 at the 40 Watt Club in Athens, GA.
La Rondine'' counterposes the star-crossed Magda and Ruggero with the comic squabbling of Magda's high-spirited housemaid Lisette (soprano Sari Gruber) and Lisette's unlikely lover, the poet-singer Prunier (Greg Fedderly).
Using multiple points of view, Askew seeks to build the significance of a poet-singer who mirrors the enduring sounds of the land and the unrest of the displaced.
Fujairah: The Fujairah Cultural and Media Authority (FCMA) is set to host an event to celebrate a traditional musical instrument favoured by poet-singers throughout the Arab world early next month.