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a time period when some activity or skill was at its peak
any period (sometimes imaginary) of great peace and prosperity and happiness
(classical mythology) the first and best age of the world, a time of ideal happiness, prosperity, and innocence
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An imaginative transcription by band member Hayley Lambert of Shostakovich's The Age of Gold
featured exquisite legato playing in the melancholy Adagio before ending with the well-known perky and sardonic Polka.
Age of Gold
Cup winner: 5-4 eight, 13-8 nine,100-30 seven, 8 eleven, 66 ten, 100 twelve.
THE AGE OF GOLD
The California Gold Rush and the New American Dream New York: Doubleday, 2002 549 pp.
These are signs that the monolithic age of gold
has begun to crack.
In the center of the ceiling is a scene of the Age of Gold
, separated from the rest of the frescoes by a Latin inscription.
His music spans nearly every conceivable form from solo piano and chamber music to large choral and orchestral works, from ballets (The Age of Gold
chronicles the adventures of a Soviet football team on tour in a fascist country - the composer was football-mad) to opera and even a kind of musical comedy in Cheryomushki, his ironic tribute to a brave new Moscow housing estate.