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resembling the sound of a brass instrument

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unrestrained by convention or propriety

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Not only that, her six jailmates include other crime passionnel "victims" (that is, murderesses) overseen but not overlooked by Matron "Mama" Morton (Marcia Lewis), the ultimate pro at quid pro quo, as she brassily proclaims in her big song, "When You're Good to Mama."
Well before Bataille, Kleist, Hoffman etc., made trial of Hegelian idealism, of the cloturing dialectic of recognition: the German Romantics sung brazenly brassily in brass of spending and waste.
is, but neither is it as dreadfully earnest as Les Misorables or as brassily numbskulled as Starlight Express.
Behind them the City Police and the Railway Police with the Military Band brassily booming away, followed by the Lord Mayor and corporation and the sculptors whose symbolic statuary (Music and Poetry, Commerce and Industry) gleams down still today.
Mr Clean recalls Buffalo Springfield, Anyway The Wind Blows is brassily funky and It Don't Get Much Better Than This says it all.
On Monday in Beatrice and Benedict, they showed what an idiomatic Berlioz sound they make, light, translucent and brassily weighty where appropriate.
Potentially big things in small packages include "The Donkey Show," "Bomb-itty of Errors," "Naked Boys Singing," "Our Sinatra," "Dirty Blonde," the incoming "Big Bang" and "Bat Boy," and a whole subgenre of high-concept shows that feature plenty of music but tend to eschew the' musical moniker, shows like "Blue Man Group," "Stomp" and "De La Guarda." Also in this category is "Squonk," which is brassily defying all the others by starting previews on Feb.
The Martins - long-suffering mum (Kathy Burke), pregnant 14-year-old daughter (Terri Dumont), bewildered nine-year-old son (Eric Byrne) and brassily bellicose mother-in-law (Linda Bassett) - are supposed to be the family from hell.
Brassily epic sounds at its opening give way to a minimalist subtext with a driving onward momentum tintinnabulations often implied but rarely st