Or, it might more fancifully be compared to a joyous piece of music
, played with wild vivacity, but upon a disordered instrument.
He looked at a pretty girl as he would have listened to a piece of music
They played one piece of music
which lasted forty minutes.
Such was the discomfort she felt when forced to sit through an unsatisfactory piece of music
I wanted very much to hear a certain piece of music
, so I went to the general two or three times to ask him; he said to me, 'Go about your business, for I am engaged.
And he sat down to the piano, and rattled a lively piece of music
The piece of music
used on the new Coca-Cola advert brought back some fond memories for me.
He chooses a piece of music
which his teacher suggests may be too difficult, but Bell is determined: it's a piece of music
A WIRRAL student is one of seven young composers chosen by a panel of judges from Classic FM and the Royal Philharmonic Society to write a new piece of music
to celebrate the radio station's 25th birthday.
COVENTRY Artspace has launched the City Arcadia Festival with a brilliant new piece of music
by artist Rob Hamp.
A PIECE of music
commemorating the Aberfan disaster composed by a teacher who lost three pupils in the tragedy will be performed next month.
15) of interest and was reminded of the thoughts I had when I was told by someone several years ago that a registrar had refused to allow an accepted well known piece of music
during a wedding ceremony.
The research investigated the effects of what the researchers described as Self-Identified Sad Music (SISM) on people's moods, paying particular attention to their reasons for choosing a particular piece of music
when they were experiencing sadness - and the effect it had on them.
Two years ago I was working on a duet - music and dance - with Bradley and we chose a piece of music
by Bela Bartok," recalls Vivien.
Their first challenge is to engage young people in creating a new piece of music
that represents the proud and illustrious history of the North East.