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The improvement may have been genuine as fillies can progress dramatically at this stage of the season but, while Set To Music should appreciate the step up to 1m61/2f, the form is unconvincing and this looks a stiffer test.
DFS Park Hill Stakes 3.00 Doncaster 1m61/2f G2 C4/ATR Card page 57 Key stat Clive Cox (Polly's Mark) shows a pounds 32 profit in Listed/Group races at the track in the past five seasons THE QUEEN has waited 34 years since her last success in a British Classic, but while Carlton House was unable to end the royal drought, the monarch's silks could be carried to a Classic victory of sorts this afternoon, when her rapidly-improving Set To Music seeks to justify favouritism in the race traditionally referred to as the fillies' St Leger.
In contrast, Elam's Breakfast With You, a love duet set to music by Judy Collins and Leonard Cohen, portrayed the choreographer and Jocelyn Frost Tobias as separate beings who struggled with togetherness.
THE Queen's Set To Music, one of three two-year-olds bred by the Aga Khan in Her Majesty's ownership this season, faces 16 unraced rivals when she makes her debut in the 7f fillies' maiden (3.45) at Newmarket today.
The Four Humours, the latest collaboration between Barnett and Wolken--they are the only artistic directors who continue to work together--was included in the same evening as their 2000 work Davenen, set to music by Frank London as played by the Klezmatics.
It includes top handicapper Major Bluff, a genuine contender for the R1 million J & B Met, and two classic contenders in Set To Music (owned by stepmother Lynda) and Winter Solstice.
Most of the numbers were set to music by pop and rap artists that the kids chose, like Shaggy, Usher, Jay-Z, and P.
Set to music by Roy Brooks, Branford Marsalis, M'Bemba Bangoura, and Dizzy Gillespie, the piece suggests an abstract tale of elders and youngers--"kings and servants," Brown mentions in program notes.
Grand-Moultrie's Pulse was a driving, pure dance work set to music by United Future Organization.
Davis says one of her most successful pieces was set to music she didn't even choose.
In Easter Freeway Processional (1983), set to music by Philip Glass, tenderness underscores the relationships between the eight dancers who might belong to a single family.
World famous contemporary composer and pianist Stefanos Korkolis accompanied by the exceptional singer Sofia Manousaki invite the public on a unique voyage into the magical world of the set to music poetry.
1 What is the Latin name of the prayer Hail Mary, set to music by many composers?
best new app STUDYTRACKS ios and android, free with in-app purchases STUDYTRACKS marries learning with beats, and tries to take advantage of the way lyrics set to music can stick in our heads.
The Fundamental Conduit group is hosting a free improvisation and open mic night at St Matthew's Church, Paisley, where your writing can be set to music by fantastic musicians.