And don't forget to listen for the soft whir
of a tiny green bird.
CREMASTER composer Jonathan Bepler produced the sound track, transforming organic sounds like breathing and heartbeats into a rhythmic, meditative whir
. "I think in a way that for the first time I'm exploring the body," Marder says.
Witness her whir
of bourrees when she meets the beggar.
A mysterious whir
of motors filled the exhibition space--it emanated fro m the platforms, which were visible only by dint of the lights they carried.
Kris Kristofferson (who, thank the desert stars, has always been an infinitely better actor than he is a country singer) is one such hombre, back from the jungle to his sleepy California town and still hearing chopper blades whir
as he cleans and oils his shotguns.
THE world's oldest working digital computer will whir
back to life today after 20 years stuck in storage.
blurred plane, not wanting film to whir
to life this stew
Microphones block the way, cameras whir
, lights flash.
The painting's cultural references whir
so fast, and the visual field buzzes so intensely, that the puzzle pieces seem about to be shaken loose from the support.
Here the piano music issuing from its three studios blends with the beat of teachers' counts or the whir
of twenty-five pairs of feet slipping through degages.
The film whirs
gently for the first hour and only really kicks into gear once the boy inserts Isabelle's heart-shaped key into the automaton.
--The film an old one, whirring the way memory whirs
They are connected by zig-zagging metal stairs and an appealing little goods lift that whirs
up and down sparking light.