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Bernstein, a strong proponent of eclecticism, mingled avant-garde classical, rock, blues and, of course, his own Broadway-friendly style within the score.
Lyapusov’s views reflect the eclecticism of modern left-wing thinking in Russia.
Show notes called it a reflection on American craft, with an infusion of embroidery and eclecticism.
Kajfes's group doesn't fall back on facile eclecticism either, instead unifying its multifaceted repertoire with a single aesthetic.
His apartment is furnished with impeccable eclecticism, the mid-century leather couch weathered just so.
Likewise, sister’s Chloe and Halle Bailey colorful wardrobe filled with prints and pattern corresponds with the eclecticism found in their music.
That eclecticism -- and Greg Miller's irreverent attitude, yelps and howls -- set the cow-punks apart from the herd.
The room’s winky eclecticism, however, saves it from rote period mimicry.
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