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the lyricism of his paintings
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When compared to the Pantone catalogue, with its lyricism and specificity, the name Gen Z Yellow is beyond annoying.
Mahjoub’s lyricism captures the country’s shifting identity and diversity to paint a moving portrait of a vibrant country stunted by transgression and ethnic division.
The poem illustrates her talent for combining lyricism and musical arrangement into an instrument of activism.
Shifrin played with warm lyricism or high spirits as required.
Meanwhile, with the orchestra in full view, the richness, lyricism, and harmonic complexity of Wagner's music shine in all their glory, with standouts on English horn, bass clarinet, and trumpet.
The debut effort clocks in at 48 minutes through 13 tracks of brash lyricism putting her haters on blast.
In between came Korngold’s gorgeous Violin Concerto, crafted, like the Rachmaninoff work, in the 1940s and full of brilliantly orchestrated, late-Romantic lyricism.
Instead of opening with a grand instrumental delivery of the aria’s memorable tune, Tosca’s arias often start simply and without pomp, so the audience might not even realize an aria has begun until a sudden burst of lyricism arrives.
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LYRICISM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lyricism for English Language Learners
: a quality that expresses deep feelings or emotions in a work of art : an artistically beautiful or expressive quality
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