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Reynolds said that through magical tales, imaginative storytelling, and colorful musicality, audiences of all ages are always captivated by this charming production.
The intention was to make the rhythm of the scenes leap off the page, and thus make the fundamental musicality of the film crystal clear.
Age, hustle and technology aside, another stark difference is their vast musicality -- if techno had dollar bills, Cox would be one of its longstanding presidential mugs, while Garrix stands as a poster boy for EDM.
Eric Garcia struck the right note with the Boise Philharmonic musicians, board and administration with his elegance on the podium, incisive musicality and savvy business instincts.
But there is a lot more intention and musicality in the production and editing.
With its usual technical polish, rich sound and sensitive musicality, the Washington Chorus excelled in that finale, which delivered a genuinely rapturous payoff.
But Chiao always longed to express himself with the same musicality of his father, a tenor whose compositions embodied Chinese folksongs, his mother, a soprano, and his brother, also a tenor.
While still showing off their individual musicalities, the two seem to coexist naturally over an infectious beat that brings together piano, electric bass and other studio stylings.
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