Definition of soundscape
: a mélange of musical and sometimes nonmusical sounds
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In fact, the entire ocean is a more vibrant, dynamic soundscape than most people realize.
Though there’s much to savor in the picture’s lavishly distressed visuals and soundscape, its narrative feels increasingly stretched and desultory.
Andrea Lauer’s fetching variety of costumes are complemented by Stephen Strawbridge’s rich lighting and Sten Severson’s often haunting musical soundscape.
The 12-track soundscape features Georgia’s finest lyricists like Killer Mike, Gucci Mane, Sleepy Brown, and Jeezy.
Barbara Samuels’s lighting and Mr. Williams’s soundscape have a subtle, insinuating ominousness.
Lounge poolside or post up in a private cabana while local DJs spin splashy soundscapes.
The staging here gets bogged down from time to time with cumbersome scene changes, though the musical underscoring in Ronnie Malley's original soundscape provides lively accompaniment.
The profound inwardness that marks the Biber violin sonatas also informs Zivkovic's surreal soundscape, winner of the prestigious Grawemeyer Award for Music Composition in 2014, heard in its Chicago premiere.
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