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The site, started by Montrealer Justin Saunders, is a virtually endless stream of mesmerizing cool: photos of tonal interiors, elegant cars, gorgeous women, architect style, upscale memes—the list goes on.
All utilize dance rhythms or folk melodies, and employ a mostly tonal but astringent musical language.
The tonal pattern Tylan came up with has a true underwater feel.
The slow movement was a serene song without words, rendered with the utmost sensitivity and exceptional tonal refinement.
The tonal chanting reverberated in my chest and my forehead and actually quieted my mind, like a first glass of wine (or sake).
Once Milne's first two Pooh books start flying off the shelves - thanks to a public seeking solace in the aftermath of a ruinous war - the movie experiences a jarring tonal shift that some critics chastised in early reviews.
Our Kevin here is played by Jason Ritter, scrappy and sincere, and strong enough to keep the whole thing afloat despite tonal inconsistencies that would sink other shows.
Rodriguez’s music is clearly tonal with a strong pulse
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