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The slow movement was a serene song without words, rendered with the utmost sensitivity and exceptional tonal refinement.
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.
The tonal pattern Tylan came up with has a true underwater feel.
All utilize dance rhythms or folk melodies, and employ a mostly tonal but astringent musical language.
The tonal choice of accessories made Hadid’s mile-long legs look that much longer, and felt infinitely more polished than a sneaker.
The girls’ pinafores let Sargent deploy multiple shades of white, enriching the painting’s tonal contrasts.
And so a featurette that centers on truly silly jokes and big, showy production numbers — even animated — is a bit of a tonal shift.
There’s even a little tonal similarity between Thor and Thompson’s Valkyrie, who’s as tough as our hero is if not a bit drunker, and Star-Lord and Gamora.
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