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At the time of his death 13 years ago, he was the leading voice for photography's expressive powers.
His left hand was renowned for its deft, precise, and expressive powers of execution.
Boston College researchers have found a way to unleash the expressive powers of people who cannot speak or use their lumbs.
Like homosexuals, Mr. Koestenbaum implies, they stand outside society, then move, through their expressive powers, to its center.
(In fairness to Debussy's expressive powers, the two are not mutually exclusive.)
Through him, the full range of expressive powers of which the flute was capable were convincingly displayed to a wider public.
It is testament to Rice's expressive powers that he is able to generate such astonishing intensity within this narrow, well-worn track.
The relationship between the expressive powers of DTIME and other computational resources are very poorly understood.
"The concerns of Words and Music are clearly related to Beckett's general preoccupation with the limitations of the expressive powers of language.
Allmusic awarded the album 4 stars stating "His highly expressive powers and ability to say a lot with a few notes is very much in evidence on this excellent set".
The bomb sculpture was an assignment for a class called "Fundamentals of Artmaking," which the university catalogue describes as designed to encourage "development of the individual's expressive powers."
By 1935, there is some noticeable weakening of the top of her voice but her expressive powers are well-displayed, especially in "Addio del passato" from Verdi's La traviata.
Wolfgang Schöne, as Gyges, utilized his beautiful lower register and his expressive powers to help compensate for the wobble that emerged when he leaned on his top notes too heavily.
Instead of depicting myths or scenes of daily life, Tilem took up "abstract" themes with philosophical or psychological content: using distorted pieces of wood that are endowed with strong expressive powers.
But for it to be quite so good, quite so competitive by any standards, makes it something special.... Expressive powers of this quality remind us of the transcending power of the arts."
The four Brahms pieces from Opus 118 and Opus 119 found Miss Lipson-Gruzen concentrating her expressive powers on small phrases within longer ones and inserting inexplicable hesitations between them.
Thus cut off, Vienna has fermented in its own juices, producing a culture admirable for its erudition, endlessly fascinating in its expressive powers and equally repellent for its morbidity and nastiness.
Ms. Ustvolskaya - who was little known until a few years ago, by which time she was well into her 70's - delights as much as Bach did in the conjoined structural and expressive powers of a strong motif.
Besides improving patients' moods for hours and even days, the tours seem to demonstrate that the disease, while diminishing sufferers' abilities in so many ways, can also sometimes spark interpretive and expressive powers that had previously lay hidden.
"It occurred to me that it would be an intriguing exercise to get four pianists with distinct personalities and approaches and turn them loose on the Ellington song repertory, through which the expressive powers of all four could be brought to bear."
Specifically, Douglas Moore, Harold Morris, Paul Creston, and Bernard Rogers "flatly refute the expressive powers of the cancrizans" whereas Walter Piston, Adolph Weiss, Wallingford Riegger, and Roger Sessions use it often.
And while the claim of holiness would be a bit extreme, the devotion of the Parnassus players to this repertory and the dedication of these composers to the highest ambitions of the art-music tradition do indeed have a religious quality, involving a devout faith in reason and the expressive powers latent in reason's work.
Kathak dancing performed by a dancer who stands and moves about and lasya (the aspect) in which the dancer kneels or remains immobile the whole time except for the (gat) a descriptive passage, performed in a gentle rhythm and tells stories with his expressive powers only, with his face and hands.