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Even the two minuets have a heftiness uncharacteristic of the form.
But several artists in the exhibition capitalize on heftiness.
He is not necessarily fat-he has the same rumpled heftiness he used to.
That heftiness, however, was offset by a unity so precise that there was no question of flabbiness.
Works by the Viennese Classical composers are played with a heftiness that was common in the 1950's and is only lately coming back into fashion.
For $36 there was a slab of grilled tuna that had heftiness going for it and blandness against it.
Mr. Slatkin gave the opening of the Suppe, for example, an almost Wagnerian heftiness.
The strings, from the opening bars, had a heftiness that veered more in the direction of Schubert than Mozart yet had an irresistible warmth and silkiness.
Among those who love choral music, there are those who love to be swept away by the grandeur, volume and sheer vocal heftiness of a full-scale choir.
The outer movements of the Sibelius and Borodin works held varying positions in the middle ground, with timbral heftiness vying with supple shaping for a place in the spotlight.
He divided the work's materials effectively between the winds and strings, with judicious percussion underpinnings, and he used an interesting telescoping effect in which chamber-scaled sections offset passages of Mahlerian heftiness.
Mr. Stern and Mr. Ma collaborated on a reading of the Haydn that was stylishly contoured except for a momentarily eyebrow-raising first movement cadenza of Brahmsian heftiness.
The moisturizer is thick and creamy, and while I prefer to slather it on at night given its heftiness, gals with dry skin will love that it keeps their skin hydrated well throughout the day.
It has the makings of a crowd-pleaser: Hanson's melodies have a wonderful sweep, and his plush scoring moves between an Impressionistic shimmer and a brassy heftiness that at times seems downright Brucknerian.
There are frequent shifts of musical accent: sometimes the writing evokes the heftiness of Brahms or Dvorak (although the harmonic language is slightly more prickly than theirs), sometimes a more Impressionistic style.
As if to certify its new heftiness, in the middle of "X.Y.U." the band inserted the riff from "Smoke on the Water," by Deep Purple, the epitome of an unrepentant 1970's hard-rock band.
It was as though he had formed his humour into a protective weapon against his own slightness-as though it were some defence against the vastness of Canada where he came from and the heftiness of his Canadian friends.
These old machines have a pleasing tactile heftiness that you would expect of any 900-pound device designed back in the day when offices rang with the din of adding machines and reporters in fedoras banged out stories on their Underwoods.
To that end Mr. Brendel used the resources of the modern Steinway, giving both works a heftiness, power and dynamic breadth different in quality - if not necessarily in spirit - from what either composer could have coaxed from a late-18th-century piano.
The Boston players held up their end of the transaction: the brass and winds played brilliantly, particularly in the finale, the strings brought a wonderful heftiness to the work's most densely scored sections, and the percussionists provided the requisite range of effects, from sparkle to pounding.
There was no pretending that the modern concert grand was a harpsichord, or even anything like one: in both works, Mr. Rangell used the piano's full range of color and dynamics, and parts of the Bach had a Busoni-like heftiness as well as an unflagging drive.
But the researchers from the University of Washington in Seattle were able to circumvent the problem by borrowing from plant and animal breeders a powerful new analysis technique that allows researchers to quickly locate genes responsible for continually varying traits, like the sweetness of tomatoes or heftiness of heifers.