Schweitzer's interpretative approach greatly influenced the modern understanding of Bach's music.
Often the term Biblical literalism is used as a pejorative to describe or ridicule the interpretative approaches of fundamentalist or evangelical Christians.
Any broad-sweep survey, even one that seems to back off from narrow interpretative approaches, ends up writing history a certain way, and inevitably, by someone's lights, that way is wrong.
Wilhelm Furtwängler felt that Wagner and Bülow, through their interpretative approach, inspired a whole new generation of conductors (including Furtwängler himself).
Chapter two, "Seeking Answers", proceeds to examine the various different interpretative approaches that scholars have taken to the Upper Palaeolithic cave art of Europe.
The linguistic and cultural turns of the mid-twentieth century led to increasingly interpretative, and philosophic approaches to the analysis of society.
Textualism was influential in Australia, and was particularly prominent in the interpretative approach of Sir Garfield Barwick.
Beckett was not open to most interpretative approaches to his work.
Such integrated performances provide the personal interpretative approach, the creative energy and the stylistic unity that can bring out both the uniqueness and the strands of continuity in each piece.
All the performances communicate a tremendous intellectual grasp of the music, although some individual details of interpretative approach may strike the listener as unusually idiosyncratic.