MUSIC


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MUSIC

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Multicenter Ultrasound Stenting In Coronary Artery Disease
Musclo Skeletal Intervention Center
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Like all other music, it breathed passion and pathos, and emotions high or tender, in a tongue native to the human heart, wherever educated.
Little Christine asked her father if he had heard the Angel of Music.
Delafield, perfectly master of his instrument and the music, fixed his eye on the countenance of Charlotte, and he experienced a thrill at his heart as he witnessed her lovely face smiling approbation, while his fingers glided over the flute with a rapidity and skill that produced an astonishing variety and gradation of sounds.
Tell him that Rupert Morrison rang up to ask what he was to do with all this great stack of music that's arrived.
We very, very seldom played the piano; we played the flute and the clarinet together, and made good music, too, what there was of it, but we always played the same old tune; it was a very pretty tune --how well I remember it--I wonder when I shall ever get rid of it.
At last the Emperor stopped beside his last partner (he had danced with three) and the music ceased.
As to the grander forms of music, worthy to accompany solemn celebrations, and even to serve as an educating influence according to the ancient conception, I say nothing, for with these we are not immediately concerned.
Abt Vogler' is the richest, deepest, fullest poem on music in the language.
It isn't you we hate, especially," observed the Glass Cat; "it's your dreadful music.
The music of the orchestra subsided, and the music of the human voice floated through the Opera House--the human voice, vibrant with joy and passion and the knowledge which lies behind the veil.
In music she thought him unreasonable, and in the matter of opera not only unreasonable but wilfully perverse.
Music is my passion; and the violin is my favorite instrument.