Modern Style

Some articles on style, modern style, modern:

Sonny Brogan - 1960s
... for the folk music journal Ceol, in which he outlined his reaction to older melodeon style players and those of the current modern style ... He showed his unease at the new modern style, while distancing himself from the intolerance of puristic commentators like Seán Ó Riada, who accused the modern style ... Even though he had some reservations about the style, Sonny pointed out the attractiveness of the "bright musical tone", which was drawing a new generation of highly skilled players to the ...
Views On The Metronome - Metronome, Strict Rhythm: Modern Performance Practice
... A strict rhythmic performance can be seen as a of Modern performance practice, which - though highly prevalent today - stands in stark contrast, with earlier performance practices ... The traits that distinguish Modern style unyielding tempo, literal reading of dotting and other rhythmic details, and dissonances left unstressed ... Modern style light, impersonal, mechanical, literal, correct, deliberate, consistent, metronomic, and regular ...
List Of French Words And Phrases Used By English Speakers - Not Used As Such in French
... to the German lied or the Italian aria or, in Russian, a cabaret-style sung narrative, usually rendered by a guttural male voice with guitar accompaniment ... people paid to applaud or disturb a piece at the theater in modern French, it means "a slap" clique is used in this sense (but in a pejorative way) ... It is spelled connaisseur in modern French ...

Famous quotes containing the words style and/or modern:

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    Certainly for us of the modern world, with its conflicting claims, its entangled interests, distracted by so many sorrows, so many preoccupations, so bewildering an experience, the problem of unity with ourselves in blitheness and repose, is far harder than it was for the Greek within the simple terms of antique life. Yet, not less than ever, the intellect demands completeness, centrality.
    Walter Pater (1839–1894)