- n. an area of the Isle of Man
- From Old Norse eyrr. (Wiktionary)
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“Shortly prior to the meeting, the owners — Tom Hicks and George Gillett — sought to remove Managing Director Christian Purslow and Commercial Director Ian Ayre from the Board, seeking to replace them with Mack Hicks and Lori Kay McCutcheon.”
“(Soundbite of unidentified song from "Ayre") Ms. DAWN UPSHAW (Singer): Aaaah ...”
“(Soundbite of "Wa Habibi (My Love)") Ms. UPSHAW: (Singing in foreign language) (Soundbite of "Ayre" interlude) LUNDEN: There's a completely different musical texture in the interludes between the "Wa Habibi" melody, which features what Osvaldo Golijov calls a contemporary folk instrument: the laptop computer.”
“(Soundbite of "Ayre" interlude) LUNDEN: "Ayre" is all about juxtapositions, not only cultural, but emotional.”
“JEFF LUNDEN reporting: There are plenty of moments in "Ayre" where Dawn Upshaw gets to show off the vocal qualities that made her famous.”
“LUNDEN: Dawn Upshaw is taking "Ayre" on the road across the United States and in England.”
“(Soundbite of unidentified song from "Ayre") Ms. UPSHAW: (Singing in foreign language) Well, he certainly has gotten sounds out of me that I didn't know I had.”
“In "Ayre," which in medieval Spanish means ` air 'or ` melody,' Golijov has for the most part either set traditional folk melodies or texts.”
“SIMON: And you can go behind the creation of "Ayre" on our Web site, npr. org.”
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