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“The theatrical montage of film clips, photographic and painted projections, and melodical electronic violin glissades to and from mystical heights were at times as dizzying as they were rooted in the wisdom of the ages see slide.”
“If you want to listen to a cringe inducing melodical ode to 'sisterhood,' try Yoko Ono's Sisters Oh Sisters (On Lennon/Ono's lyrically banal Sometime in New York protest album).”
“In the "Troisieme Impromptu" (in G flat major), Op. 51, the rhythmical motion and the melodical form of the two parts that serpentine their lines in opposite directions remind one of the first impromptu (in A flat), but the characters of these pieces are otherwise very unlike.”
“Thusly, I have contrived this precious gem of melodical and lyrical wonderment.”
“Above, ''melodical drawing'' (1976) meant to convey a bird's wing movements.”
“The evening continued on with "Rock and Roll Moves," melodical and haughty.”
“And specially meritorious if we notice that during the early 80's, Spanish music was not at its best: due to the euphoria of having escaped from the censorship that ruled until 1975, Spanish musicians were occupied composing dead easy techno-pop songs, with a notable lack of any melodical or lyrical preoccupation.”
“Selling England by the Pound simply was an even more complete, entirely coherent work as a whole - a melodical celebration of symphonic prog rock flowing seamlessly for the entire running time.”
“In my view, the former is nowhere near as progressive or complete as Selling England by the Pound, while the latter is so many steps behind with regard to lyrical and melodical achievement ...”
“Overall the most gifted band of their era, especially for their unmatchable composition skills which enabled them to create songs that were all complex, melodical and emotional,”
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