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“For a while it was thought that this indicated an abrupt end to that enigmatic civilization, but recent excavations prove that Teuchitlán was inhabited continuously for 2,000 years, from the pre-classical period right through to the post-classical.”
“The Grange spawned generations of post-classical houses throughout Britain.”
“The OED marks the original meaning as obsolete, its second meaning as archaic, and the third as the “principal current sense”. quarantine – [thanks Faldone] the original quarantine was the forty days Jesus spent in the desert after his baptism, and in its usage in post-classical Latin and early usage in English, quarantine refers to this or other 40-day periods.”
“The real films of so-called "post-classical Hollywood" were the product of disillusionment and distrust in government.”
“Saturday evening's concert was squarely "post-classical," or experimental classical music, but his compositions have made their way into a plethora of film and TV scores, including The Reader, and even into the realm of the NBA.”
“Part of Hitch's greatness is being both intensely filmic as a director (in a way many classical filmmakers weren't) without over-directing (which is the big post-classical problem).”
“There are two main sources for his earlier musical style: his teacher Carl Czerny's generation of post-classical, pre-Romantic, fast-fingered pianist-composers; and the demonic virtuosity and mysterious personality of Paganini.”
“Nevertheless, these and other post-classical developments in every case need to be interpreted within the framework and context furnished by the classical theories that we have been considering in some detail.”
“This is my own version of a post-classical tile portrait, based on Arthur Rackham's portrayal of her.”
“Or only that Chicago/Rochester type of public choice that seems so neoclassical as opposed to "post-classical".”
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