“By the same token, the vivid portrayal of the Last Judgment that Verdi incorporated into the "Dies irae" movement of his Requiem, with its minor-key trumpet calls and bomblike thwacks on the bass drum, is as exciting as any of his operas—and as "pictorial" as "Jesus Mocked by the Soldiers.”
“Jackson strikes out, but then Raburn thwacks another home run.”
“Ringo drummer Ralph Castelli, for instance, simply "thwacks away in the background, looking appropriately laid-back.”
“This season, though, he is playing better and he really thwacks his reverse sweep more than ever.”
“Even from behind the drum kit, White preened incessantly, twirling his drumsticks between thwacks and leaping to his feet after his most riotous drum fills.”
“Even from behind the drum kit, White preened incessantly, twirling his drum sticks between thwacks and leaping to his feet after his most riotous drum fills.”
“On a set of excitingly recorded super audio CDs from Haennsler Classic, conductor Sylvain Cambreling punches home the large-scale moments -- including the most breathtaking "Dies Irae" bass-drum thwacks on record -- but the early-music purity of the choral singing (again, the EuropaChorAkademie) and subtle playing from the fine SWR Sinfonieorchester Baden-Baden und Freiburg suggest an even keener engagement with the contemplative side of this music.”
“Her leg comes up in a roundhouse—two loud thwacks as she spins and connects twice before the man can even recoil—and Johann the Lizard Man hits the floor.”
“The metal buckle met skin with sharp thwacks and dull thumps.”
“Seward took a couple of swings at the rim, thwacks and twangs rang though the otherwise silent shop.”
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