So the Dublin Philharmonic, newly established in the late '90s and on its first American tour - from Florida to California, 49 cities in 66 days, if you can believe it - offers four music programs: one showcasing compositions by contemporary Irish composers; two blending some offbeat, seldom-heard classical compositions as well as a single warhorse
piece; and one, entirely safe, entirely predictable, pure chestnut staple: Beethoven's Coriolan overture and 3rd Piano Concerto and Brahms' 2nd Symphony.
In contrast, BJP benches are full of the old warhorses
, many of them having moved to the twilight of their political career, with merely Manvendra Singh and Dushyant Singh representing the next generation.
are La Mer and Prelude a I'apresmidi d'unfaune.
5) (These epithets show that the chroniclers understood the distinction between warhorses
and horses to escape on.
The spectacular "Planes of Fame" show takes to the air Saturday, May 21, and Sunday, May 22, bringing the sights and sounds of modern military stalwarts and famous aerial warhorses
of the past to the skies over Chino Airport.
He also scuppered the final political moments of old warhorses
who are throwing in the towel.
It could also be one of the other British warhorses
referencing their earlier triumphs here, such as Maggie Smith's brittle taskmistress or Richard Harris' hairily Arthurian headmaster.
McNally is, by the way, yet another wonderful gay writer inexplicably missing from this curious list of nonentities and old warhorses
A lot of the things on their list were the warhorses
, the old chestnuts that we know, that quite frankly I have difficulty even listening to, they are so well-known," he says.
The schedule includes new works and old warhorses
, from Beethoven and Mozart to Leonard Bernstein and George Gershwin.
Why else record two lengthy piano-led instrumentals as well as the Presley warhorses
``All Shook Up'' and ``Jailhouse Rock''?
For one thing, warhorses
like ``Jumpin' Jack Flash'' and ``Honky Tonk Woman'' were shorter and punchier because Jagger didn't have to run around a stage the size of an aircraft carrier, trying to keep a stadium full of people happy.
Would two old warhorses
in the starting rotation, Fernando Valenzuela and Bob Tewksbury, hold up down the stretch?
Bluff, affable and ever strategic, Buchanan mocks the distress of party warhorses
as he seeks a coalition of the politically disaffected and displays his stump power as a polemicist.