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classical style

A phrase used to refer to the art and architecture of ancient Greece. Look at these beautiful buildings, all in the classical style. Corinthian columns like this are common in the classical style.
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There are not many ghazal singers in the country, those who know the basics of classical singing.
Although the full proof is very detailed, the main idea behind it is simply that any theory that describes reality must behave like classical theory in some limit.
Gabri, as she is fondly called, started singing when she was just 10 years old but discovered the classical genre when she was 12.
Critique: Accessible to readers of all backgrounds, Beethoven and Me: A Beginner's Guide to Classical Music lives up to its title as an introduction to the history of classical music, including a multitude of lesser-known fascinating facts and amazing incidents about historical composers and their work.
A spokeswoman for the Official Charts Company said: "Classic Quadrophenia will be treated like any other album of contemporary music recorded in a classical style.
The event was held under the aegis of Manipur State Kala Akademi to spread awareness about the classical dance among the youth.
Patiala Gharana is a family, which produced several generations of renowned classical singers.
The trio were out in force at The Classical Brit Awards and all agreed classical music had received a welcome boost from shows such as Britain's Got Talent and X Factor.
com (NASDAQ:AMZN) reported today (12 March) that it has introduced its Classical Music Blowout Store, which sells a selection of more than 2,000 classical music titles.
O'Riley, renowned for his classical reinterpretations of Radiohead's music, will perform works spanning Drake's three influential albums, including such songs as "River Man," "Northern Sky," "Three Hours" and "Pink Moon," reimagined for solo piano.
Blood is a hybrid of classical and jazz musical traditions.
One day, I saw a sign on a bulletin board: "Will trade jazz piano lessons for classical piano lessons.
She had a quality that mingled romantic brio with classical clarity, and over the years appeared in a vast number of roles, from the Sleepwalker in Balanchine's La Sonnambula to the title role in Petit's Carmen, from the Sylph in Bournonville's La Sylphide to Milady de Winter in Flemming Flindt's The Three Musketeers.
Introduction to classical legal rhetoric; a lost heritage.
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