Noun(1) the text of a popular song or musical-comedy number(2) a short poem of songlike quality
Verb(1) write lyrics for (a song
Adjective(1) expressing deep emotion(2) used of a singer or singing voice that is light in volume and modest in range(3) relating to or being musical drama(4) of or relating to a category of poetry that expresses emotion (often in a songlike way
(1) Friedrich HÔö£├élderlin is today regarded as one of the greatest lyric poets in the German tongue.(2) Focusing on lyric poetry, Bertram's model examines the dialogic interaction between the poem and the reader.(3) A lyric poet like Thomas had only one material, his own private life and feelings, which he explored with reckless honesty, and outside the poems obsessively guarded its details.(4) But a song may look like nothing at all, or it may look disappointing, and still be a great lyric .(5) All these elements belong within the framework of the lyric , rather than dramatic, tradition.(6) Bogan suffered its loss profoundly, while attempting to understand it as the pattern of the lyric poet's life.(7) I ask da Costa if he is a romantic, knowing from experience that all lyric poets are to some extent tethered by desire - using poetry to write their way through the challenges of the human condition.(8) He has all the notes and is the possessor of a lyric tenor voice.(9) Provenal literature in the medieval period consisted chiefly of the lyric poetry composed by the troubadours for the feudal courts of the Midi, northern Italy, and Spain.(10) In the context of elegy and of lyric , however, this marks a distinct departure, and one that acquires weight as print becomes a commodity consumed by unknown readers.(11) Fitzgerald, a fine lyric poet, neglected today, was able to accommodate his gifts to the buoyancy and basic serenity of the Odyssey.(12) Thus, in a number of discussions, I may have shown a little too much brain to one of my tennis partners, a writer of lyric poetry.(13) I propose that we teach lyric , that we compare poetry.(14) Nor is it obvious that unrequitedness resonates in Petrarchan lyric in quite the way it does in the literature of American conquest.(15) Typical of her verse, this short lyric combines colloquial and archaic vocabulary to localize most of its diction for the imagined audience and yet evoke the language of the English Romantics.(16) The prestigious opera magazine OPERA NOW describes Ailish's voice as ├ö├ç├┐A lyric voice of delicious purity├ö├ç├û.
(1) song lyric :: cân telynegol
1. lyrical ::
2. lyric poem ::
Different Formslyric, lyricism, lyricist, lyricists, lyrics
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