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There was in the Brahms none of the mysterious and marvelous alchemy by which a great conductor can bring soloist, orchestra and music to ultimate fusion.
from Brown Corpus
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There and was
There was brush, and stands of pine that no grass could grow under, and places so steep that cattle wouldn't stop to graze.
There was an artificial lake just out of sight in the first stand of trees, fed by a half dozen springs that popped out of the ground above the hillside orchard.
There a dozen giant monitors played their seventy-five-foot jets of water against the huge seam of tertiary gravel which was the mountainside.
There was only one place where the mountain might receive her -- that unnamed, unnameable pool harbored in its secret bosom.
There was a peculiar density about it, a thick substance that could be sensed but never identified, never actually perceived.
There was some idle talk, a listless discussion of this or that small happening during the day's drive.
There was a feeling that this mission would be canceled like all the others and that this muddy wet dark world of combat would go on forever.
There had been a good second or two during which my muffler had been blowing out, and now I was certain I'd seen her somewhere before.
There was something about the contour of her face, her smile that was like New Orleans sunshine, the way she held her head, the way she walked -- there was scarcely anything she did which did not fascinate me.
There and Brahms
There were no Toscanini telecasts in 1950, but they resumed from Carnegie Hall on November 3, 1951, with Weber's overture to Euryanthe and Brahms ' Symphony No. 1.
There is also Hungarian music in the film, using pieces of music such as Brahms " Hungarian Dance No. 5 " in a scene where Taeko is eating lunch, and making references to Hungarian musicians when she is in the car with Toshio.
There are several examples of 19th and 20th Century chorale preludes, for instance, the Eleven Chorale Preludes by Johannes Brahms, Max Reger's and Samuel Barber's.
There are many notable works in this tradition, including those by Palestrina, Tomás Luis de Victoria, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Hector Berlioz, Johannes Brahms, Anton Bruckner, Gabriel Fauré, Franz Liszt, Giuseppe Verdi, Benjamin Britten, Maurice Duruflé, György Ligeti, Krzysztof Penderecki and Igor Stravinsky.
There is space for doubts, though, as to whether these pieces actually constitute a cycle or they were arbitrarily united by Brahms ( the third piece was written on different paper sheets than the first two even though there were empty sheets after the second one ).
The Times noted the influence of Wagner and Brahms: " There are characteristic reminiscences of Parsifal … and rhythmically the chief theme looks like an offspring of Brahms " but concluded " it is not only an original work, but one of the most original and most important that has been added to the stock of recent music.
There and none
There are more poems dated in the 1890's than in the '80's -- Hardy had apparently resumed the viewless wings as he decreased the volume of his fiction -- but none in 1891, the year of Tess, and only one in 1895, the year of Jude.
There were unclaimed square miles of seating space around them, but he appreciated the kindliness of her gesture none the less.
There is none on public display in Cambridge, but there is a large collection in the Toledo Museum of Art.
There is as yet no carbon audit regime for all such markets globally, and none is specified in the Kyoto Protocol.
By the autumn of 1559 several foreign suitors were vying for Elizabeth's hand ; their impatient envoys engaged in ever more scandalous talk and reported that a marriage with her favourite was not welcome in England: " There is not a man who does not cry out on him and her with indignation ... she will marry none but the favoured Robert ".
There were no significant mineral resources — none of the gold or diamonds that attracted so many to South Africa.
There are also stone labyrinths on the Isles of Scilly, although none is known to date from before the nineteenth century.
There is a little-known coda to the Milgram Experiment, reported by Philip Zimbardo: none of the participants who refused to administer the final shocks insisted that the experiment itself be terminated, nor left the room to check the health of the victim without requesting permission to leave, as per Milgram's notes and recollections, when Zimbardo asked him about that point.
In return, the King rewarded Macau with the addition of the words " There is none more Loyal " to its existing title.
" Muslim, Christian, Jew / Here's a little somethin ' I thought you knew / There is only one God and God is one / The rich praises none.
There have been several attempts to produce a true implementation of the relational database model as originally defined by Codd and explained by Date, Darwen and others, but none have been popular successes so far.
There was another outbreak of measles in 1843 and it was noted that none of those who survived the 1807 outbreak contracted the disease a second time.
There was no standard gauge for horse railways, but there were rough groupings: in the north of England none were less than.
There have been a number of published interpretations of how one should determine what constitutes ' harming none '.
There is little evidence for this, however, and none at all for the later rumour that he had poisoned Anne.
Therefore, the informal sentence " Il y en a plus " can be pronounced with the final " s " to mean, " There is more ", or without to mean, " There is none left ".