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  Lyrics at Lyric Mania
Lyric Mania is your number one source for all your lyrics needs!
To find the lyrics you're looking for you can either use our search function or browse our lyrics archive.
All lyrics presented may be copyrighted by the respective owners, artists and labels.
www.lyricmania.com   (44 words)

  Lyric - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lyrics, the composition in verse which is sung to a melody to constitute a song
Lyric is a classification of the human voice in European classical music.
Lyric, a single released in June 2003 by the "indie supergroup" Zwan.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lyric   (179 words)

 Lyric poetry - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lyric poetry is a form of poetry that does not attempt to tell a story, as do epic poetry and dramatic poetry, but is of a more personal nature instead.
Although lyric poetry has a long and close association with love, and European lyric poetry in the vernacular arose with the courtly love tradition, it is not exclusively love poetry.
Although arguably the most popular form of lyric poetry in the Western tradition is the 14-line sonnet, either in its Petrarchan or its Shakespearean form, lyric poetry appears in a bewildering variety of forms.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lyric_poetry   (741 words)

 Vocal weight - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Soubrette roles are often covered by light lyrics and lyric coloraturas as well.
Renee Fleming is arguably a spinto at this point in her career and Kelly Rowland of Destiny's Child can be classified as a spinto soprano because of the power of her voice but the lyric quality that reaches soprano standards.
Roles are often sung by lyric baritones and vice-versa.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Vocal_weight   (1250 words)

 lyric on Encyclopedia.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
LYRIC [lyric] in ancient Greece, a poem accompanied by a musical instrument, usually a lyre.
In the Middle Ages the lyric form was common in Christian hymns, in folk songs, and in the songs of troubadours.
Deadly love: Lyric Benson was a stunning, talented, up-and-coming actress when she was gunned down by her former fiance.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/l1/lyric.asp   (442 words)

 Archaic Greek Lyric
Lyric monody names that form of lyric composed for a single performer to either sing or read aloud for the pleasure of another or others (including divinities), on mostly secular occasions such as symposia or private invocations that might be erotically charged.
Choral lyric refers to poems composed to be sung by a chorus, on sacred (i.e.
Lyrics were generally composed in one of two meters: the elegiac couplet, based on the Homeric hexameter, or the iambic in a six beat verse, called the trimeter.
academic.reed.edu /humanities/110Tech/lyric.html   (446 words)

 Reading Lyric Poetry
We also know how to recognize a lyric poem when we see one (more important than we might at first think), as well as how, in general, we are expected to read it.
In these and several other ways, lyric poems resemble two other kinds of "texts" with which we are quite familiar: ninety-second popular songs and fifteen-second television commercials.
Both of these conventions of the nineteenth century lyric-- emphasis on everyday events and on a "story" that exists mostly for the feelings it expresses--may be seen operating in a great many commercials and popular songs today (think of any Country and Western song).
academic.brooklyn.cuny.edu /english/melani/cs6/read_lyr.html   (696 words)

 Hobart and William Smith Colleges :: Academic Community: Seneca Review/Lyric Essay
The lyric essay partakes of the poem in its density and shapeliness, its distillation of ideas and musicality of language.
The lyric essay stalks its subject like quarry but is never content to merely explain or confess.
Yet in the lyric essay the voice is often more reticent, almost coy, aware of the compliment it pays the reader by dint of understatement.
www.hws.edu /academics/community/senecareview/lyricessay.asp   (675 words)

 The UVic Writer's Guide; Lyric   (Site not responding. Last check: )
A lyric is a relatively short non-narrative poem in which the first-person speaker expresses thoughts and feelings--not necessarily those of the poet.
The lyric may consist of solitary contemplation, or be addressed to someone else, as in Wordsworth's "Tintern Abbey" (1798) (see dramatic lyric, and dramatic monologue).
The lyric is the most common type of poetry, ranging from short expressions of a speaker's mind to the lengthy elegy and ode; it may include statements of personal values (Milton's "L'Allegro" and "Il Penseroso" [1631]), observations and meditations (Arnold's "Dover Beach" [1867]), and expressions of love.
web.uvic.ca /wguide/Pages/LTLyric.html   (169 words)

 Welcome to Lyric County   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Sadly, the life of Lyric County has come to an end.
Lyric County has outgrown the web space provide free by angelfire.com, and as we have received little support, we cannot afford to maintain a paid for service.
Please remember to type "I'm looking for lyrics" in the subject line, and provide as many details as you can.
www.angelfire.com /music5/lyric_county   (88 words)

 Lyric Concurrent Programming Language   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Lyric is a concurrent programming language, which is under development at Myricom for use on multicomputers based on Myricom's LANai chipset.
While every effort is being made to provide prototype software and documentation consistent with the future versions of lyric, the prototype software and documentation provided here are subject to change without notice.
The lyric compiler, which is a modified version of gcc-2.7.2 is available as a
www.myri.com /lyric   (477 words)

 Lyric Theatre   (Site not responding. Last check: )
The Lyric Theatre was built in 1903 by the Shubert Brothers.
The Lyric housed the American debut of Ibsen's The Lady and the Sea in 1911.
The end of live theatre at the Lyric came in 1934, when it was converted into a movie house.
web.bvu.edu /faculty/whitlatch/42nd/lyric.htm   (425 words)

 The Lyric Encyclopedia of Raymond Queneau   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Although his humour, playfulness and forward-looking views led him briefly to become a member of the Surrealist movement in the 1920s, he could never be reconciled with their rejection of reason and scientific knowledge in favour of the caprices of the unconscious.
Queneau himself made contributions to the field of mathematics called combinatorics, but it is more than his curiosity or sympathy with science which leads Hale to describe him as a lyric encyclopaedist.
The investigation and application of mathematical form pervades and in-forms both the novels and poetry of Queneau, yet, in such a personal and imaginative way that his work is a shining example of how an artist can work towards the unification of human experience and knowledge through a poetic transformation of materials.
www.nous.org.uk /Hale.html   (325 words)

 :: SHOWstudio ::
Twelve leading creatives from the fields of fashion, music and image-making have come together to produce eight distinct projects under the mantle of 'Lyric', an umbrella project that pioneers creative ground using the latest 'third generation' mobile-imaging technologies.
Each contributor, or creative pairing was issued with a 'Motorola' handset with video call facility on '3's video mobile network, and asked to make a series of short films or 'motion clips' that visually interpret the song lyrics of their choice - producing one clip for each lyric line.
The contributors have produced a clip for each lyric line, and each lyric and clip is released one by one over a month-long period, gradually revealing the visual interpretations of each maker in numerous audacious, provocative outcomes On completion, each song sequence imparts a sense of the personality of the practitioners.
www.showstudio.com /projects/lyric/start.html   (171 words)

 Lyrics Urban Latina Style
I try to record the absolute correct lyrics and, in the process, I've learned that they are not always easy to transcribe.
So here's how it goes, if you know a lyrics that is incorrect or missing from the song e-mail me and I will correct the lyrics.
If the song has a link that says "Add a Lyric" or "Send me this lyric" that means that I know a lyric goes there but I am not sure of the correct wording.
www.raquenel.com /lyrics   (102 words)

 Lyric Opera House
Tickets are available at the Lyric Box Office in person, over the phone at 410-547-SEAT, 202-397-SEAT, and through TicketMaster.
One of the most diverse and talented entertainers today, Rickey Smiley returns to the Lyric for a night of hilarious comedy.
The winner of the Tony Award for Best Musical, RENT is about being young, falling in love, surviving, and living for today and captures the heart and spirit of a generation.
www.lyricoperahouse.com /schedule.html   (2035 words)

 Domain Lyric   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Access domain lyric to forms used to register a new contact NIC handle and to modify existing contact NIC handle information.
There was a good deal of domain lyric dramatic debate over WIPO's procedures, their transparency, and how much they reflected a process driven by member states.
This body domain lyric of information and creativity is considered to be part of the common cultural and intellectual
minarethome.wagoo.com /domain-lyric.html   (592 words)

 BBC NEWS | Technology | The joy of lyrics
There's no doubt that song lyric angst is a major phenomenon - the most popular lyrics sites reportedly get hundreds of thousands of visitors every day - but people want to get their hands on lyrics for many different reasons, according to Darryl Ballantyne, president and CEO of Toronto, Canada-based web site lyricfind.com inc.
People also look for lyrics on the web to avoid embarrassing themselves by singing the wrong words in front of the mirror and being overheard by friends.
The bad news for anyone with a troublesome lyric on the brain is that most sites are illegal: Sarah Faulder, chief executive of the Music Publishers Association, says that unless the websites have the permission of the copyright owners to display the lyrics (which most do not), they are breaking the law.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/technology/3019681.stm   (1276 words)

lyric, in ancient Greece, a poem accompanied by a musical instrument, usually a lyre.
In the Middle Ages the lyric form was common in Christian hymns, in folk songs, and in the songs of
Glossary of Poetry Terms - accent The prominence or emphasis given to a syllable or word.
www.factmonster.com /ce6/ent/A0830763.html   (305 words)

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