He had an innate musicality.
Huw Roberts was outstanding as one ' star-crossed ' lover, delivering Shakespearean verse with aplomb and bringing lyricism and musicality to the songs.
These are paper-thin musical instruments that feature built-in speakers and touch-style musicality.
While ABT is known for its theatricality, NYCB was originally founded as a vehicle for Balanchine's neo-classical approach to ballet which emphasizes form and musicality over theatricality.
Of course, musicality, grace, and agility will also go a long way!
While it is easy to get caught up in the fun of swing dancing, Eastside Seattle swing dance lessons will focus on dance technique and musicality.
Ballet is often credited with teaching children discipline, musicality, and a non-competitive group mentality.
Bambomoves yoga is a special type of yoga that integrates musicality into the practice of yoga.
The setting, the musicality and even the character choices as well as the frictions between Vulcans (long-treasured allies thanks to Mr. Spock) and the humans, created a real chasm of opinion between Star Trek fans.
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