The program continues with Hayden's Oxford Symphony in which the Austrian composer lyrically sums up what he found to be quintessentially English.
Their most futuristic effort, yet quintessentially fiendish, it flowed and feinted with a seamless sense of cool.
For Davies, the Protestant ideology of the Edwardian reformation was something quintessentially English.
For Davies, the Protestant ideology of the Edwardian Reformation was something quintessentially English.
During the '60s and '70s, she sported looks that were quintessentially representative of those decades.
Thankfully, it drank wonderfully with an intoxicating nose, perfect balance and quintessentially Burgundy flavors.
These are the type of quintessentially American Pinot's that the French dare not to make.
Pegged jeans are so quintessentially '80s that it would be remiss not to mention them.
From top to bottom, this look is quintessentially laid-back and fresh, and it bares just enough skin to keep you comfortable in even the hottest temperatures.
Boasting a quintessentially '80s-esque music video and a playful, sing-along-with-me chorus, Mickey was singer Toni Basil's biggest - and only - hit.
John Hughes soundtracks are quintessentially 80s and some of the most influential soundtracks in music history.
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