a song intended primarily to be sung in recital, typically set to a poem, and having subtly interdependent vocal and piano parts.
Almost all folk-music, indeed, exacts a vocal method of its interpreter quite distinct from that of the art song.
The Merry-Go-Round Carl Van Vechten
Arthur, 1865–1945, English poet and critic, born in Wales. Historical Examples General Symons undertook to remain in the district for another month. The Pacification of Burma Sir Charles Haukes Todd Crosthwaite “Miss Symons asked me to give you this box,” said the nurse. The Third Miss Symons Flora Macdonald Mayor Fortunate that Symons had to […]
Arthur Hays, 1891–1968, U.S. newspaper publisher. Contemporary Examples The Sulzberger family had to give up most of the dividends that made up their annual monetary take-away. Stop Picking On the Times Peter Osnos December 29, 2008 Sulzberger was the grandson of Adolph Ochs, who bought the Times in 1896 and turned it into a leading […]
Arthur, 1786–1865, and his brother Lewis, 1788–1873, U.S. businessmen, philanthropists, and abolitionists. Historical Examples He made choice of the profession of law, and commenced the study under Tappan Reeve of Elizabethtown. Beacon Lights of History, Volume XI John Lord It may be said that Dr. Tappan possessed the defects of his qualities. The University of […]
Art, 1910–56, U.S. jazz pianist. Edward Lawrie [lawr-ee] /ˈlɔr i/ (Show IPA), 1909–75, U.S. biochemist: Nobel Prize in medicine 1958. Contemporary Examples Tatum: I guess my understanding of school now is different than when I was just coming out of high school. Channing Tatum and Jonah Hill on ‘22 Jump Street,’ Penis Kissing, and Julie […]