The Andante movement uses a theme from Mozart's early Latin opera "Apollo et Hyacinthus", K. 38, in which "muted violins sing over pizzicato seconds and divided violas, a ravishing effect".
Trumpeter-writer John Chilton described Berry's solo as "a ravishing interpretation of the 32-bar theme" and suggested it was reminiscent of Coleman Hawkins' saxophone playing on the 1933 song "The Day You Came Along".
Another fable tells of two ravishing dancing sisters, Taramati and Premamati, who danced on ropes tied between their pavilion and the balcony of the king and patron, Abdulla Qutub Shah.
Suddenly, the garden blossoms, and Giselda sings ecstatically of its ravishing beauty, and yields herself to Rinaldo's love.
Barry Edelstein as "a ravishing, guaranteed tearjerker".
Maturin Murray Ballou described Circassians as being of the "fair and rosy-cheeked race", and "with a form of ravishing loveliness, large and lustrous eyes, and every belonging that might go to make up a Venus".
An important step towards the "ballet de cour" in its final form was done during the reign of Louis XIII, with such rich and ravishing ballets de cour as "La Délivrance de Renaud" and the "Ballet de la Merlaison".
au" wrote "Gyan is in sparklingly good voice and the understated small orchestra arrangements she uses frequently here are ravishing" calling Gyan an "underrated Australian talent".
Robert Uchida is a Canadian violinist hailed for his “ravishing sound, eloquence and hypnotic intensity” (Strings magazine).
Ignatiy Vishnevetsky of "The A.V. Club" calls the film "ravishing and very corny".
In a review in "The New York Times", film critic Vincent Canby praised her "ravishing performance".
He then exhibited his recent works on the Laurentians at the Galerie de la Place for which The Montreal Star art critic Michael Ballantyne praised him and spoke of his 'ravishing harmonies'.
Ken (Shahkrit Yamnarm from Bangkok Dangerous) is a ravishing young superstar and the dream date of every girl.
Novelist Jim Lewis in "The New York Times" remarked upon the collection's 19th-century literary antecedents: "ravishing, painful; as desolate as Dostoevsky, as passionate and terrifying as Edgar Allan Poe".
Alison says Robin had everything as a child and was ravishing as a girl; Robin asks her "you never knew how your ravishing sister was ravished on your wedding night, did you?
Author Jim Lewis calls "Jesus' Son" "a small collection of eccentric and addictive short stories…But unlike most books about the dispossessed, they're original and what's more, deliriously beautiful — ravishing, painful; as desolate as Dostoyevsky, as passionate and terrifying as Edgar Allan Poe.
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