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Example sentences for "accompaniments"

Lexicographically close words:
accompanie; accompanied; accompanies; accompanieth; accompaniment; accompanist; accompany; accompanyed; accompanying; accompli
  1. The orchestral accompaniments sometimes consist of variations upon the theme, a form much favoured by Russian musicians of a more modern school.

  2. It had been so thoroughly drilled and knew its business so well that it could almost conduct itself, and it had played all the music it had to play (much of which consisted of accompaniments to la Svengali's songs) many times before.

  3. The psychological accompaniments of the pairing situation have profoundly influenced the course of biological evolution and are themselves the outcome of that evolution.

  4. For us the question is whether certain psychological accompaniments of the pairing situation have influenced the course of evolution and whether these psychological accompaniments are themselves the outcome of evolution.

  5. Mental processes are the accompaniments or concomitants of the functional activity of specially differentiated parts of the organism.

  6. Who is there who has an adequate understanding of picture-frames as adjuncts to, or necessary accompaniments of, great pictures?

  7. It depends for its utility on the existence of odorous bodies which are not very widely present, and are far from universal accompaniments of natural objects.

  8. His mannerisms while playing accompaniments were quite characteristic of the man.

  9. During the lessons he would remain seated at the piano, undertaking all accompaniments himself.

  10. He always played his own accompaniments for teaching, and in the 'Seventies' was a very fair pianist.

  11. In spite of their apparent simplicity, the accompaniments are, however, frequently difficult both to read and to perform.

  12. She is losing already, for nobody plays her accompaniments so well as you, and I do not like to have her go to the Conservatoire with a bonne when it can be helped: a girl so striking is likely to be watched and followed.

  13. As organist, Mozart was under the necessity of playing the organ at festivals, but as a rule only for accompaniments and for interludes at set places, which gave him opportunities for improvising--his special delight.

  14. C major, with accompaniments for a small orchestra, and consists of the usual three movements.

  15. He was reproached with justice for too great a display of musical scholarship, and for making his accompaniments too prominent.

  16. Rameau's accompaniments are free and independent; the orchestra is used with striking effect by means of variety of tone-colour-ing in the instruments as well as of independent subjects, which serve to accent the details.

  17. So far as songs with accompaniments for the piano are concerned, there is a mine practically inexhaustible and from which new treasures are constantly brought to light.

  18. Happiness and fruitfulness were to be the sure accompaniments of obedience.

  19. Of what value to the salads are the accompaniments often served with them?

  20. Small pieces of pastry that are left over may also be used to make cheese straws, which are one of the accompaniments often served with salads.

  21. They were not to put down the familiar accompaniments of their converts' native rites and ceremonies.

  22. Such ceremonies, while they are regarded by educated persons simply as expressions of reverence and accompaniments of prayer, are still believed by many to have an innate or magic potency, insuring prosperity to the participants.

  23. Certain phenomena were observed that seemed to be universal accompaniments of life, and these, by a strictly scientific method of procedure, were referred to an inward living thing.

  24. Sometimes on other evenings, when she was not sewing, she would play simple accompaniments to some old Southern songs which she sang.

  25. At that time playing accompaniments was the only thing in music I did not enjoy; later this feeling grew into positive dislike.

  26. Blind impulse discharges itself in action seemingly without the psychic accompaniments which distinguish desire and will.

  27. These things may be foreseen and accepted as natural accompaniments of the end chosen.

  28. Emotions and feelings of pleasure and pain are the normal accompaniments of the exercise of the instincts and impulses of creatures that desire and will.

  29. The agreeableness or disagreeableness, pleasantness or painfulness, which are the accompaniments of thoughts and emotions, have been called by modern psychologists their feeling-tone.

  30. Both of these gámelans are employed as accompaniments to the wáyangs.

  31. Pickles, and a bottle of French mustard, at good tables, are generally accompaniments to beef or mutton, whether roasted or boiled.

  32. Pepper-grass and nasturtions, are very appetizing accompaniments to nice bread and butter.

  33. And, in all the cases that we can test in detail, the psycho-physical accompaniments of all this profound mental-volitional energy were most marked.

  34. In the cases of Newton and Napoleon, for instance, a classification of their energizings solely according to their neural accompaniments would force us to class these great discoverers and organizers amongst psycho-physical eccentrics.

  35. The above list will hopefully give you a few useful examples demonstrating the appropriate usage of "accompaniments" in a variety of sentences. We hope that you will now be able to make sentences using this word.