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They were as appropriate to each other as the melodies of a perfect duet, such a love-duet as Tristan and Isolde's.
WHAT WILL PEOPLE SAY?RUPERT HUGHES
The air was old as the hills, but like all Scottish melodies, as lasting too.
As to Dalmatia, Croatia and Slovenia, their melodies are chiefly marked by simplicity and a feeling for the domestic side of life.
I feel the ideas burning in my head, and the melodies gushing from my heart.
LOUISA OF PRUSSIA AND HER TIMESLOUISE MUHLBACH
The melodies which were sung had a striking resemblance to those of the Wendish nations.
TOUR IN ENGLAND, IRELAND, AND FRANCE, IN THE YEARS 1826, 1827, 1828 AND 1829.HERMANN PCKLER-MUSKAU
His head was bare, and he was enjoying the genial heat of early summer, singing snatches of the melodies of Old Virginny.
THE BOOK OF THE BUSHGEORGE DUNDERDALE
Like the Swedish melodies of Jenny Lind, it gives a new musical idea.
MUSIC AND SOME HIGHLY MUSICAL PEOPLEJAMES M. TROTTER
Norine sat at the piano, her face turned away from the light, and played the melodies he asked for.
NORINE'S REVENGE; SIR NOEL'S HEIRMAY AGNES FLEMING
You are tired—I know you are—of Polish melodies and German ballads.
ARTHUR O'LEARYCHARLES JAMES LEVER
And also, as usual, the melodies were the songs of Bonnie Scotland.