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Branger was not by chance the lowly melodist, who might by chance as well have been a lofty bard; he was not Robert Burns.
FRENCH CLASSICSWILLIAM CLEAVER WILKINSON
The red-letter day, since such it deservedly is, on which this universal melodist first saw the light was the 10th October 1813.
VERDI: MAN AND MUSICIANFREDERICK JAMES CROWEST
Quietly drawing as near as we dared, we dropped upon the bank and listened in spellbound silence to our unseen melodist.
UPON THE TREE-TOPSOLIVE THORNE MILLER
The gentlemen left off praising directly, and came silently into the room to hear the immortal melodist.
The tender trembling of a guitar was heard in accompaniment of the ravishing melodist.
ROOKWOODWILLIAM HARRISON AINSWORTH
In 1825 Moore paid a visit to Scott, who pronounced the Irish melodist the "prettiest warbler" he had ever heard.
As is shown by the two or three vocal works of his that I have seen, Gleason is less successful as a melodist than as a harmonist.
He was a fertile if not a very original melodist, and his orchestration is full of variety, without being obtrusive or vulgar.
More pleasantly thus wilt thou labour, and, indeed, of old thou wert a melodist.
It sometimes is contended that Wagner adopted his system of leading motives because he was not a melodist.

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