The unusual textures (santouri, ney, Lyra, clarinets, voices) impart a mystical quality to this work.
Some have written, as Lyra reminds us, that by the flood the surface of the earth was washed away three hands deep.
I wonder that Lyra is satisfied with this interpretation, and follows it.
Lyra explains it as signifying signs of rains and storms, etc.
A name in the Frith of Forth for the dragonet or gowdie (Callionymus Lyra).
Lyra follows Jerome, and resolutely affirms that the context requires this interpretation.
Every half-hour we are about ten thousand miles nearer to the constellation of Lyra.
"Well, I suppose that's the way some people might look at it," said Lyra dispassionately.
These are all diligently collected and particularly mentioned by Lyra.
Orpheus's lute was placed in the heavens as the bright constellation Lyra.