The lyricism of the evening was in the cellar at present, and was not to be drawn from that retreat just yet.
He was the master of the nuance, and the nuance was his lyricism, his special gift, his genius.
For whenever the scene does not admit of a directly ethical interpretation, refuge is invariably taken in lyricism.
But there is good verbalism, distinct from lyricism or imagism, and in this Laforgue is a master.
We are grateful for his lyricism and for his exquisite goldsmithery.
Moreover, the lyricism of the Fontainebleau painters was not in him.
But the lyricism of Tennyson, the music of Tennyson, is as real now as it was then.
Phrases of an apparent intensity and lyricism are negated by frivolous and tinkling passage-work.
Otherwise there is only a faculty for lyricism, and that exists everywhere.
The whole book is of a kind almost unknown in a time when lyricism has become abstract and impersonal.