Let it be noted, however, that the lyrist has used a poetic licence in his dates.
The Parisian did not cease to be a Provençal; and the novelist was a lyrist still.
She is best as a lyrist, and some of her poems are touched with a very fine and true pathos.
You are as delightful a lyrist as you are a sonneteer, and I could not give you higher praise.
Him too, never celebrated by any other tongue, I the Roman lyrist first made known.
His tantalizing gleams of talent as a lyrist have been already mentioned.
The lyrist complains to Love, pities Love for her scorning, and threatens to go away with Love, who is on his side.
Moore was termed a 'lyrist,' and here we are told about his lyre.
As a lyrist Scott especially excelled, and as a novelist he takes rank among the foremost.
He is the first Scottish lyrist and the introducer of the pastoral to English literature.