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- adj. of or pertaining to bards
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Of or pertaining to bards, or their poetry.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Of, pertaining to, or of the character of a bard or bards.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. being a bard or relating to a bard's poetry
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As drama these productions are utter failures, though their lyric passages are often beautiful; their chief effect was to stimulate the "bardic" movement represented by von Gerstenberg, Kretschmann, and the Viennese Jesuit
Their genre is steampunk, and their musical form is extraordinary: They tell stories, reviving the word 'bardic' that one could have thought was lost forever.
Like the third, this fourth sonata is more of a 'bardic' rhapsody on the subject than an attempt at actual presentation of it, although I have made use of all the suggestion of tone-painting in my power, ” just as the bard would have reinforced his speech with gesture and facial expression.”
Like the third, this fourth sonata is more of a 'bardic' rhapsody on the subject than an attempt at actual presentation of it, although I have made use of all the suggestion of tone-painting in my power, -- just as the bard would have reinforced _his_ speech with gesture and facial expression. "
The information on 'poetry' I have to advertize, is a bardic prose-poem attributed to Amergin and translated into English first, 1300 years after its composition by an anonymous bard, without title: 'the cauldron of poetry', so called because of the metaphorical conceit in the piece, of poetry being created in a person's three internal cauldrons: Warming, Motion & Wisdom.
So, there's a lot to be getting on there with, Jackie, and Dear Readers, I suggest you check out the full piece and be open to recalibrating contemporary 'poetry' with an ancient text from the bardic source of British 'poetry'.
Maybe the internet is a way to revisit the bardic tradition.
Unlike the promise of dolorous sentence scrawling offered by so many of the other far more pretentious and far more dead authors in whose image I have constructed my bardic fantasies, Carrie represents a modern view of a successful writer who seems to love what she does for a living.
Some have called rap merely modern poetry, or the modern urban equivalent to bardic minstrels.
A guitar provides stop-and-go bardic accompaniment to the baritone, but elsewhere seems detached from the rest of the group.