- East Bay composer takes shrill piccolo to new depths
- “It completely upended my negative view of what the piccolo was — a high, shrill instrument in a marching band. He was playing low, and it was so beautiful,” Rokeach says.
- 'I'd like to punch him in the face': The incredible shrill of this election season
- By outrageous I mean the outrage, the heat, the shrill. Why have so many candidates put on red or blue ties and then wrapped themselves in razor wire before coming to the podium?
- Kanhaiya, we don't need this exhausting diet of shrill from a kid who should
- His words are golden and he reaps in mountains of publicity… The media cannot get enough of that scrunched up expression of zeal. Do we need this? An exhausting diet of shrill from a kid who should be in class?
- Long necks, fat bellies, shrill colors: How Florence's 16th-century artists
- Long necks, fat bellies, shrill colors: How Florence's 16th-century artists saw people. We might not consider them beautiful, but Florence's Mannerism portraits were groundbreaking in art history.
- The return of shrill horns
- Last year, the traffic police and the Transport Department delivered a resounding blow to vendors and motorists who favoured musical and shrill horns for their vehicles.
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