heart-stirring

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They had borne it already for days, the heart-stirring moans, the faint, despairing cries of the prisoner, and she could bear it no longer.
United Kingdom-based musicologist and arts educator Geoffrey Baker said he embarked on his research after attending a heart-stirring 2007 concert at the Proms of London by the Simon Bolivar Youth Orchestra under the direction of El Sistema's best-known alum: Gustavo Dudamel, the 33-year-old wunderkind musical director of the Los Angeles Philharmonic.
in the midst of a legendary football rivalry that has burned red hot for many generations, a heart-stirring new tradition has emerged.
TUNIS (TAP) - Heart-stirring oriental jazz music played by Abderaouf Ouertani Quartet followed by Alex Hepburn's soulful voice, the second night of Jazz a Carthage's ninth edition, held on Friday in Gammarth, delivered a breathtaking experience to jazz fans.
Now, in concert, Hodgson reignites memories and emotions with a heart-stirring voice that both critics and fans declare is sounding better than ever.
The last track on the album, Elly Sarr (What Happened), starts with a heart-stirring saxophone melody by Rajoub.
Here is heart-stirring reading, particularly for those who share a passion for the Army's mission.
There are walking festivals, country shows and Highland Games, with a heart-stirring soundtrack of the pipes.
Hailing from Bergen County, New Jersey, The Better World is a hard-rocking, heart-stirring band that has sold out top New York City venues and plays to packed houses at well-known area hot spots such as The Bitter End, Highline Ballroom and Maxwell's.
Britian's soul queen Gabrielle -- often referred to as the lady with the eye-patch -- is an ace at putting together heart-stirring concerts.
I'm not knocking them - they wrote some powerful heart-stirring literature.
Or the heart-stirring volte-face when President Allison Taylor shook off the malign influence of her predecessor Charles Logan to lay the path to a second Cold War by accusing the Russian Government of complicity in terrorism.