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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.
The ground was wet, the rocks dripping, the grass and ever-greens sparkling with beads of moisture; yet the camp was loud with laughter and merriment, for a messenger had ridden in from the prince with words of heart-stirring praise for what they had done, and with orders that they should still abide in the forefront of the army.
Moreover, 2018 is the 200th anniversary of one of the world's most famous, heart-stirring carols, Silent Night - which has a couple of museums in Salzburg's surrounding villages.
Dirty Dancing is at the Sunderland theatre, but today is the last day and then that heart-stirring music, emotional storyline and sexy dancing will have run its course.
This year the heart-stirring display of military pageantry is called 'Oman and the World' as hundreds of men and women from the Armed Forces of Oman, Korea, and Georgia march in dress uniform while playing rousing military music.
The Rocky franchise now spans seven films - and the latest, Creed, used Goodison Park as a stirring backdrop for its heart-stirring climax.
I have taken the liberty to extract words of wisdom from her eloquent and heart-stirring piece.
00, 20 November 2016 Take your seat in the incomparable setting of London's famous Royal Albert Hall and revel in the heart-stirring atmosphere as the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra bring Raymond Gubbay's Classical Spectacular to life.
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.
The last track on the album, Elly Sarr (What Happened), starts with a heart-stirring saxophone melody by Rajoub.