Definition Of declamatory

Example Of declamatory

  • And on the few occasions when Fauré calls for it, she has huge, declamatory power at the very summit of her voice.

  • Aside from the political intrigue of the plot, the play is filled with brilliant speeches, timeless both for their declamatory techniques and for the passions they reflect and evoke.

  • Before Brook, theatre was declamatory , overly theatrical and staid.

  • Davis's verse is characterized by robust statements of urban themes, a fierce social consciousness, a strong declamatory voice, and an almost rabid racial pride.

  • For most of the 1740s and early 1750s he appeared regularly at Covent Garden and with his contrasting, somewhat old-fashioned declamatory style was seen as the rival of the more naturalistic Garrick at Drury Lane.


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