(1) Let us leave the sweet euphony of Bangla to our poets, and the salvation-enhancement of Sanskrit to our priests.(2) This encompasses random and fairly meaningless collections of words which have a certain euphony .(3) the poet put euphony before mere factuality(4) One of the big joys of this production, after the divine euphony of Kremer's sound, is the return to the eleven-instrument orchestration of Piazzolla's original score.(5) It's been a long time since a politician offered such euphoria over euphony in political commentary.(6) The mosque, however, continues to be used by Muslims, adding to the beautiful euphony of sounds that echo daily as the faithful are called to prayer.(7) These bizarre screeching sounds turn into horn samples, which, though they never quite resolve themselves, manage to work up an atmosphere of a nauseated euphony .(8) It still fulfilled prescribed ecclesiastical functions, but its euphony and its expressive power showed the way toward artistic autonomy.(9) In a musical climate where beauty is often disregarded or located in asymmetrical euphony , bands like Kepler are clinging to an older and more concrete conception of beauty - one that hinges on order, balance, and tradition.(10) The eclectic mix of trance, tabla and the violin euphony left the raving party animals craving for more.(11) Soft voices whisper place names and dates, invoking memory and history just as the choreography suggests the euphony of physical connections, of reasons for momentum and impetus.(12) He employs a wide variety of tonal registers and often emphasizes dissonance or euphony in particular verses by varying the intensity of speed and volume while reading.(13) Meanwhile, in the English-speaking world Ukraina was no longer the Ukraine, but Ukraine, a change recommended neither by history, etymology, or euphony .(14) One doubts, nevertheless, whether a newly elected pontiff would weigh the relative euphony that a name might command in various languages.(15) While the advent of TV may have eclipsed the romance of radio, as he puts it, much of the sheen and euphony one used to note and hear in yester-year's music is regretfully found absent in the present-day menu.(16) ├ö├ç├┐Americanism├ö├ç├û, incidentally, is one of my least favourite words: not for the meaning, the concept is marvelous, but for its lack of euphony .