One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘But not so in opera, where legato in a favourite aria can still an audience and then climactically bring it to its feet over the full spectrum of human emotions.’
- ‘It no longer seems as startling for the Queen, as here, to be climactically confronted by a City baron dressed as Mother Goose or told that her son is off his rocker.’
- ‘Here the scale and repeated notes from bar 4 climactically return.’
- ‘With that, the Greendale performance ended climactically.’
- ‘When they converge in the middle to symbolise the cross, mood changes from meditative to climactically vehement.’
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