She completed the difficult series of fouettes in the coda of the Black Swan pas de deux which even more senior ballerinas sometimes cannot manage as well.
The sad coda to this event is that, a mere five months later, this disaster is already a fading memory.
The coda of the great Schubert B flat sonata was played at a breakneck pace and was technically perfect.
the first movement ends with a fortissimo coda
his new novel is a kind of coda to his previous books
The short coda was another aerial ballet, after which the couple, yielding to the laws of gravity, returned to earth.
In a coda to this collection, he states, ‘Writers thrive with patient, supportive, kindly publishers - and editors.’
The theme returns at the conclusion in its original scoring and a short, violent coda ends the piece.
The program ended with a free-spirited coda by all the dancers doing this, that, and especially the other, all with happy bravura and to Tchaikovsky.
The foreign minister added a coda to his colleague's remarks by urging a spirit of compromise in accession negotiations.