At an age when most actresses are settling into occasional cameos and swan-song performances, Leachman is only accelerating.
What a prophecy of Vittoria and Waterloo there is in these words—the swan-song of Pitt.
And I suppose, our swan-song will be played on silver flutes!
“Be not dismayed, thou little flock” will always be known as the “swan-song” of the Swedish hero king, Gustavus Adolphus.
The first line of Gilbert's swan-song—the only song of his that is remembered.
Had my eyes not been held I might have known that that broken muttering over the fire was the swan-song of Charlie Mears.
Many of the hymns in his swan-song are said to have been composed and sung in that way.
A celestial radiance is reflected in the hymns of his “swan-song.”
That was my cradle-song; and this is my swan-song, I suppose.
Their best performance was Wessely's swan-song, which possesses literary, if not artistic worth.