The Song of Songs

Commentary and Homilies

Author: Origen

Publisher: Paulist Press

ISBN: 9780809102617

Category: Religion

Page: 385

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Origen's Commentary, the first great work of Christian mysticism, is characterized by extraordinary richness of thought and depth of mystical conception. The Homilies seem to have been written only a few years after the Commentary-probably before 244.

Digitale Musikproduktion von der Idee zum fertigen Song

der schnelle Einstieg mit MAGIX Music Maker und Samplitude Music Studio ; für Einsteiger und Firtgeschrittene, für alle Versionen ; das offizielle Lehrbuch der MAGIX-Akademie

Author: N.A

Publisher: MAGIX AG

ISBN: 3869602805

Category:

Page: 344

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A French Song Companion

Author: Graham Johnson,Richard Stokes

Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199249664

Category: Music

Page: 530

View: 8362

'flicking through the lovingly enthusiastic writing in this Companion is a rewarding experience. Johnson has excelled on every level and his experience as an accompanist transforms this book into a precious insider's account. What could easily have turned out to be a dry catalogue is in fact a lively, witty and informative journey.' -Francis Carlin, The Singer'A great deal of thought has obviously gone into the presentation of the enormous number of facts to be found here... Furthermore, the book is a delight to handle.' -GramaphoneThe French Song Companion is an indispensable guide to French song. 150 composers and 700 song translations make this the ideal handbook both for the seasoned enthusiast, and the newcomer to this endlessly fascinating repertory. Graham Johnson, one of the world's busiest accompanists, brings his wide experience to the biographical commentaries, and Richard Stokes, renowned for his translations of German Lieder, provides line-by-line translations of some of the greatest poems ever set to music.

Song of Songs

A Commentary

Author: J. Cheryl Exum

Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press

ISBN: 9780664221904

Category: Religion

Page: 263

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This original commentary foregrounds at every turn the poetic genius of the Song of Songs, one of the most elusive texts of the Hebrew Bible. J. Cheryl Exum locates that genius in the way the Song not only tells but shows its readers that love is strong as death, thereby immortalizing love, as well as in the way the poet explores the nature of love by a mature sensitivity to how being in love is different for the woman and the man. Many long-standing conundrums in the interpretation of the book are offered persuasive solutions in Exum's verse by verse exegesis. The Old Testament Library provides fresh and authoritative treatments of important aspects of Old Testament study through commentaries and general surveys. The contributors are scholars of international standing.

A Theological Commentary to the Midrash: Song of Songs Rabbah

Author: Jacob Neusner

Publisher: University Press of America

ISBN: 9780761819868

Category: Religion

Page: 304

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This theological commentary to the Rabbinic Midrash explores a simple proposition, in three parts. I. The reading of Scripture by principal parts of the Rabbinic Midrash is formed by compositions and composites that are animated by a cogent theological system. II. These primary components of the Midrash-compilations, further, are in part aimed at systematic demonstrations of theorems of a theological character. III. While forming a principal part of a large theological structure and system, each document is unique. This commentary in its concluding chapter presents what is common to the animating theology of Rabbinic Judaism in all its documentary components and what is unique to Song of Songs Rabbah.

The Song of the Earth

Author: Jonathan Bate

Publisher: Harvard University Press

ISBN: 9780674001688

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 335

View: 8567

As we enter a new millennium ruled by technology, will poetry still matter? The Song of the Earth answers eloquently in the affirmative. A book about our growing alienation from nature, it is also a brilliant meditation on the capacity of the writer to bring us back to earth, our home. In the first ecological reading of English literature, Jonathan Bate traces the distinctions among "nature," "culture," and "environment" and shows how their meanings have changed since their appearance in the literature of the eighteenth century. An intricate interweaving of climatic, topographical, and political elements poetically deployed, his book ranges from greenhouses in Jane Austen's novels to fruit bats in the poetry of Les Murray, by way of Thomas Hardy's woodlands, Dr. Frankenstein's Creature, John Clare's birds' nests, Wordsworth's rivers, Byron's bear, and an early nineteenth-century novel about an orangutan who stands for Parliament. Though grounded in the English Romantic tradition, the book also explores American, Central European, and Caribbean poets and engages theoretically with Rousseau, Adorno, Bachelard, and especially Heidegger. The model for an innovative and sophisticated new "ecopoetics," The Song of the Earth is at once an essential history of environmental consciousness and an impassioned argument for the necessity of literature in a time of ecological crisis.

The Song of Songs

Author: Dianne Bergant,David W. Cotter,Jerome T. Walsh,Chris Franke

Publisher: Liturgical Press

ISBN: 9780814650691

Category: Religion

Page: 123

View: 9728

This commentary views the Song of Songs as a collection of love poems that pays tribute to mutual love, and it carefully examines features of Hebrew poetry in order to uncover the delicacy of their expression. It is unique in the attention that it gives to the obvious feminine perspective of the poems and to their ecosensitive character. Whether it is the woman in awe of the strength and splendor of her lover or the man praising her physical charms, the descriptions all call on elements from the natural world to characterize the feature being described.

Song of Lawino

Author: Okot p'Bitek

Publisher: East African Publishers

ISBN: 9789966468451

Category: African poetry

Page: 98

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Song of Lawino & Song of Ocol

Author: Okot p'Bitek

Publisher: Heinemann

ISBN: 9780435902667

Category: Poetry

Page: 152

View: 1009

Two African literary works by Okot P'Bitek available together in the African Writers Series.

Of Poetry and Song

Approaches to the Nineteenth-century Lied

Author: Jürgen Thym

Publisher: University Rochester Press

ISBN: 1580460550

Category: Music

Page: 450

View: 3402

Interdisciplinary studies of some of the greatest examples of German art song by major scholars in musicology and German literature.

Perspectives on the Song of Songs

Author: Anselm C. Hagedorn

Publisher: Walter de Gruyter

ISBN: 9783110176322

Category: Religion

Page: 373

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The collection of essays contains nineteen contributions that aim at locating the Song of Songs in its ancient context as well as addressing problems of interpretation and the reception of this biblical book in later literature. In contrast to previous studies this work devotes considerable attention to parallels from the Greek world without neglecting the Ancient Near East or Egypt. As far as the reception-history is concerned, several contributions deal with the use of the Song in Byzantine, Medieval, German Romantic and modern Greek Literature. Due to the interdisciplinary nature of the collection new perspectives and avenues of appraoch are opened.

Sensibility and English Song

Critical Studies of the Early Twentieth Century

Author: Stephen Banfield

Publisher: CUP Archive

ISBN: 9780521230858

Category: Music

Page: 619

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The history of English song from the late nineteenth century to the Second World War.

The Song of the Sirens

Essays on Homer

Author: Pietro Pucci

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9780822630593

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 251

View: 5488

In this collection of his essays on Homer, some new and some appearing for the first time in English, the distinguished scholar Pietro Pucci examines the linguistic and rhetorical features of the poet's works. Arguing that there can be no purely historical interpretation, given that the parameters of interpretation are themselves historically determined, Pucci focuses instead on two features of Homer's rhetoric: repetition of expression (formulae) and its effects on meaning, and the issue of intertextuality.

Proverbs, Ecclesiastes, Song of Solomon

Author: J. Robert Wright,Thomas C. Oden

Publisher: InterVarsity Press

ISBN: 9780830814794

Category: Religion

Page: 434

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Editor J. Robert Wright presents commentary on Proverbs, Ecclesiastes and the Song of Solomon, showcasing response by the early church fathers to what they judged to be the finest wisdom about the deeper issues of life prior to the time of God's taking human form in Jesus Christ.

Song Means

Analysing and Interpreting Recorded Popular Song

Author: Allan F. Moore

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 9781409438021

Category: Music

Page: 395

View: 7116

Analyse en interpretatie van een groot aantal liedjes op het gebied van populaire muziek uit de twintigste en eenentwintigste eeuw.

Gender and Song in Early Modern England

Author: Professor Katherine R Larson,Professor Leslie C Dunn

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 1472443438

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 236

View: 3674

Song offers a vital case study for examining the rich interplay of music, gender, and representation in the early modern period. This collection engages with the question of how gender informed song within particular textual, social, and spatial contexts in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century England. Bringing together ongoing work in musicology, literary studies, and film studies, it elaborates an interdisciplinary consideration of the embodied and gendered facets of song, and of song’s capacity to function as a powerful-and flexible-gendered signifier. The essays in this collection draw vivid attention to song as a situated textual and musical practice, and to the gendered processes and spaces of song's circulation and reception. In so doing, they interrogate the literary and cultural significance of song for early modern readers, performers, and audiences.

Just Five (Children's Song Collection): Unison - Pentatonic Songs

Author: Robert Kersey

Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing

ISBN: 9780769253534

Category: Music

Page: 76

View: 1798

A collection of songs based on the five-tone pentatonic scale. The natural chants and games of children and folk songs of all cultures show a sound and natural basis for developing music literacy. 76 pages of wonderful, familiar childhood songs to use as supplementary materials for teachers using the pentatonic approach.

The Best of Pathways of Song

High Voice

Author: Frank LaForge,Will Earhart

Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing

ISBN: 9780769210643

Category: Music

Page: 128

View: 8673

The Pathways of Song series offers concert songs in easy vocal ranges for the voice student, by composers such as Schubert, Brahms, Handel, Bach, Mozart, Beethoven and Haydn. The series includes representative repertoire, with English translations and piano accompaniment.

Indian Story and Song from North America

Author: Alice C. Fletcher

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 9780803268883

Category: History

Page: 126

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"Music enveloped the Indian's individual and social life like an atmosphere."-Alice C. Fletcher. Anthropologist Alice C. Fletcher (1838-1923) was a pioneer in the study of Indian music. Originally published in 1900, Indian Story and Song from North America came out of her fieldwork and friendship with the Omahas (among whom she lived), Poncas, Arapahoes, and other tribes. Fletcher provides the stories behind these songs and the scores for authentic Indian melodies in native language (which is also translated into English). They run the gamut of experience, from making war to making love. Fletcher writes: "Universal use of music was because of the belief that it was a medium of communication between man and the unseen. The invisible voice could reach the invisible power that permeates all nature, animating all natural forms. As success depended upon help from this mysterious power, in every avocation, in every undertaking, and in every ceremonial, the Indian appealed to this power through song." When hunting, he sang to insure the aid of the unseen power in capturing game. When confronting danger and death, he sang for strength to meet his fate unflinchingly. In using herbs to heal, the men and women sang to bring the required efficacy. When planting they sang for abundant harvest. In their sports, courtship, and mourning, song increased pleasure and comforted sorrow. All occasions for singing are covered in this volume. The achievement of Alice Fletcher is discussed in an introduction by Helen Myers, associate professor of music at Trinity College and ethnomusicology editor of the New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians.