1–6, the day's progress is followed, and the poems are explicitly linked to specific times of the day: pre-dawn (cock-crow), daybreak, ... or at least within its two parts, are unconvincing.38 The title of the 16 Days Linked by Song.
Author: Gerard O'Daly
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Category: Foreign Language Study
O'Daly looks at Prudentius' lyric poems, the Cathemerinon, Poems for the Day, and how they achieve a remarkable creative tension between the two worlds that determined Prudentius' culture: the beliefs and practices, sacred books, and doctrines of Christianity and the traditions, poetry, and ideas of the Greeks and Romans.
He also re-composed his “Father's Day Song”. Then, he linked those two songs together to form a “Children's Marching Song”, or, the “Rose Parade Marching Song” with the reason that there were always kids' marching bands from different ...
Prudentius develops the image into an anti-Jewish polemic, linking the victory of Christ through the “ruse” of the Cross to the eventual confounding of “Judaea. ... Days Linked by Song, 367. 83 See Chapter 4, “Illuminans Altissimus.
Author: Brian P. Dunkle
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Enchantment and Creed in the Hymns of Ambrose of Milan offers the first critical overview of the hymns of Ambrose of Milan in the context of fourth-century doctrinal song and Ambrose's own catechetical preaching. Brian P. Dunkle, SJ, argues that these settings inform the interpretation of Ambrose's hymnodic project. The hymns employ sophisticated poetic techniques to foster a pro-Nicene sensitivity in the bishop's embattled congregation. After a summary presentation of early Christian hymnody, with special attention to Ambrose's Latin predecessors, Dunkle describes the mystagogical function of fourth-century songs. He examines Ambrose's sermons, especially his catechetical and mystagogical works, for preached parallels to this hymnodic effort. Close reading of Ambrose's hymnodic corpus constitutes the bulk of the study. Dunkle corroborates his findings through a treatment of early Ambrosian imitations, especially the poetry of Prudentius. These early readers amplify the hymnodic features that Dunkle identifies as "enchanting," that is, enlightening the "eyes of faith."
She'd played this song, “The Crash,” after the Hoodie arrived this evening, and had thought it was decent. ... Something shimmered above his head, and when she examined the link she found a menu of optional enhancements and ...
Author: Sarah Pinsker
Publisher: Head of Zeus Ltd
Explores life in a world permanently locked down in the aftermath of a pandemic.
A Singing Book for the Day School ... a Singing Book for All People, Everywhere Theodore E. Perkins, Alfred Taylor, Charles Walton Sanders. 60 SONG OF THE BROOK . T. E. PERKINS . ... join the riv er ? linked with pleas - ure ? - SONG OF ...
Author: Various Mojo MagazinePublish On: 2007-11-01
According to Wainwright, 'some of those songs like School Days and Central Square Song are great, but others like Black Uncle ... Songs such as the rite-of-teenage-passage School Days linked the angst of the post-hippy era with another, ...
Author: Various Mojo Magazine
Publisher: Canongate Books
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... by the incomparable Leeland Stanford Junior University Marching Band, playing the “Stanford Hymn,” which of course is the alma mater of Dr. Sally Ride and it sounded like the crew down linked a Beatles' song, "A Hard Day's Night".
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THE GRAND BARD'S SONG . ... Lilt and sing a ' blithe and gay , Linked in holy love thegither , Blessings on St. Andrew's day . ... Light up our hearts with genial ray , And Mason aye to Mason provə True Brother on St. Andrew's day .