THE SOURCE OF THE SONG

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The Source Of The Song

Author : Mark Williams
ISBN : 0864732872
Genre : Authors, New Zealand
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"Writers ... affected by Catholicism ... explore the meaning of that legacy in their lives and its effects on their writing"--Back cover.
Category: Authors, New Zealand

Tao Song And Tao Dance

Author : Zhi Gang Sha
ISBN : 9781451673159
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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A Simon & Schuster eBook. Simon & Schuster has a great book for every reader.
Category: Body, Mind & Spirit

The Song Of The Sea

Author : Brian D. Russell
ISBN : 0820488097
Genre : Religion
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Original Scholarly Monograph
Category: Religion

Song And Significance

Author : Dinda L. Gorlée
ISBN : 9789042016873
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Includes translation studies on music, word and music studies.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Senza Vestimenta The Literary Tradition Of Trecento Song

Author : Dr Lauren McGuire Jennings
ISBN : 9781472418906
Genre : Music
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The metaphor of marriage often describes the relationship between poetry and music in both medieval and modern writing. While the troubadours stand out for their tendency to blur the distinction between speaking and singing, between poetry and song, a certain degree of semantic slippage extends into the realm of Italian literature through the use of genre names like canzone, sonetto, and ballata. Yet, paradoxically, scholars have traditionally identified a 'divorce' between music and poetry as the defining feature of early Italian lyric. Senza Vestimenta reintegrates poetic and musical traditions in late medieval Italy through a fresh evaluation of more than fifty literary sources transmitting Trecento song texts. These manuscripts have been long noted by musicologists, but until now they have been used to bolster rather than to debunk the notion that so-called 'poesia per musica' was relegated to the margins of poetic production. Jennings revises this view by exploring how scribes and readers interacted with song as a fundamentally interdisciplinary art form within a broad range of literary settings. Her study sheds light on the broader cultural world surrounding the reception of the Italian ars nova repertoire by uncovering new, diverse readers ranging from wealthy merchants to modest artisans.
Category: Music

Ipod And Itunes For Dummies

Author : Tony Bove
ISBN : 9780764583650
Genre : Computers
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The iPod, Apple's breakthrough MP3 music player, boasts a contact list, calendar, alarm clock, notes reader, and a handful of games In its first year, iTunes has sold more than 70 million songs; since hitting the market in November 2001, the iPod has sold more than 3 million units This updated edition covers cool new third-party accessories, new iTunes features, iPod functions, troubleshooting, and more Covers naming an iPod, setting preferences, connecting and sharing an iPod, organizing a digital jukebox, playing music, copying files, burning an audio CD, searching for and downloading songs from the music store, and much more Updated and revised to include coverage on both the Windows and Mac Platforms
Category: Computers

Chant All The Alchemist Fairy Returning To The Source Of All

Author : Chantal Leduc
ISBN : 9781452567747
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Do you feel that you are not connected to Mother-Earth, not grounded? Do you live according to your passions? Do you have problems with sensitivity? Do you live a life of abundance and wealth? Do you find it difficult to listen to the voice of your intuition? Here are, among many others, some of the questions to be found in this book and which are studied in depth to help you understand your relationship with yourself. The aim of this book is to guide you to your own Source; to what YOU believe! You will find it within, because ALL the re-Sources are in YOU! WARNING: This could be the most fantastic tool for personal growth … but only if… you are finally ready to move forward on your life path with Joy, Love and Happiness!
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Baudelaire In Song

Author : Helen Abbott
ISBN : 9780192513656
Genre : Poetry
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Why do we find it hard to explain what happens when words are set to music? This study looks at the kind of language we use to describe word/music relations, both in the academic literature and in manuals for singers or programme notes prepared by professional musicians. Helen Abbott's critique of word/music relations interrogates overlaps emerging from a range of academic disciplines including translation theory, adaptation theory, word/music theory, as well as critical musicology, métricométrie, and cognitive neuroscience. It also draws on other resources-whether adhesion science or financial modelling-to inform a new approach to analysing song in a model proposed here as the assemblage model. The assemblage model has two key stages of analysis. The first stage examines the bonds formed between the multiple layers that make up a song setting (including metre/prosody, form/structure, sound repetition, semantics, and live performance options). The second stage considers the overall outcome of each song in terms of the intensity or stability of the words and music present in a song (accretion/dilution). Taking the work of the major nineteenth-century French poet Charles Baudelaire (1821-67) as its main impetus, the volume examines how Baudelaire's poetry has inspired composers of all genres across the globe, from the 1860s to the present day. The case studies focus on Baudelaire song sets by European composers between 1880 and 1930, specifically Maurice Rollinat, Gustave Charpentier, Alexander Gretchaninov, Louis Vierne, and Alban Berg. Using this corpus, it tests out the assemblage model to uncover what happens to Baudelaire's poetry when it is set to music. It factors in the realities of song as a live performance genre, and reveals which parameters of song emerge as standard for French text-setting, and where composers diverge in their approach.
Category: Poetry