Musica Poetica Musical Rhetorical Figures in German Baroque Music

Author: Dietrich Bartel

Publisher: U of Nebraska Press

ISBN: 0803235933

Category: Music

Page: 471

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Musica Poetica provides an unprecedented examination of the development of Baroque musical thought. The initial chapters, which serve as an introduction to the concept and teachings of musical-rhetorical figures, explore Martin Luther’s theology of music, the development of the Baroque concept of musica poetica, the idea of the affections in German Baroque music, and that music’s use of the principles and devices of rhetoric. Dietrich Bartel then turns to more detailed considerations of the musical-rhetorical figures that were developed in Baroque treatises and publications. After brief biographical sketches of the major theorists, Bartel examines those theorists’ interpretation and classification of the figures. The book concludes with a detailed presentation of the musical-rhetorical figures, in which each theorist’s definitions are presented in the original language and in parallel English translations. Bartel’s clear, detailed analysis of German Baroque musical-rhetorical figures, combined with his careful translations of interpretations of those figures from a wide range of sources, make this book an indispensable introduction and resource for all students of Baroque music.

Melancolia Poetica

1-6, Milano: Garzanti, 1966. Vittorio Cian, I contatti letterari italo-provenzali e la
prima rivoluzione poetica della letteratura italiana, Messina: D'Amico, 1900.
Gianfranco Contini, Poeti del duecento, in the series Letterature italiana, storia e
testi, ...

Author: Marc A. Cirigliano

Publisher: Troubador Publishing Ltd

ISBN: 9781905886821

Category: Poetry

Page: 387

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With 52 poets who wrote between 1160 and 1560, Melancolia poetica brings contemporary English readers into the breadth and depth of the literary consciousness of the vibrant, worldly and imaginative realm of the Italian late Middle Ages and Renaissance.

Select epodes and Ars poetica

INTRODUCTION TO " ARS POETICA . ' The ' ARS POETICA ' is addressed to a
father and two sons , belonging to the celebrated family of Pisones , of the gens
Calpurnia ( vv . 6 , 24 , 235 , 291 , 366 ) . It is not quite certain who these were .

Author: Horace


ISBN: OXFORD:590503120


Page: 92

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Musings On Ars Poetica

However, scavenging through my works I found what now constitute Musings on
Ars Poetica: Reflections on Poets and Poetry in Verse. As a practising poet, my
vision of the poet, his art, be them of the past, i.e. my predecessors' and/or those ...

Author: Bill F. Ndi

Publisher: African Books Collective

ISBN: 9789956558438

Category: Poetry

Page: 87

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A literary monument erected by a poet for poets with a vision for poetry as a special annunciation and the poet as a seer, spokesperson, recorder, analyst, adjudicator and advocate with poetic vision and poetic understanding. Bill Ndi, the poet has the rare gift of slipping into the self and psyche of his society to empty the dark depths where the treasures of burden and sadness are hidden. He empties and exposes them to the world to see how even personal repression of feelings by far outweighs those imposed throughout History by tyrants. It is above all, his greatest task of filling these depths with the joys and expectations of the society. This objective stance by the poet places him above the fanatic whose subjectivity pushes the world adrift and makes of the poet a universal man of peace.

M Poetica Michael Jackson s Art of Connection and Defiance

This book is titled M Poetica because one of its central goals is to begin the task
of characterizing and understanding Jackson's aesthetic principles and
philosophy. Some of these concepts have already been introduced in preceding
chapters, ...


Publisher: Willa Stillwater




View: 935


Collectanea Anglo poetica

XCIX . Abstracts of Inquisitions post Mortem , made by Christopher Towneley and
Roger Dodsworth , Extracted from Manuscripts at Towneley . Vol . II . Edited by
WILLIAM LANGTON . pp . vii , 188 ; Index 17 . C . Collectanea Anglo - Poetica .

Author: Thomas Corser


ISBN: STANFORD:36105005551705

Category: English poetry


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Horace s Ars Poetica

Conversely, it is hard to see why Quintilian (or his source) would have named the
poem Ars Poetica, to the exclusion of all other possibilities, when the poem is so
rich with further modes of reading, as I aim to show in this study. (By another ...

Author: Jennifer Ferriss-Hill

Publisher: Princeton University Press

ISBN: 9780691197432

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 352

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A major reinterpretation of Horace's famous literary manual For two millennia, the Ars Poetica (Art of Poetry), the 476-line literary treatise in verse with which Horace closed his career, has served as a paradigmatic manual for writers. Rarely has it been considered as a poem in its own right, or else it has been disparaged as a great poet's baffling outlier. Here, Jennifer Ferriss-Hill for the first time fully reintegrates the Ars Poetica into Horace's oeuvre, reading the poem as a coherent, complete, and exceptional literary artifact intimately linked with the larger themes pervading his work. Arguing that the poem can be interpreted as a manual on how to live masquerading as a handbook on poetry, Ferriss-Hill traces its key themes to show that they extend beyond poetry to encompass friendship, laughter, intergenerational relationships, and human endeavor. If the poem is read for how it expresses itself, moreover, it emerges as an exemplum of art in which judicious repetitions of words and ideas join disparate parts into a seamless whole that nevertheless lends itself to being remade upon every reading. Establishing the Ars Poetica as a logical evolution of Horace's work, this book promises to inspire a long overdue reconsideration of a hugely influential yet misunderstood poem.

Poetica Rainbow Ryder

Poetica Poetica please Try to understand me For no one does In this wide wild
world! In this old wild world! Poetica please Try to come and sit beside me Sit as
a friend And listen what there is to listen For no one does In this dull dusty world!



ISBN: 9781447718796



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Miscellanea Poetica

Walter Scott Carmichael. MISCELLANEA POETICA . Dedicated to the Masonic

Author: Walter Scott Carmichael


ISBN: OXFORD:590204207


Page: 87

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Flora Poetica

... back from the Cape Province, now in the Republic of South Africa9. Before the
Romantic period nearly all poets write about roses when they choose a specific
plant as the sole subject of a poem. In fact, the two oldest poems in Flora Poetica

Author: Sarah Maguire

Publisher: Random House

ISBN: 9781446413111

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 384

View: 659


This beautiful anthology brings together over 250 poems about flowers, plants and trees from eight centuries of writing in English, creating a rich bouquet of intriguing juxtapositions. Fourteenth-century lyrics sit next to poems of the twenty-first century; celebrations of plants native to the English soil share the volume with more exotic plant poetry. There are thirty poems about roses, by poets as diverse as Shakespeare, Dorothy Parker and the South African, Seitlhamo Motsapi; but there are also sections devoted to more unusual plants such as the mandrake, the starapple and the tamarind. An ex-gardener, the celebrated poet Sarah Maguire brings her extensive horticultural knowledge to bear on all the poems, arranging them into botanical families, identifying the plants being written about and writing a fascinating introduction. Whether you are a poetry lover, a gardener, a botanist, or simply the purchaser of the occasional bunch of flowers, this unique anthology allows you to luxuriate amidst the world's flora.

Antologia Po tica

Antologia Poética Mario Andino. El hombre, la vegetación y la fauna el músculo
tenso,la ambición descansa. Cuando cielos reflejaran la ira de Dios y su soplo
telúrico abatiera las lluvias, la alta hierba se somete al unísono y sin mucha ...

Author: Mario Andino

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781493100156

Category: Poetry

Page: 69

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El lector tiene en sus manos la tercera antologia de poemas del escritor chileno radicado en los EE.UU., Mario Andino Lpez. Autor de once novelas publicadas en Sudamrica, Espaa y los Estados Unidos, obtuvo un Doctorado en lenguas y literaturas romances en la Universidad de Chicago y bajo las frulas del Miembro de la Real Real Academia Espaola de la Lengua Dr. Francisco Ayala y del lexicgrafo espaol Juan Corominas. Autor de diversos artculos literarios publicados a travs de Sudamrica y Espaa, inaugur la transmisin de programas radiales en Castellano, como libretista y animador, de la Cadena Nacional de Difusin Pblica, dependiente del Ministerio de Educacin del gobierno de los Estados Unidos. Es miembro Correspondiente de la Academia Espala de la Lengua y ocup diversas ctedras en Lenguas y Literaturas Romances en universidades de la regin de Chicago, en el estado de Illinois, EE.UU. Traductor, intprete y conferencista ha redactado artculos para revistas profesionales de la enseanza del Castellano en los EE. UU., adems de contribuciones lilterarias para diarios y peridicos en Castellano, de este mismo pas. Despus de treinta y ocho aos de ctedra se acogi a retiro para dedicarse al periodismo y a la produccin de sus obras literarias. El autor posee un extraordinario dominio de su idioma natal y de su literatura , sus comentarios literarios han sido acogidos por revistas profesionales como Hispania, Cuadernos Hispanoamericanos y Boletn Literario Hispanoamericano. EDICIONES EROS


Harriet Slaughter. Harriet Slaughter ARS POETICA Collected Poems and
Paintings 1963-2013 HARRIET SLAUGHTER FOREWORD When my friend
Harriet cooks for friends, she lays Front Matter.

Author: Harriet Slaughter

Publisher: Trafford Publishing

ISBN: 9781490724010

Category: Art

Page: 204

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"Ars Poetica" explores a collection of poems and original paintings that celebrates the imagination. The poems speak volumes and the paintings echo their imagery, all drawn from a woman's point of view.

De arte poetica

COMPOSITION : GENERAL PRECEPTS Harmony and the difficulty of achieving
it Hvmano capiti ceruicem pictor equinam iungere si uelit et uarias inducere
plumas ...

Author: Horace

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521312922

Category: History

Page: 244

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This commentary provides an introduction to each of the three poems: the Epistles to Augustus, to Florus, and to the Pisones (the so-called 'Ars Poetica'). It also sketches the historical context in which the poems were written, and comments on their structure and purpose. Attention is paid to the literary preoccupations of the individual epistles: the relations of poet and patron, and the role of poetry in the state (Augustus), the problems of a (professedly) tiring poet (Florus), and the presentation of classical poetic theory in the 'Ars Poetica'. Horace's influence on later criticism is noted, and there is a brief section on one of Alexander Pope's Imitations. In his commentary, the editor addresses problems of grammar and style, focusing on linguistic difficulties and on the subtle movement of the poet's thought.

Auto poetica


Publisher: Lexington Books

ISBN: 0739116517

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 239

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A work of art written about an artist creating a work of art is, in a sense, a novel in which the author is a character. The essays in this collection examine nineteenth-century texts that attempted to merge fiction and reality into a unified whole.

Bibliotheca Anglo poetica

London , printed by Avgvstine Mathewes and Iohn Norton , and are to be sold at
the great South doore of Pauls , 1624 ( pp . 22 ) . Quarto , pp . 68 . £ 15 . 15s . . .
The first of the tracts in this volume is a Bibliotheca Anglo - Poetica , 957.

Author: Acton Frederick Griffith


ISBN: KBNL:KBNL03000063241

Category: Electronic books

Page: 481

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