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Forest Idyls, Op.19
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Online version: Wier, Albert E. Includes classified, alphabetical and composer indexes pages , , a concise dictionary of musical terms, and a brief biographical pronouncing dictionary of the composers pages Lully -- Minuet : from Divertimento no. Himmel ; tr. Schubert -- Marche militaire : op. Kjerulf -- La gondola : etude : op. Henselt -- Mazurka, op. Chopin -- Valse, op. Durand -- Tarentelle, op. Mendelssohn -- Slumber song : op.
Mendelssohn -- Evening song : op. Karganoff -- At sunset : op. Schytte -- Chanson triste : op.
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- THEOCRITUS, IDYLLS 26 - 30.
Schutt -- Romance, op. Leschetizky -- Erotik : op. Grieg -- Humoresque : op. Blumenfeld -- Traumerei : op. Tschaikowsky -- Valse gracieuse : op. Autonoe saw him first and gave a horrible shriek, and made quick confusion of the sacred things of the madding Bacchus with her feet, for these things are not to be seen by the profane. Mad was she now, and the others were straightway mad also. Pentheus, he fled afraid, and the women, girding their kirtles up about their thighs, they went in hot pursuit.
And so bedabbled all with blood they carried with them into Thebes in the stead of a kindred wight 6 a kindred woe. As for me, may I be pure and do the will of them that are pure. Thus hath the eagle honour of the Aegis-Bearer. To the children of pious fathers belong the good things rather than to those that come of impious men. The umpire returns the shepherd his pipe, and adds a compliment in the form of a request that now he will play him another of his tunes, as, not having lost his pipe in the match, he will still be able to do.
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In the dialogue supposed to be recited, or perhaps to be sung, by the shepherd, one speaker answers the other speaker line for line except in two places where the same speaker has two lines. The poem may have been ascribed to an imitator of Theocritus. Line 4 he has taken bodily from him. Pray you come hither under those wild-olives; I would fain tell you a tale. The secret bridal over, she rose and went her ways for to feed her sheep, her look shamefast but her heart glad within her; while as for him, he betook himself to his herds of bulls rejoicing in his wedlock.
The Distaff is an occasional poem in Aeolic dialect and the Asclepiad metre, and was almost certainly modelled upon Sappho or Alcaeus. It was written by Theocritus before or during a voyage from Syracuse to Miletus, and presented with the gift of a carved ivory distaff to the wife of his friend the poet-physician Nicias.
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Powell, Coll. These two poems are inspired, like XII, by a passionate friendship. The first line of No. The metre in the one case is the fourteen-syllable Sapphic Pentameter, and in the other the Greater Asclepiad. As in XII.
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There is much here that is reminiscent to us of some of the Elizabethan love-poetry. What righteousness is here, to deliver one that loves you over unto woe? Choose rather to be friends with the same body so long as you shall live; for if so you do, you will have both honour of the world and kindness of that Love who doth so easily vanquish the mind of man and hath melted in me a hart of very iron.
These little poems are all, with the exception of IV, actual inscriptions, and would seem to have been collected from works of art upon which they were inscribed. You sleep there upon the leaf-strown earth, good Daphnis, and rest your weary frame, while your netting-stakes are left planted on the hillside.
But Pan is after you, and Priapus also, with the yellow ivy about his jolly head; they are going side by side into your cave.
Quick then, put off the lethargy that is shed of sleep, and up with you and away. Well-a-day, you poor Thyrsis! This carved work of marble, sweet Goddesses, is set up for the nine of you by the true musician — as all must name him — Xenocles, who having much credit of his art forgets not the Muses whose it is. And so, for all he is a stranger in a strange land, he has had friends to give him decent burial, and the dirge-writer has been kindness itself. The dead philosopher has all he could have wished; and thus, weakling wight 1 though he be, there is after all somebody that cares for him.
For any that have care for the Immortals are the better off for it themselves. This table makes no distinction of native and foreigner. You pay in and you receive out in strict accordance with the lie of the counters. If you want shifts and shuffles go elsewhere.
The speech is the Dorian, and the theme the inventor of comedy, Epicharmus. They that have their habitation in the most mighty city of Syracuse have set him up here, as became fellow-townsmen, unto thee, good Bacchus, in bronze in the stead of the flesh; and thus have remembered to pay him his wages for the great heap of words he hath builded. For many are the things he hath told their children profitable unto life.
He hath their hearty thanks. Here lies the bard Hipponax. If you are a rascal, go not nigh his tomb; but if you are a true man of good stock, sit you down and welcome, and if you choose to drop off to sleep you shall. Stand and look at Archilochus, the old maker of iambic verse, whose infinite renown hath spread both to utmost east and furthest west.
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