10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «ORCHESTRIC»
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal
And yet," says Mr. Blackie, " Athenseus tells us that the author of Prometheus
really was a professor of the orchestric art, and a very cunning one, too."
However, on this subject we are told by Mr. Blackie that he does not know much
about it, ...
Aisthesis: Scenes from the Aesthetic Regime of Art
A reader of Hegel, often quoted by Appia, Hyppolite Taine, had developed its
consequences by explaining the principle of performance in Greek art at length in
his courses: in one term, the orchestric, he summed up this education of the body
The Philosophy of Training: Or, The Principles and Art of a ...
Their Gymnasium was divided into two departments, the palsestric and orchestric
. The palffistric exercises were intended chiefly to accustom the body to the
fatigues of war, navigation, agriculture, and other manual and bodily
employments ; in ...
A Modern Art of Education
They were trained (here trained is used in its highest sense) both in an “
orchestric” way and in a “palestric” way. Orchestric, to the outer eye, was an
entirely physical exercise—a kind of concerted dance, but arranged in a very
special and ...
Education and Modern Spiritual Life
... modern impulses, afford us a true basisfor understanding what is necessary for
education and instruction today.The youths weretrained—and the word 'trained'is
herealways used in itsvery highest sense —on the one handin Orchestric and ...
The Lyrical Dramas of Aeschylus, from the Greek, Translated ...
... orchestric element, in many plays, a subordinate position, equally at variance
with the original character of the Chorus, and with the place which the dance held
as a prominent part of Greek social life.t With regard to jEschylus, in particular, ...
The Orchestration of the Arts — A Creative Symbiosis of ...
The earth, water, forest and sky - all are always beautifully orchestrating,
combined with expressive orchestric accompaniment. The spring, the rains and
the autumn bring forth tonal and orchestric variations. The eighth song of the
X With regard to ^Eschylus, in particular, I do not see how I should be acting in
consistency with the testimony of Athenaeus just quoted, if I were to assign such
a small proportion of the choric performances to orchestric accompaniment, ...
4Lschylus, in particular, I do not see how I should be acting in consistency with
the testimony of Athenaeus just quoted, if I were to assign such a small proportion
of the choric performances to orchestric accompaniment, as Boeckh and ...
Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine
We ourselves may boost to have introduced the word orchestric, which we regard
with parental pride, as a word expressive of that artificial and pompous music
which attends, for instance, the elaborate hexameter verse of Rome and Greece,
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «ORCHESTRIC»
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The Great Gatsby soundtrack-Elliott Wheeler interview
"There are a lot of parallels between mine and the Gatsby music, the feel of the two are both a go-between an orchestric feel and then different ... «Purple Revolver, May 13»