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|So it takes them quite some time to start thinking of the events of their own times |
as being worthy of a song, and even ... ifSauron wins, there will be no more
songs.23 If, as George Jellinek said, “The history of a people is found in its songs,
|EDWARD JABLONSKI Blues are the songs of despair, but gospel songs are the |
songs of hope. MAHALIA JACKSON Rock 'n' roll ... THOMAS JEFFERSON The
history of a people is found in its songs. GEORGE JELLINEK When I started, ...
|Be this, however, as it may, and though no stone of the Paraclete should ever |
more be found upon its' site — though the spade or the ... Everybody knows that
the songs of a people proclaim a great deal concerning them, but no one, so far
as we know, has tried to tell us ... their notions of duty, their habitual feelings,
make up the vital being of the nation ; they decide the course of its history ; they
are the ...
|The third aspect of this cultural rebirth that found its way into Camp Woodland's |
philosophy was the concept of ... Just so did we go forth into the surrounding
Catskill communities, to meet many people. ... On our trips throughout the
Catskills, we learned about the past as well as the present — the story behind the
|Though the nightingale is exclusively a bird of the eastern continent, to which |
nothing corresponding is found in America, yet, with the local ... The old story of
its song being a lamentation uttered by the female when deprived of her mate is
of course too ridiculous for ... as there are a good many people fond of poetry,
and but little conversant with natural history, and as birds, especially singing
birds, are ...
|This seemingly innocuous statement had immense consequences: readers found |
in the Songs not an "art" of words, produced by a special ... confirmed modern
Western notions of archaic society; contemporary Chinese Marxist interpreters
find their own version of social history. ... It contains folk songs, songs of the
nobility, ritual hymns, and ballads on significant events in the history of the Zhou
|But the community house was never built, and Berlin never discovered where the |
money went. Not that he minded: Yip Yip Yaphank and its songs expressed pride
in his adopted country, and made Berlin even more of a national celebrity than ...
|She became fascinated by the mysterious and beautiful songs sung by the black |
laborers from New Orleans her father ... Cuney-Hare described Creoles as a
distinct people and the "descendants of the original French or Spanish settlers
and the ... "To call their music Negro Creole," she wrote, "is absolutely incorrect
and shows a woeful ignorance of the history of that ... 28 Cuney-Hare found very
little written about Creole music or people and came to her own conclusions
based on the ...
Gale Huntington, Lani Herrmann - 2010 - Preview
|The story of Ireland—its graces and shortcomings, triumphs and sorrows—is told by ballads, dirges, and humorous songs of its common people.|