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A Song Unheard Shadows Over England Book 2

Author : Roseanna M. White
ISBN : 9781493412433
Genre : Fiction
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Willa Forsythe is both a violin prodigy and top-notch thief, which makes her the perfect choice for a crucial task at the outset of World War I--to steal a cypher from a famous violinist currently in Wales. Lukas De Wilde has enjoyed the life of fame he's won--until now, when being recognized nearly gets him killed. Everyone wants the key to his father's work as a cryptologist. And Lukas fears that his mother and sister, who have vanished in the wake of the German invasion of Belgium, will pay the price. The only light he finds is meeting the intriguing Willa Forsythe. But danger presses in from every side, and Willa knows what Lukas doesn't--that she must betray him and find that cypher, or her own family will pay the price as surely as his has.

The Unheard Distance

Author : Sathupati Prasanna Sree
ISBN : 8176258474
Genre : Folk songs
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Voices Unheard

Author : Felice Garcia
ISBN : 9780595209477
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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For Inspirational Poetry, Historic Moments, Voices Unheard, and for the tragic losses of 91101, this book is dedicated.

The Unheard Voice Of God

Author : Lee Roy Martin
ISBN : 9789004397095
Genre : Religion
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Unheard Spoken Word

Author : Alex Coles
ISBN : 9781479748983
Genre : Poetry
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The summary of this book is simple; it is inspiring, encouraging, up-lifting poetry. Each poem delivery a great message, that leaves you feeling good, Its call "Unheard Spoken Word" because I think some of God's Word has been miss-understood; this book is my Interpretation of years of studying, & listening to the Word. Every poem was from something that I heard or read; That inspire me to write; This Poetry will encourage you to do better; To let you know "you can do what you know you can do", meaning there are no limits to what you can do, as long as God is in it, & blessed it, you will succeed. The wind that blows on the rich, blows on the poor, the wind that blows on righteous, blows on the unrighteous, meaning; God wants us all to succeed in life, so we have to make a plan, & take ACTION! You will go through trials & troubles, but most success stories have trials, so go through it, & I will see you on the other end, God bless, Enjoy! Poems like "Our Father" that tell you to honor God everyday, "Soul Food" that tells you to eat the word, & get full. "He had a Dream" that tells us to keep Dr. King dream alive. "Poetry is my Roses" tell you to give roses to the living. And many more Great Poetry!

Melodies Unheard

Author : Anthony Hecht
ISBN : 0801882664
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The fruit of a lifetime's reading and thinking about literature, its delights and its responsibilities, this book by acclaimed poet and critic Anthony Hecht explores the mysteries of poetry, offering profound insight into poetic form, meter, rhyme, and meaning. Ranging from Renaissance to contemporary poets, Hecht considers the work of Shakespeare, Sidney, and Noel; Housman, Hopkins, Eliot, and Auden; Frost, Bishop, and Wilbur; Amichai, Simic, and Heaney. Stepping back from individual poets, Hecht muses on rhyme and on meter, and also discusses St. Paul's Epistle to the Galatians and Melville's Moby-Dick. Uniting these diverse subjects is Hecht's preoccupation with the careful deployment of words, the richness and versatility of language and of those who use it well. Elegantly written, deeply informed, and intellectually playful, Melodies Unheard confirms Anthony Hecht's reputation as one of our most original and imaginative thinkers on the literary arts.

The Mother Of God Visits Hell A Play In Iambic Pentameter

Author : Daniel Guyton
ISBN : 9780557068609
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"The Mother of God Visits Hell" by Daniel Guyton... is tightly structured, with an amazing premise... The story captivates you. It has a premise that is delectable to the nth degree." -- "What the Butler Saw" theatre review --------- The Mother of God Visits Hell is a full-length poetic play about the Virgin Mary. It is written in iambic pentameter, and based on a poem described in "The Brothers Karamazov" by Fyodor Dostoyevsky, in which the Virgin Mary travels to hell to comfort the souls in torment. While there, she becomes so moved by their plight that she pleads with God to forgive them. When he refuses, a war erupts between Heaven and Hell, as the two forces battle over good and evil... --www.danguyton.com

The Voice Unheard

Author : Nina Larrey Duryea
ISBN : NYPL:33433074852231
Genre : Dinard (France)
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The Concert Song Companion

Author : Charles Osborne
ISBN : 9781475700497
Genre : Music
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W HAT I H A V E attempted in this book is a survey of song; the kind of song which one finds variously described as 'concert', 'art', or sometimes even 'classical song'. 'Concert song' seems the most useful, certainly the least inexact or misleading, of some descriptions, especially since 'art song' sounds primly off putting, and 'classical song' really ought to be used only to refer to songs written during the classical period, i. e. the 18th century. Concert song clearly means the kind of songs one hears sung at concerts or recitals. Addressing myself to the general music-lover who, though he possesses no special knowledge of the song literature, is never theless interested enough in songs and their singers to attend recitals of Lieder or of songs in various languages, I have naturally confined myself to that period of time in which the vast majority of these songs was composed, though not necessarily only to those composers whose songs have survived to be remembered in recital programmes today. I suppose this to be roughly the three centuries covered by the years 1650-1950, though most of the songs we, as audiences, know and love were composed in the middle of this period, in other words in the 19th century.

Mallarm? And Debussy

Author : Elizabeth McCombie
ISBN : 0199266379
Genre : Literary Criticism
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An interdisciplinary study of music and poetry which examines a series of encounters between Mallarme and Debussy. In a fresh reading of the lecture "La musique et les lettres", it argues that Mallarme's poetic theory creates an architecture for the cohabitation of music and letters.

A Collection Of Hymns

Author : Thomas Russell
ISBN : HARVARD:32044077975910
Genre : Bible
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Edwin Markham

Author : Sophie K. Shields
ISBN : WISC:89100067339
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Good News For Those Trying Harder

Author : Alan Kraft
ISBN : 9780781406857
Genre : Religion
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Countless believers are pursuing spiritual growth, only to repeatedly find themselves spinning their wheels and making no progress. Many are driven to just try harder. Others feel a growing sense of failure and distance from God. But for all involved, it's a frustrating cycle. What can we do when trying harder isn't working? Author and pastor Alan Kraft invites us to be still.still enough to hear the twin melodies that comprise the good news of the gospel-brokenness and faith. These core strains have the power to lift our exhausted heads so we may experience life to the full as Jesus promised. Discover the power of a broken spirit, embrace the wonder of living by faith, and experience the joy found when you just stop trying.

The Unheard Silence

Author : Jonathan Guthrie
ISBN : 9781503513648
Genre : Fiction
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More than three decades ago, research began on a mysterious story. Parts of which were told me by a desert prospector, nicknamed Seldom Seen Slim, with whom I shared many a campfire evening. These parts worked their way into The Unheard Silence, a novel of fact-based fiction. The story, later semi-confirmed by Texas and Mexico research, seemed to overstate itself. At about that time, while rummaging through Pennsylvania’s erudite extravaganza, The Book Barn, I found and purchased an encyclopedic dictionary left behind somewhere by the 1800s. What fun to use a few of those now-derelict words and to include their meanings and other useful information as footnotes. Hence evolved the format exploited in this book. I hope you enjoy these add-ons.

On Singing Onstage

Author : David Craig
ISBN : 9781557839879
Genre : Performing Arts
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(Applause Books). A terrific take on theatre singing by a master teacher. "David Craig knows more about singing in the musical theatre than anyone in this country which probably means the world. Time and time again his advice and training have resulted in actors moving from non-musical theatre into musicals with ease and expertise. Short of taking classes, this book is a must." Harold Prince

History Of Rock N Roll In Ten Songs

Author : Greil Marcus
ISBN : 9780300190304
Genre : Music
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The legendary critic and author of Mystery Train “ingeniously retells the tale of rock and roll” (Publishers Weekly, starred review). Unlike previous versions of rock ’n’ roll history, this book omits almost every iconic performer and ignores the storied events and turning points everyone knows. Instead, in a daring stroke, Greil Marcus selects ten songs and dramatizes how each embodies rock ’n’ roll as a thing in itself, in the story it tells, inhabits, and acts out—a new language, something new under the sun. “Transmission” by Joy Division. “All I Could Do Was Cry” by Etta James and then Beyoncé. “To Know Him Is to Love Him,” first by the Teddy Bears and almost half a century later by Amy Winehouse. In Marcus’s hands these and other songs tell the story of the music, which is, at bottom, the story of the desire for freedom in all its unruly and liberating glory. Slipping the constraints of chronology, Marcus braids together past and present, holding up to the light the ways that these striking songs fall through time and circumstance, gaining momentum and meaning, astonishing us by upending our presumptions and prejudices. This book, by a founder of contemporary rock criticism—and its most gifted and incisive practitioner—is destined to become an enduring classic. “One of the epic figures in rock writing.”—The New York Times Book Review “Marcus is our greatest cultural critic, not only because of what he says but also, as with rock-and-roll itself, how he says it.”—The Washington Post Winner of the Deems Taylor Virgil Thomson Award in Music Criticism, given by the American Society of Composers, Authors & Publishers

Wagner College Publications

Author : Wagner Memorial Lutheran College, Staten Island, N.Y.
ISBN : UOM:39015038641497
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Author : Sarah Dalton
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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In 1997 Isabel Quirke sits down to write a letter to her sister. A letter she never intends to send. Within the pages of that letter she describes the frightening events that lead up to the disintegration of their relationship. Susan Quirke, before she became Susan Hades--mother of Mary--goes through a transformation so extreme it changes her forever. Her younger sister Isabel can only watch. This short story can be read as a companion to the YA horror Mary Hades series. By the author: The Blemished series - YA dystopia The Mary Hades series - YA horror Keywords: teen, fiction, short story, Mary Hades, horror, Gothic, young adult, supernatural, paranormal, sister, creepy, suspense, mystery.

Unheard Melodies

Author : Claudia Gorbman
ISBN : UOM:39015021524403
Genre : Music
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Not A Song Like Any Other

Author : Mori Ogai
ISBN : 0824827023
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The literary writings of Mori Ōgai (1862-1922), one of the giant figures of the Meiji period, have become increasingly well known to readers of English through a number of recent translations of his novels and short stories. Ōgai was more than a writer of fiction, however. He has long been regarded in Japan as one of the most influential intellectual and artistic figures of his period, possessing a wide range of enthusiasms and concerns, many developed through his early European experiences. Not a Song Like Any Other attempts to reveal the full range of Ōgai’s creative endeavor, providing trenchant examples of his remarkable range, from dramatist and storyteller to poet and polemicist, all translated into English for the first time. The first of seven parts, “The Author Himself,” offers a variety of self portraits and other insights into Ōgai’s character through his essays—laconic, ironic, detached—written over the course of his career. “Mori Ōgai in Germany” reveals his responses to living in Germany in the 1880s and seeing for the first time how his country was being interpreted from the outside. It includes his celebrated and spirited defense of his country, originally published in a German newspaper. “Mori Ōgai and the World of Politics” relates his uneasy reactions to Japanese society at a later phase in his career. The fourth section provides some of the first information available in English concerning his lifelong interest in painting and other aspects of the visual arts in the Japan of his day. Ōgai’s theatrical experiments are briefly chronicled in Part 5. “Four Unusual Stories” offers new evidence of the range of the writer’s interests and ambitions. The final section includes some of the first translations of Ōgai’s poetry available in English. Contributors: Richard Bowring, Sarah Cox, Sanford Goldstein, Andrew Hall, Mikiko Hirayama, Helen Hopper, Marvin Marcus, Keiko McDonald, J. Thomas Rimer, Hiroaki Sato, William J. Tyler.

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