These later selections date from the reign of Ka-mehameha III (1825-1854) to that of Queen Liliu-o-ka-lani (1891-1893) and comprise the major portion of the book.
Author: Mary Kawena Pukui
Publisher: University of Hawaii Press
Haina ia mai ana ka puana. This familiar refrain, sometimes translated "Let the echo of our song be heard," appears among the closing lines in many nineteenth-century chants and poems. From earliest times, the chanting of poetry served the Hawaiians as a form of ritual celebration of the things they cherished--the beauty of their islands, the abundance of wild creatures that inhabited their sea and air, the majesty of their rulers, and the prowess of their gods. Commoners as well as highborn chiefs and poet-priests shared in the creation of the chants. These haku mele, or "composers," the commoners especially, wove living threads from their own histoic circumstances and everyday experiences into the ongoing oral tradition, as handed down from expert to pupil, or from elder to descendant, generation after generation. This anthology embraces a wide variety of compositions: it ranges from song-poems of the Pele and Hiiaka cycle and the pre-Christian Shark Hula for Ka-lani-opuu to postmissionary chants and gospel hymns. These later selections date from the reign of Ka-mehameha III (1825-1854) to that of Queen Liliu-o-ka-lani (1891-1893) and comprise the major portion of the book. They include, along with heroic chants celebrating nineteenth-century Hawaiian monarchs, a number of works composed by commoners for commoners, such as Bill the Ice Skater, Mr. Thurston's Water-Drinking Brigade, and The Song of the Chanter Kaehu. Kaehu was a distinguished leper-poet who ended his days at the settlement-hospital on Molokai.
FRA Z A A. F time with our song , borne on the wind , BOATING SONG - CONCLUDED . FINE . ... Flit - ting in sun - shin - y glance . gaily pro - long ; Hill - side and val - ley reech - 0 Our song , D. C. Sweet - ly re echo - our song .
The Dismissal may be extended and might be drawn from the themes of the service. Hymns, songs and psalms. A closing hymn may express praise, dedication and commitment, encouragement, discipleship and service. It may in some way echo the ...
Author: Douglas Galbraith
Publisher: Saint Andrew Press
Assist Our Song combines accessible teaching about the theology and shape of worship with essential information about the forms of music used, including congregational hymns, songs, canticles and psalm chant, and music performed by choirs and musicians. It explores the range of resources available, how to extend repertoire, blending the old with the new, changing patterns of church life, and other practical issues. Its aims are the heightening of the profile of music within the church, increasing the skills and understanding on the part of musicians and choirs, assisting leaders of worship and empowering congregations to see themselves also as ‘ministers of music’ It offers practical assistance for the ‘delivery’ of music – choosing music, making the most of choirs and working with musicians. It will be welcomed by all who lead, provide or curate music in worship, as well as clergy and ordinands who lack musical expertise or confidence.
He stops to listen, as 'A wild, pathetic voice, chants a hymn common among the slaves.' This time it is a hymn of judgement, of parting, and he fears that the ghost of his dead mother will appear to judge him. This may well echo the way ...
Author: Janet Wootton
Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Women have made an amazing, creative, and prolific contribution to hymnody through the centuries of Christian worship. Excluded from liturgical commissions and denied other opportunities for involvement in the worship of the churches, women were able to express and influence spirituality in the writing of hymns. This influence spreads across the whole range of hymn-writing, including writing for children, which was at one time seen as women's natural place, but also the introduction of new voices through translations; engagement in social campaigns such as temperance and the abolition of slavery; mission and evangelism; and the general development of worshipping life. However, with the exception of the nineteenth century, the voices of women have been largely silenced or marginalized. The Hymn Explosion of the 1960s onward almost completely ignored women's writing, and there has only recently been something of a recovery. There is much more to Our Song than people think! This book opens up women's writing from the beginnings of Christianity, through the Middle Ages, the development of printing and the rise of popular hymnody to the present day. Living hymn-writers add their voices in a series of biographical stories, which complete the overarching story of Our Song.
Shall we not echo the prayer of the bride . Let my Beloved come into our poor gardens , to plant his choice things there , his sweet spices and his myrrh , and then come and feast with us and abide with us for ever !
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Author: Boston Academy of Music
Category: Choruses, Sacred (Mixed voices) with piano
Next the men raise the question, “What will echo from our song? What has changed from this land of toil and pain?” (Figure 7-3). While the other voices hold the word “echo,” the basses create a text-painting effect and repeat the words ...
Author: William Skoog
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Jennifer Higdon is an esteemed American composer known internationally, and the recipient of many awards in various musical genres. Though best known for her instrumental works and operas, she is a prolific writer of choral music that is fascinating, varied in style, profound, and meaningful, and speaks directly to a contemporary audience through the carefully selected texts. This book explores a number of Higdon’s choral works, both extended and short works, citing the extensive relationship of the music to the texts, which are set a cappella, with full orchestra or with chamber instruments. Also presented are composition characteristics, analytical analysis, and insights directly from the composer.
As they listen again tell them to put up their hand when they hear an echo. Echoes are always quieter than the ... EJO Singing the song When they are confident encourage the children to join in and sing the echo with the recording.
Author: George Odam
Publisher: Nelson Thornes
Category: Education, Elementary
This Year 1 Teacher's Book provides structured whole class lesson plans, with practical ideas for group, individual and follow-up activities. A clear, straightforward approach offers comprehensive support for the specialist and non-specialist alike.
Let our heart sing the songs that echo the words of hosanna throughout eternity! My Lord, can you hear the sound of My Holy song as it follows you to Your Heavenly Throne on high? Can you see the gift of My song as it clings to Your ...
Author: Barbara Ann Mary Back
Barbara and her daughter La Toya, share and spread The Goodness of The Lord. MY LORD: AS A CHILD YOU REVEALED TO ME BARBARA SPEAKING TO THE LORD Your wonders: Your Majesty: Your Sovereignty: Your Holiness: Your Faithfulness: Your Truth: Your Continuous Love: Your Continuous Mercy: Your due Reverence: Your Grace: Your Kindness: Your Omnipotence: Your Omnipresence: Your Holy Words: Your Fulfilled Promises: My Divine assignment: the depth of Your Sanctity and Love: My Lord, when I was a child, You revealed Your Holy Essence to me...
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... develops a theory of the triple echo - the echo of an inner voice , the song of the outside world , and the rumblings of ... These voices or echoes , although heard in unison in a written text , which by virtue of certain textual ...
Author: Philippe Hamon
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Category: Literary Criticism
In Expositions, Philippe Hamon leads us on an engaging intellectual stroll through the spaces and representations of the nineteenth-century French metropolis. Inspired by the cultural histories of Walter Benjamin and Wolfgang Schivelbusch, Expositions explores the spatial and cultural logic of Haussmann's sweeping Paris boulevards, classic novels by Balzac and Zola, the Bon March� department store, and the poetry of Baudelaire.
Containing a Choice Variety of Temperance Songs, Duets and Choruses Suitable for the Sociable Entertainments of the ... Let's count the wild flowers whose odors are breathing And make hill and valley re - echo our song , Re - echo our ...
BOATING SONG . 56 · 1. Light - ly our boat is now glid - ing a long , gliding a long , D.C. - Forests and meadows are pass ... Leaving far distant our home on the shore , - beautiful spray , bend to the oar , Hillside and valley re echo ...
Hark ! for God hears us , as echoes our song , Sounding the cry to make Tyranny quake : March , march , march , march ! Conquer or fall ! Rouse to the callJustice and Freedom for one and for all ! Workmen , arise !
Hark ! for God hears us , as echoes our song , Sounding the cry to make Tyranny quake : March , march , march , march ! Conquer or fall ! Rouse to the call Justice and Freedom for one and for all ! Workmen , arise !
The " C.D.I.B. " rap song thus celebrates cultural independence through ethnic and aesthetic hybridity . ... In a new echo of the playwright's earlier cross - cultural technique , a First Nations version of African American blues music ...
Author: Marc Maufort
Publisher: Peter Lang
Category: Literary Criticism
Taking its cue from Eugene O'Neill's questioning of «faithful realism», voiced by Edmund Tyrone in Long Day's Journey into Night, this book examines the distant legacy of the Irish American playwright in contemporary multiethnic drama in the U.S. It explores the labyrinth of formal devices through which African American, Latina/o, First Nations, and Asian American dramatists have unconsciously reinterpreted O'Neill's questioning of mimesis. In their works, hybridizations of stage realism function as aesthetic celebrations of the spiritual potentialities of cultural in-betweenness. This volume provides detailed analyses of over forty plays authored by such key artists as August Wilson, Suzan-Lori Parks, José Rivera, Cherríe Moraga, Hanay Geiogamah, Diane Glancy, David Henry Hwang, and Chay Yew, to give only a few prominent examples. All in all, Labyrinth of Hybridities invites its readers to reassess the cross-cultural patterns characterizing the history of twentieth century American drama.
Elizabeth bears John, who will herald the Messiah; Mary's song acknowledges this great work of salvation. ... What is our song today? ... Elizabeth's age and barrenness echo the stories of those two ancient ancestors of Israel.
Author: Greg Friedman
Publisher: St Anthony Messenger Press
Christians know that St. John the Baptist prepares the way of the Lord. Which other saints can accompany us during the four weeks of waiting for the birth of Jesus? Through insightful reflections, Franciscan Father Greg Friedman, a pastor and radio personality, connects us to the lives of saints and holy ones suggested by the Scriptural readings of Advent. Father Greg draws on his love for the saints to offer us daily inspiration during this season of preparation. For each day of Advent until Christmas Day, we find a brief reflection on an Advent lectionary reading, with a saintly connection, a suggested action for the day, and a prayer to help us slow down and savor this season of waiting and hope. This perennial Advent resource will become part of your preparation for Christmas year after year.
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This hope for a new day has even made lovers change their arcane love songs and dreams of happiness . ... She seems to echo the new song that lovers sing in the context of struggle when she says that " true life is the message of the ...
II , Not to bring pain and distress with their bitter lamenting , Marching along , marching along ; Not to strike death ... Ours is the Army of Heav'n , Angels re - echo our song ; Glory to God in the highest be given , We sing as we're ...
Includes the proceedings of the annual meeting of the Society.