A symphony of the Christian year. by Randolph Crump Miller

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Published by Seabury Press in Greenwich, Conn .

Written in English

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Subjects:

  • Episcopal Church -- Sermons.,
  • Church year sermons.,
  • Sermons, American -- 20th century.

Book details

Classifications
LC ClassificationsBX5937.M53 S9
The Physical Object
Pagination230 p.
Number of Pages230
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6155428M
LC Control Number54009090
OCLC/WorldCa1167746

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The tempo of the playing must be uniform across the symphony. One of the real challenges of music pedagogy is to develop a proper sense of rhythm and timing in performance. Problems with this are glaring in solo performance, but varying tempos amongst the various instruments create problems with group performance as well.

Symphonia (Greek: συμφωνία "accord") is a normative theory or concept in Orthodox Christian theological and political thought, especially within the Eastern Roman or Byzantine Empire, which posits that church and state are to complement each other, exhibiting mutual respect with neither institution presuming to dominate the other.

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A symphony is a long composition for orchestra, usually with three or four movements or sections, which differ in style, mood and tempo or the speed or music pace.

Symphonies became popular in Europe during the 17th century. Early symphonies were often in a three-movement form, which consisted of a fast first movement, a slow middle movement. Genre/Form: Sound recordings Discographies Discography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Haggin, B.H.

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Graves proposes that the literary forms of the texts provide clues on how to preach them, resulting in an approach that he calls 'form-sensitive.' Examines 10 of the most significant and practical literary forms in the New Testament. Also included are sample sermons by some of today's best known preachers.

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Symphony - Symphony - The early Classical period: Chord-generated melodies (those arising from arpeggiated triads, or three-note chords) abound in 18th-century symphonies, among which a number of stereotyped “theme families” can be distinguished.

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During the Baroque period, the terms symphony and sinfonia (its equivalent in some romance languages) were used to describe several instrumental forms, usually part of larger works.

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