France data United States. MusicBrainz work. Namespaces Article Talk. Views Read Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file. Download as PDF Printable version. Wir schlafen sicher bis zum Morgen, Ob Menschen noch so grausam sind. Reine Magd! Listen to a maiden's prayer! Thou canst hear though from the wild; Thou canst save amid despair.
Safe may we sleep beneath thy care, Though banish'd, outcast and reviled — Maiden! The flinty couch we now must share Shall seem with down of eider piled, If thy protection hover there.
The murky cavern's heavy air Shall breathe of balm if thou hast smiled; Then, Maiden! Foul demons of the earth and air, From this their wonted haunt exiled, Shall flee before thy presence fair. We bow us to our lot of care, Beneath thy guidance reconciled; Hear for a maid a maiden's prayer, And for a father hear a child! Benedicta tu in mulieribus, et benedictus, Et benedictus fructus ventris tuiVentris tui, Jesus.
Sancta Maria, Mater Dei, Ora pro nobis peccatoribus, Ora, ora pro nobis; Ora, ora pro nobis peccatoribus, Nunc et in hora mortis, In hora mortis nostrae. In hora, hora mortis nostrae, In hora mortis nostrae. Blessed art thou among women, and blessed, Blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Thy womb, Jesus.
Hail Mary! The hour, the hour of our death, The hour of our death. As summarized below, the Symphony garnered approbation from critics, theorists, composers and biographers and came to be viewed as a canonized masterwork, known for its fugue and its overall structure which exuded clarity.
The first known recording of the Jupiter Symphony is from around the beginning of World War Iissued by the Victor Talking Machine Company in its black label series, making it one of the first symphonies to be recorded using the acoustic recording technology. The record labels list the Victor Concert Orchestra as the performers; they omit the conductor, who according to company ledgers was Walter B. The music was heavily abridged, issued on two records: inch and inch Victor published two widely separated takes of each of the first two movements under the same catalogue numbers.
The distribution, recording dates, and approximate timings were as follows data from corresponding matrix pages in Discography of American Historical Recordings as indicated and physical copies of the records :. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Last symphony by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Audio playback is not supported in your browser. You can download the audio file. The Morning Post of Tuesday, June 3,carries an advertisement for printed music that includes: "The celebrated movement from Mozart's sympathy [sic], called 'Jupiter', arranged as a Duet, by J.
Wilkins, 4s. So the fact that the nickname of Mozart's symphony is an allusion to Ditters's symphony is generally overlooked. The Guardian. Retrieved September 29, This leads into an exact recapitulation of the piano's entrance, which now leads into a brilliant coda involving various figurations of the octave-triplet idea, as well as runs on the piano consisting entirely of ascending parallel triads and glissandi.
The second theme is restated in the high register of the piano, first as blocked chords, then as frenetic sixteenth-note arpeggios. The orchestra then resumes the pulsating low Cs; the piano makes a shortened restatement of the scalar passage that led to the recapitulation, which is now used to end the movement, with a dissonant harmony followed sarcastically by barely tonal open C octaves.
The middle movement in E minor is a theme and five variations and is a dazzling example of Prokofiev expressing his slightly sarcastic wit in musical terms. The third movement, which Prokofiev himself called an "argument"  between soloist and orchestra, begins with an A-minor statement of the main theme in bassoons and pizzicato strings, interrupted by the piano's assertive entrance with a conflicting theme.
The piano offers a rather sarcastic reply, and the slow theme develops, through another Rachmaninoff -esque restatement and another ethereal exploration the soloist running up and down the keyboard softly over gently dissonant muted woodwindsinto a united climax with piano and strings in unison, then fading into the Coda. This is the most virtuosic section of the concerto, with an allegro restatement of the main theme, again in bassoonsbut in E minor.
The piano reframes it initially III Allegro D major, then slides into a bitonal obbligato against a G major underpinning in strings. Then the coda explodes into a musical battle between soloist and orchestra, with prominent piano ornamentation over the orchestra including famously difficult double-note arpeggisometimes approximated by pianists with keyboard glissandos using the knuckleseventually establishing the ending key of C major and finishing in a flourish with a fortissimo C tonic ninth chord.
Paula Aamli is a Humanities graduate with a Masters in Sustainability. In she won the G. Philip received a commendation from Heidi Williamson in The Poetry Society Stanza poetry competition,for his poem on the theme of dyslexia.
Joe Crocker lives in Yorkshire. He is a little old to be starting out in poetry but succumbed to the muse during the Covid lockdown and has had a some things published, mainly in Snakeskin magazine, LightBewildering Stories and in New Verse News. She co-hosts Ouse Muse in Bedford, which is currently meeting online. Julian Dobson lives in Sheffield. Loretta Fahya native of Co. Sligo and graduate of Trinity College, Dublin.
For his most recent collection of poems, Human Timesee www. He read English at Oxford and has taught for many years. Rebecca Gethin has written 6 poetry publications. She was a Hawthornden Fellow and a Poetry School tutor. Palewell Press published Vanishings in and Marble published a chapbook in Messages was a winner in the inaugural Coast to Coast to Coast pamphlet competiton.
She blogs sporadically at www. Work upcoming in Lana Turner and III Allegro Critic. Some favourites are in The HyperTexts. Toby Jackson has spent most of his professional life in galleries of modern and contemporary art, curating public programmes and writing on art and museology. He has written poetry most of his adult life and has had work published in many poetry magazines and journals including Magma, The Lake, Borderlines, Other Poetry, Fire and The Coffee House.
Kristine Johanson is an Amsterdam-based writer and academic. Chris Kinsey fell in love with the Mid-Wales hills as a toddler and imagined that her future would be amongst them. She has lived in Powys since and has had five collections published. Her various awards include the Oscar Blumenthal Prize from Poetry magazine.
She has been a resident at Yaddo, a Fellow of the Radcliffe Institute, and the recipient III Allegro many grants. She has published books on art with Rizzoli, Harry N. Abrams, and other houses. Stuart Mckenzie is a London based visual artist. He was one of three poets featured in the Laudanum Chapbook Anthology series Volume 1. Katie Martin is a poet from Dublin, Ireland. He lives in Berlin.
Her two London poetry venues, where famous III Allegro unknown read together, raises money for the homeless. Psalmuel Benjamin Oluwasheun is a young Christian poet, short stories writer, dramatist, artist and inspiring lawyer from Nigeria.
He is a round writer with the fear of God. If he is not doing the above mentioned exercises, he's praying. Inshe was the winner of the Hedgehog Poetry single poem competition III Allegro was nominated for the Forward Prize.
She was also highly commended in the Geoff Stevens Memorial Prize. She lives in Wiltshire with her husband and two boys. Ilse Pedler has had poems published in Magma, Stand, Strix, as well as several anthologies. Her first collection Auscultation was published by Seren in Juneshe works as a veterinary surgeon in Kendal.
D A Prince lives in Leicestershire and London. A pamphlet, Bookmarksalso from Happen Stancewas published in Her poetry was nominated for the Forward Prize single best poem, and shortlisted for the Flambard Prize.
Her work was selected as Cafe Writers' Poem of the Month. Red Squirrel Press publish her pamphlet Much left Unsaid. Kris Spencer has written seven books. He is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. He is a Head teacher living and working in West London. Phil Vernon lives in Kent, in the UK.
Kelley Whitea pediatrician, has worked in inner-city Philadelphia and rural New Hampshire. She received a Pennsylvania Council on the Arts grant. Issue 27 September Geography Editor's Comments Following on from last September's History issue the theme of Geography resulted in a large number of submissions.
Sally Long Poems Landscaping Stowe And so he planted trees, with a mind running beyond his lifetime, carving a fresh horizon. D A Prince Sils Lake II They keep coming back, the butterflies from shore to shore; Proust evoked them not yet the great French writer, conjured them up as we conjure him now. George Santayana Some tongues place stress on the second vowel some delay emphasis until fourth-fifth consonant allowing the last syllable to become light-shadow: yet our shadows are not light, our imprints darken walls, buildings — the weight of those bodies still, though dissolved, hang heavy, permeates western momentum, moral argument from armchair ease, while lives of those who evaded total retribution reside in new museums, are consigned to history as history consigns conscience to such argument — where to place each stress, of guilt, of syllable: Hiro: HiROsh: HiroSHIma.
Finola Scott Guerrilla country You climb the final rise, and reach the ridge. Grant Tarbard Forgiveness The woman with the forgiveness is out there in the world somewhere. John Grey In the slot for tracks the time between trains is your last address though it's the station that's waiting for the years gone by to return the way this unwanted newspaper is already seated as if it was going further and at the border would spread as the grammar all travelers learn from each other to put the minutes in order before reaching out to hand some conductor the death certificate that has no period for the hole to be dug by the silence reaching out from so many tears night after night for it to end.
Simon Perchik Cranes at Airport Lake Their spirals go upwards but as though some pliers didn't know which way to twist and cut. Kristine Johanson The Cathedral in Seville I take her to the Cathedral fountain and wash her hair in water that glitters with sun and coins. She shoots her head up from the water like a diving duck.
Two hills with trees carved by wind as if they were stone, as if the trees are ancient. Better to think and absorb, feel the spirit of the place emerge. My thoughts wander over the hill to the shooters, to lunch, yellow farm butter, thick slabs of brown home-made bread. I watch and wait until my hands take on a life of their own flow over furrows of ploughed fields. The rooks circle the clumps of trees and I take flight to join them with black eyes, out-stretched wings.
IV There is still enough time to die believe me, I did everything I could, but some things I am just not that good at. I imagine his urge to draw in the margins, sciapods, unicorns and griffins brought home by sailors in sea-chests each beast, each attribute, tinted in earth colours, etched into its own dry dock. Kris Spencer The Map Maker The map maker cultivates curves, Charts each contour, Co-ordinates ridges, rivers and roads Yet is indifferent to ice, flow and potholes, Cannot plot the daily grind of erosion, Cannot predict where the land will lie after high tide And just like that, faith is cast amidst the flotsam.
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