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To clarify his point of view, he compares the theatergoer with a veteran soldier and a physician: "Nam ut miles veteranus aut medicus crebro videndo miseros consequitur ut non ultra moveatur quam oportet, ita etiam in tragoedia spectandis istiusmodi animus discit affectus suos in ordinem redigere" (2.
His Tragoedia was a searching exploration of tonality, stretching performers to their limits (not least Celine Saout's amazing harpism), and resorting to the time-honoured gimmick of instrumentalists doubling as percussionists, everything delivered with energy and delicacy.
Thomas Naogeorgus [Thomas Kirchmeyerl, Tragoedia noua Pammachius (1539).
Quibus ex verbis colligeramus et Sophocli tragoediam scriptam fuisse cui Niptra titulus esset, et eandem latinam (sicuti veteres solebant) a Pacuvio esse factam: qua in tragoedia argumentum contineretur reducis Ulyssis quem ibi deinde Telegonus filius ignotum ignotus pastinacae aculeo, sicuti scribit Oppianus [Opp.
3) The general context for Heidegger's and Benjamin's inquiries into the aesthetic category of tragedy--and to a lesser extent, von Wiese's as well--is Nietzsche's famous pronouncement, incipit tragoedia, which seeks to overcome modernity by completing it.
8) Non e improbabile che dietro questa moda stia l'insegnamento di Giulio Cesare Scaligero il quale nella sua Poetica scrive che "Quum autem sententiarum duo sint modi, utrisque tota tragoedia est fulcienda; sunt enim quasi columnae, aut pilae quaedam universae fabricae illius.
The Orestis tragoedia, in spite of its title, is a miniature epic poem or epyllion, (1) composed, it is now generally agreed (Bouquet & Wolff 2002:8) by the North African poet, Blossius Aemilius Dracontius.
71) Heinsius, 1996, 82: "Praecipuum in comoedia & tragoedia, est dispositio.
between Q2 and the German Tragoedia der Bestrafte Brudermord oder Prinz
His work ranged from pieces for children to electronic music, from theatrical items of varying types, including Punch and Judy, to more substantial contributions including Tragoedia and the Triumph of Time.
It offers a new insight into the variety of meanings that authors throughout the Middle Ages attributed to the word tragoedia as 'a literary or dramatic term' (p.
The first four chapters tackle in succession The Godly Queene Hester, the academic interlude Jacob and Esau, Thomas Garter's Susanna, George Peele's David and Fair Bethsabe, and George Buchanan's Jepthes Sive Votum Tragoedia.