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Campana quoted passages from Leaves both in his notebooks (including passages from "So Long," "To a Locomotive, in Winter," "Bivouac on a Mountain Side," and "Whispers of Heavenly Death") and in Orphic Songs itself.
During European Classicism or Romanticism, there were attempts to redress this disjunction through the significations of the reactivated orphic myth (The Blinding of Orpheus).
In Bartleby the Scrivener, Melville "tries his hand at the Orphic style" (277)--to quote Raymond Weaver.
This is plain in Pythagoras and the Orphic Mysteries.
In this score, the mezzo-soprano sings the Ashbery text while the bass sings fragments of Greek texts chosen by me, starting with the Orphic creation story, including a few lines attributed by Plato to the actual poet, Orpheus.
Art is certainly the term referring to the orphic ideal and to the permanent state of artistic creativity that Wole Soyinka has maintained in his experiments with many dramatic forms, even with opera.
Nuto, as an orphic character embodies musicality, from his playing the clarinet to his musical laugh: "ha un modo di ridere fischiettando, anche se fa sul serio" (12).
of the promenade corresponding to Le Corbusier's own Orphic leanings and one orthodox that fitted the Dominicans' needs.
Oddly, in this time of economic challenge, we are seeing a resurgence of the Orphic leader.
The second section is about motion and the expression of a will and agency in literary automata in Orphic poetry, devotional rhetoric and civic pageantry.
I've set two wonderful texts (the Homeric and Orphic Hymns to Gaia) which, although from ancient Greece, speak directly to us today.
1) I also had the privilege of writing the introduction to his great translation of Campana's Orphic Songs for the Field series along the way.