Zeitschrift, 10

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Breitkopf und Härtel., 1908
 

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˹ 104 - Tree and Serpent Worship ; Or, Illustrations of Mythology and Art in India in the First and Fourth Centuries after Christ, from the Sculptures of the Buddhist Topes at Sanchi and Amravati.
˹ 78 - Da aber Herodes gestorben war, siehe, da erschien der Engel des Herrn dem Joseph im Traum in Ägyptenland zoUnd sprach: Stehe auf und nimm das Kindlein und seine Mutter zu dir und zeuch hin in das Land Israel; sie sind gestorben, die dem Kinde nach dem Leben stunden.
˹ 73 - Laßt uns nun gehen gen Bethlehem und die Geschichte sehen, die da geschehen ist, die uns der Herr kundgetan hat.
˹ 116 - A group belonging to the outer rail. The quantity of the sculptures was amazing. The central discs of the pillars alone contained from 6000 to 7000 figures. If we add to these the continuous frieze above, and the sculptures above and below the discs on the pillars, there probably were not less than from 120 to 140 figures for each intercolumniation, say 12,000 to 14,000 in all. The inner rail probably contains even a greater number of figures than this, and they are so small as more to resemble ivory...
˹ 321 - ... which music as such has little or nothing to do. Her subject is usually vague and indeterminate, her vocabulary is made up of a few scales, and for the rest we are told that her genius is limited to the common emotions of mankind and the common inheritance of pure form. But it is wholly false to infer that music is independent of nationality. The composer bears the mark of his race not less surely than the poet or the painter, and there is no music with true blood in its veins and true passion...
˹ 32 - Wiesental hin, Und in dem glatten See Weiden ihr Antlitz Alle Gestirne. Wind ist der Welle Lieblicher Buhler; Wind mischt vom Grund aus Schäumende Wogen. Seele des Menschen, Wie gleichst du dem Wasser! Schicksal des Menschen, Wie gleichst du dem Wind!
˹ 276 - Oreo. multa Dircaeum levat aura cycnum, tendit, Antoni, quotiens in altos nubium tractus : ego apis Matinae more modoque grata carpentis thyma per laborem plurimum circa nemus uvidique Tiburis ripas operosa parvus carmina fingo.
˹ 419 - This morning come two of Captain Cooke's boys, whose voices are broke, and are gone from the Chapel, but have extraordinary skill ; and they and my boy, with his broken voice, did sing three parts ; their names were Blaew and Loggings ; but, notwithstanding their skill, yet to hear them sing with their broken voices, which they could not command to keep in tune, would make a man mad so bad it was.
˹ 67 - Jedes Mitglied des Kongresses hat sich bei seiner Anmeldung oder spätestens beim Beginn des Kongresses unter genauer Angabe von Stand, Titel und Wohnort in die Listen derjenigen Sektionen eintragen zu lassen, an deren Verhandlungen er teilnehmen will, und seine Berliner Wohnung für die Dauer des Kongresses anzugeben.
˹ 73 - Ehre sei Gott in der Höhe und Friede auf Erden und den Menschen ein Wohlgefallen!

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