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Triptych

Triptych
Author: Anthony J. Cirone
Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
ISBN: 9780769266381
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For four players. A 15-minute work in three diverse movements. Instrumentation: bells, xylophone, vibraphone, chimes, snare drum, bass drum, tom-tom, tenor drum, cymbals, timbales, bongos, finger cymbals, triangle, cowbell.
Triptych
Language: en
Pages: 48
Authors: Anthony J. Cirone
Categories: Music
Type: BOOK - Published: 1985-03 - Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
For four players. A 15-minute work in three diverse movements. Instrumentation: bells, xylophone, vibraphone, chimes, snare drum, bass drum, tom-tom, tenor drum, cymbals, timbales, bongos, finger cymbals, triangle, cowbell.
An American Triptych
Language: en
Pages: 282
Authors: Wendy Martin
Categories: Literary Criticism
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-09-01 - Publisher: UNC Press Books
Anne Bradstreet, Emily Dickinson, and Adrienne Rich share nationality, gender, and an aesthetic tradition, but each expresses these experiences in the context of her own historical moment. Puritanism imposed stringent demands on Bradstreet, romanticism both inspired and restricted Dickinson, and feminism challenged as well as liberated Rich. Nevertheless, each poet succeeded in forming a personal vision that counters traditional male poetics. Their poetry celebrates daily life, demonstrates their commitment to nurturance rather than dominance, shows their resistance to the control of both their earthly and heavenly fathers, and affirms their experience in a world that has often denied women a voice. Wendy Martin recreates the textures of these women's lives, showing how they parallel the shifts in the status of American women from private companion to participant in a wider public life. The three portraits examine in detail the life and work of the Puritan wife of a colonial magistrate, the white-robed, reclusive New England seer, and the modern feminist and lesbian activist. Their poetry, Martin argues, tells us much about the evolution of feminist and patriarchal perspectives, from Bradstreet's resigned acceptance of traditional religion, to Dickinson's private rebellion, to Rich's public criticism of traditional masculine culture. Together, these portraits
Triptych and Iphigenia
Language: en
Pages: 132
Authors: Edna O'Brien
Categories: Drama
Type: BOOK - Published: 2007-12-01 - Publisher: Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
Two plays by the acclaimed Irish author: an adaption of Euripides and an “emotionally bruising drama” of three women obsessed with the same man (The New York Times). Triptych With searing acuity, O’Brien presents the story of three women—a mistress, a wife, and a daughter—who are all helplessly drawn to Henry: their lover, husband, and father. While Henry himself never appears, his specter is never absent as these women confront the ways that love can simultaneously liberate and entrap. Triptych is a powerful work that explores sex, marriage, and predatory relationships. Iphigenia In this modern take on the Greek tragedy, O’Brien takes creative license with Euripides’s tale of a daughter sacrificed for the sake of war. This taut, contemporary version presents, in O’Brien’s own words, “a more equal representation of the power and presence of both male and female characters” (Edna O’Brien, Independent, UK). “Intriguingly original . . . emotionally brave and engagingly clever.” –R. Hurwitt, The San Francisco Chronicle
Triptych
Language: en
Pages: 228
Authors: Jerome Rothenberg
Categories: Poetry
Type: BOOK - Published: 2007 - Publisher: New Directions Publishing
The key book by the internationally celebrated poet with the only "Polish ghetto-Hassidic-cowboy and Indian American comic voice" (Robert Duncan) in history. "if only our eyes were wild enough to see them our hearts to know their terror" --Jerome Rothenberg For the last half of the twentieth century into the new millennium, no other American poet has been as deeply engaged in the opening of the poem (its boundaries and its possibilities) than Jerome Rothenberg. As editor, translator, essayist, performer, groundbreaking anthologist, one of the founding figures of enthnopoetics, and most significantly, as poet, Rothenberg has remapped the art against the grain of a single "great tradition." Reminiscent of H.D.'s "Trilogy, Triptych" assembles three long serial poems into one multilayered sacred text. Like Kafka's "Amerika," Calvino's "Euphemia," and Babel's "Odessa," Rothenberg's Poland in "Poland/1931," first published in 1974, is a "poland stuffed with poland / brought in the imagination." Fifteen years later, Poland materializes into "Khurbn" (a Yiddish word meaning destruction, holocaust, human disaster), a poem summoned from the author's visit to his ancestral town, Ostrow-Mazowiecka, and the confrontation with his family's annihilation--including an uncle who killed himself--during World War II. "Allowing my uncle's khurbn to speak through me..." the
Triptych
Language: en
Pages: 371
Authors: Larissa Wodtke, Rhian E. Jones
Categories: Music
Type: BOOK - Published: 2017-02-21 - Publisher: Watkins Media Limited
The UK alternative rock band, Manic Street Preachers, were and remain one of the most interesting, significant, and best-loved bands of the past thirty years. Their third album The Holy Bible (1994) is generally acknowledged to be their most enduring and fascinating work, and one of the most compelling and challenging records of the nineties. Triptych reconsiders The Holy Bible from three separate, intersecting angles, combining the personal with the political, history with memory, and popular accessibility with intellectual attention to the album's depth and complexity.
Triptych
Language: en
Pages: 528
Authors: Karin Slaughter
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2008-09-04 - Publisher: Random House
‘One of the boldest thriller writers working today’ TESS GERRITSEN ‘Her characters, plot, and pacing are unrivalled’ MICHAEL CONNELLY _________________________________________ The first Will Trent novel, from the #1 bestselling author When Atlanta police detective Michael Ormewood is called out to a murder scene at the notorious Grady Homes, he finds himself faced with one of the the most brutal killings of his career: Aleesha Monroe is found in the stairwell in a pool of her own blood, her body horribly mutilated. As a one-off killing it's shocking, but when it becomes clear that it's just the latest in a series of similar attacks, the Georgia Bureau of Investigation are called in, and Michael is forced into working with Special Agent Will Trent of the Criminal Apprehension Team - a man he instinctively dislikes. Twenty-four hours later, the violence Michael sees around him every day explodes in his own back yard. And it seems the mystery behind Monroe's death is inextricably entangled with a past that refuses to stay buried ... _________________________________________ Crime and thriller masters know there’s nothing better than a little Slaughter: ‘I’d follow her anywhere’ GILLIAN FLYNN ‘Passion, intensity, and humanity’ LEE CHILD ‘A writer of extraordinary talents’
Triptych
Language: en
Pages: 336
Authors: Margit Liesche
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-10-01 - Publisher: Sourcebooks, Inc.
Budapest, 1956. In this darkest year in the modern history of Hungary, a national uprising against Soviet occupiers and their reign of terror is underway. Eleven year old Evike and her firebrand mother steal deep into battle zones in support of civilian freedom fighters armed only with primitive weapons and desperate courage against the heavy artillery of trained Russian troops. Taken in for interrogation by the secret police, little Evike spins a story to deflect attention from her mother’s revolutionary activities. A story that will irrevocably alter a number of lives and reach its tentacles, thirty years later, into the life of Ildiko Palmay. Chicago, 1986. Ildiko, 37, a librarian and ESL teacher, the American-born daughter of Hungarian refugees, is caught in a web of guilt and regret over her mother's mystifying death. Unsettled by her life and her romantic failures, she finds herself suddenly and unexpectedly drawn back to her roots, first to the Hungarian neighborhood of her youth in Chicago—and eventually to the Russian-occupied city of Budapest. Along the way, she meets a magnetic man who may not be what he seems, uncovers a trail of secrets and betrayals that eventually intersect with the tangled knot of the
Triptych
Language: en
Pages: 304
Authors: P. K. Page
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-01-10 - Publisher: The Porcupines Quill
Known for her award-winning poetry and her intricate visual art, P. K. Page did not consider herself a writer of fiction, but she nevertheless produced a substantial and varied body of compelling stories. Triptych: Selected Fiction of P. K. Page presents powerful examples of Page’s insightful and provocative fiction. Characterized by the exploration of charged ideas, these works (including a novel, several short stories, and a collection of brief linked narratives) take inspiration from experience both lived and imagined. In them, Page meditates on the notion of memory and the process of remembering, delving into themes of imagination and identity, of art and the environment, all the while maintaining the language and lyricism epitomized in her poetry. With a critical introduction by volume editor Elizabeth Popham, Triptych not only reproduces the captivating and lyrical prose of one of Canada’s most beloved authors, but also provides readers with a tantalizing glimpse into the extension of the poet-artist’s oeuvre and her development as a skillful writer of fiction.
Triptych
Language: en
Pages: 148
Authors: April Vinding
Categories: Religion
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-04-05 - Publisher: Wipf and Stock Publishers
Faith is a container that holds a match: a puzzle, a flame, a fight. How do we make sense of God through human relationship? How do the layers of experience and theology interleave? How do the persons of the Trinity appear in the formative altars of our lives? With vivid imagery and a compelling lyric voice, Triptych grapples with the complications of the faith of incarnation and how their dimensions shift as we grow. Probing the implications of trinity, the memoir unfolds in three sections. "Fathers" wrestles through faith in childhood, trying to make sense of the lines of love and duty and how fathers represent a Father God. "Sons" chronicles blistered experiences of young adulthood: trying to find love and cope with sexuality when being faithful means a flame burns both human and divine. "Holy Ghosts" continues the stitching and colliding of human and divine relationships by confronting marriage and the Spirit as intimate, intervening, and intrusive.
Triptych
Language: en
Pages:
Authors: Joyce Ellen Davis
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-03-14 - Publisher: Lulu Press, Inc
Three short science fiction stories; Morning Dove, The Stars As Sheep The Void As Grass, and Too Loose Toulouse.