Interpretive Images in the Song of Songs:From Wedding Chariots to Bridal Chambers Studies in the Humanities / Literature - Politics - Society Steven C. Horine
Image-Guided Radiation Therapy of Prostate Cancer:Simulation Methods, Evaluation Tools, andOptimization Techniques for Clinical Use William Song
(2018/Morello Records) 40 tracks - 4 Classic Albums on 2 CDsOne of the finest voices to emerge in country music during the mid-1970s belonged to a blind singer from North Carolina, a vocalist who would fuse several different musical threads, chalk up a su
(2018/Morello Records) 40 tracks - 4 Classic Albums on 2 CDs One of the finest voices to emerge in country music during the mid-1970s belonged to a blind singer from North Carolina, a vocalist who would fuse several different musical threads, chalk up a succession of major chart hits, attract capacity concert crowds, collect a mass of awards, and earn himself the music’s highest honour in 2014 with induction into Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame. That person was Ronnie Milsap. A native of Robbinsville, NC, and blind since birth, he began his music passage by listening to hillbilly music on the radio (Hank Williams, Webb Pierce and Hank Thompson were among his favourites, with the Grand Ole Opry an essential Saturday evening requisite) and gospel music in church. Possessing multi-instrumental skills, he learnt to play the violin by the time he turned seven, piano a year later and guitar at twelve. The four albums contained in this collection were released consecutively during the period 1977-1980, the productions broadened the boundaries of country music with their musicianship and song content, creating a framework in which Milsap’s vocals fitted perfectly. It Was Almost Like A Song (1977), was Ronnie Milsap’s eighth album for RCA and produced two No. 1 singles, the title track and What A Difference You Made In My Life . It won the CMA ´´Album of the Year” award.
´´Songs of Innocence and of Experience´´is a rare and wonderful book, its seeming simplicity belying its visionary wisdom. Internationally recognised as a masterpiece of English literature, it also occupies a key position in the history of western art. This unique edition of the work allows Blake to communicate with his readers as he intended, reproducing Blake´s own illumination and lettering from the finest existing example of the original work. In this way, readers can experience the mystery and beauty of Blake´s poems as he first created them, discovering for themselves the intricate web of symbol and meaning that connects word and image. Each poem is accompanied by a literal transcription, and the volume is introduced by the renowned historian and critic, Richard Holmes. This beautiful edition of´´The Songs of Innocence and Experience´´will be essential for those familiar with Blake´s work, but also offers an ideal way into his visionary world for those encountering Blake for the first time.
The Song of the Bird:Image Anthony De Mello
Songs of Silence:Collection of Poems and Images Chidi A. Okoye