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Salagnon takes Eurydice away from a violent hell as the French withdraw from Algiers.
In the recent Eurydice report on science education[sup.
Emotions range from the humorous - Darwin is dismissed in a sentence - to the lengthy tracts of almost operatic emotion - cue Eurydice.
For its season-opener in September, the company offered a thoughtful, evocative retelling of Gluck's Orpheus and Eurydice, following that up on Oct.
It revolves around Orpheus, a professor of music and violinist, who, somewhat reluctantly, is encouraged to attempt to win back his wife, Eurydice, from Pluto, King of Hades.
This choice is notable not only because Eurydice is usually a silent actor in Orpheus's tale of artistic anguish and lost love, but also because the gifted Orpheus is the widely claimed patron of lyric poets, inspired by Apollo himself.
In the ancient Greek myth, Orpheus descends to the underworld to rescue his wife, Eurydice.
Buzzati takes the myth of Orpheus and Eurydice and transforms it into the tale of burgeoning rock star Orfi Baltazano and his lady love Eura Storm, and dips it in the Technicolor hues of the '60s.
The spider woman Arachne, Actaeon the hunter become a stag, Midas and the Golden Touch, Theseus and the Minotaur, Orpheus and Eurydice, Jupiter and Io, Baucis and Philemon, the tales of Persephone, Bacchus, and Tiresias, all these mythic tales and more are retold in language both as fresh, ancient, and rich as its original creator could ever wish.
On her wedding day to Orpheus, Eurydice trips and falls into the depths of the underworld where her memories are washed away by the river Styx.
The Orpheus Myth and the Powers of Music is a scholarly examination of how the classical myth of Orpheus and Eurydice has affected humankind's perception of the power of music, up to the present day.
He also sang J'ai perdu mon Eurydice from Orphee et Eurydice by Gluck.