LYRE


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LYRELiterature for Young Readers (Youngstown State University; Youngstown, OH)
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Hermes' lyre has seven strings and the invention of the seven-stringed lyre is ascribed to Terpander
If I could dwell Where Israfel Hath dwelt, and he where I, He might not sing so wildly well A mortal melody, While a bolder note than this might swell From my lyre within the sky.
Thus in the music of the flute and of the lyre, 'harmony' and rhythm alone are employed; also in other arts, such as that of the shepherd's pipe, which are essentially similar to these.
What I took for blazing eyes was probably a couple of stars shining through the strings of the lyre.
It was while I gave you that kiss, up above, under Apollo's lyre," she said.
Youths and maidens all blithe and full of glee, carried the luscious fruit in plaited baskets; and with them there went a boy who made sweet music with his lyre, and sang the Linos-song with his clear boyish voice.
There was a bard also to sing to them and play his lyre, while two tumblers went about performing in the midst of them when the man struck up with his tune.
This phase is scheduled to be completed by the end of July 2018 and includes bank stabilization, culvert installation, and trail improvements matching the one mile section completed last year from the Lyre River Trailhead to the newly restored McFee Tunnel.
from upper Session Road down to Magsaysay Avenue going to Harrison Road towards the Baguio Athletic Bowl for a showdown of the elementary category of the drum and lyre and street dancing competitions.
On Sunday three musicians, Gavriil Karapatakis on the fretless bass, Hub Hildenbrand on guitar and Zacharias Spyridakis on Cretan lyre, will bring their musical history and cultural backgrounds on the stage.
In a recital at the university, Bill demonstrated wire and gut strung harps and also two the University of sizes of lyre, an ancient string instrument - widely played for countless centuries - that could be plucked or strummed and was also used as an accompaniment to the recital of poetry - including epics such as Beowulf.
The first talk, Music, Celebration & Healing: Listening to the Sudanese Lyre is given by Chris Spring, Curator of the Sainsbury African Galleries at the British Museum, where the lyre performance takes place.