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" ... poetry to be the language of the violent passions, expressed in exact measure, with strong accents and significant words; and true music to be no more than poetry, delivered in a succession of harmonious sounds, so disposed as to please the ear. It... "
Poems, Consisting Chiefly of Translations from the Asiatick Languages: To ... - Страница 210
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Poems, Consisting Chiefly of Translations from the Asiatick Languages: To ...

Sir William Jones - 1777 - 208 страници
...that we muft confider the mufick of the ancient Greeks, or attempt to account for its amazing cffefts, which we find related by the graveft hiftorians, and...defcriptive, and fo clofely united to poetry, that it never obftrucled, but always increafed its influence; whereas our boafted harmony, with all its fine accords,...

The Literary Magazine, and American Register, Том 1

1804
...harmonious sounds, so disposed as to please the ear. It is in thisvie4 only that we must consider the music of the ancient Greeks, or attempt to account for its amazing effects, which we find related by the gravest historians, and philosophers ; it was wholly passionate or descriptive, and so closely united...




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