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Quodlibet (kwd'l-bet'): a theological or philosophical issue presented for formal argument or disputation; usually humorous musical melody. Reading like a recipe including plenty of thought-provoking theology, a handful of double entendre, layers of perspective, and a dash of humor for a slightly thicker flavor, author Lance Barrett's poetic devices memorialize the daily challenges, failures, and successes of striving to become Christ-like. With a buffet of rhyming wonders, haikus, and aesthetically enticing words of wisdom and wit, Barrett offers a feast that will guide readers toward faith, hope, and the ability to love sacrificially. Creating what can only be considered an interpretation of the classic lyrical formulas, Quodlibet presents the emblematic characteristics of the Christian life. Ranging from poems under an overarching theme of goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, and self-control, Barrett's work will lead readers to a deeper understanding of the greatest composer of rhyme and reason-God.
I have tried to portray the various elements of culture both of my locality and abroad. There has been an effort to coin new idioms. I have also developed new literary terms and ideas. I have also interpreted my readings of postmodern philosophy and I have put them into the form of literary and philosophical essays. I have also done writings of psychoanalysis. This book is an amalgamation of various things like literature, philosophy, aesthetics and culture.
Inspired by the Tate, great Georges Perec (who is famous for writing a book whose sole subject was the letter 'E'), illustrator Katja Spitzer and writer Sebastian Gievert have teamed up to tackle the most quandarous of letters, "Q". A witty, carefully curated and masterfully illustrated encyclopedia of O-words, Quodlibet covers everything from famous grindhouse movie directors, to obscure 18th century dances, from precariously placed South American capital cities to ancient, horse-like, Chinese mythological beasts. Katja's final graduate project for the Akademie der Künste, Berlin, Quodlibet (in its first, self-published edition) was the recipient of the prestigious 3x3 Illustration Cold Medal (New York) 2010.
|Book Title||: Fr Guillelmi Alnwick O F M Quaestiones Disputatae de Esse Intelligibili Et de Quodlibet Ad Fidem Codicum Mss Editae Cura P Athanasii Ledoux O F M|
|Author||: William Alnwick|
|Release Date||: 1937|
|Available Language||: English, Spanish, And French|
The quodlibet genre was significant in Viennese theater during the first quarter of the nineteenth century. Quodlibets are important for two reasons: they reflect the ironic intertextuality of Viennese life, and they present a cross-section of music of many genres and styles that was most familiar to the theatergoing audience. This edition includes three works: Die travestierte Ariadne auf Naxos (ca. 1799), a one-act melodrama with spoken and sung sections; Rochus Pumpernickel (1809), a three-act play with musical numbers; and "Das beliebte Quodlibet" from Der Eheteufel auf Reisen (1821), a medley that represent different times and styles, tracing the history of the genre. Ariadne auf Naxos, a parody of the 1775 Brandes/Benda melodrama, borrows the original text almost completely, but replaces Benda¿s music with comical melodies drawn from the Vienna Volkstheater and adds a happy ending. Rochus Pumpernickel, with a story based on Molière and twenty-seven musical numbers, was the most successful of all the full-length quodlibet plays; the high-brow periodical Der Sammler paid it the back-handed compliment of saying that its author "writes for the box office, not for immortality." With music ranging from Mozart and Haydn to Méhul, Salieri, Weigl, Wenzel Müller, and anonymous folksong, it offers a rich assortment of material familiar and unfamiliar to modern scholars. Dance music plays a significant role, so this play also opens a window on the Viennese dance world. The medley "Das beliebte Quodlibet" combines opera, folksong, and Tyrolerlied into a quasi-political jab at the police state. The edition provides literal English translations of all the texts, and the two full-length works also include performable translations underlaid in the music. An extensive commentary section identifies musical sources and discusses how pieces are reinterpreted in their new contexts.