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It works through:. Now, can you blush for me, Rosanna? But when we thought of how to intersperse the music with the text, it seemed like there were elements of each passage of poetry that I felt could somehow be either related to or dreamt about beforehand.

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RW: Well, Nijinsky figured that out. RW: Oh, yes. He has notes for three scenes.

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There would have been the monologue of the faun—which is what we have now—and then a dialogue of the nymphs. And I really would like to know what those nymphs were saying. We never know whether these nymphs ever existed. I mean, the whole thing is. RW: Every word means too many things for you to possibly settle on a mere, barbaric , vulgar meaning.

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Every word flips. CR: Thank you. Let me say three things: first of all, thank you very much.

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And on October the 20th, Al Basile will actually be talking about words and music. And that talk will relate to his own work as a poet, songwriter, and performer. Christopher Ricks , British literary critic and scholar, is Warren Professor of the Humanities at Boston University where he is also co-director of the Editorial Institute. He was Professor of Poetry at the University of Oxford from to , and was president of the Association of Literary Scholars and Critics at the time of the meeting that is transcribed here. She has published numerous works of poetry and literary criticism, including Fables of the Self: Studies in Lyric Poetry Joe Armstrong is a flutist and teacher of the Alexander Technique who has specialized in teaching professional musicians in the greater Boston area since It floats like drowsing down.

Loved I a dream? Figurent un souhait de tes sens fabuleux! Comme brise du jour chaude dans ta toison? Is she the wind, warm in your fleece at noon? Que non! That mounts the unwrinkled zenith visibly.

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Where inspiration seeks its native sky. With, lilies, one of you for innocence. Mais, bast! Une sonore, vaine et monotone ligne. Of every empty and monotonous line. A reed once more beside your trysting-lake. For holding towards the sky. D'ivresse, jusqu'au soir je regarde au travers.

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Dream-drunk till evening, eyeing it. And their bright hair went down in jeweled fire. He was convinced that even the first writing down by a composer already was the first transcription of what was conceived in the creative mind.

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    Nijinsky worked in collaboration with Leon Bakst, who designed the sets and costumes. The dancers' stylized, angular movements are seen mostly in profile and are reminiscent of figures on Greek Attic vases from the fifth to fourth centuries B. Please return again. I fell in love with all of it…' [2]. Flute solo of the opening bars of Debussy's score.