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a hymn derived from the Bible

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Et quia in vinea ista non fuit operatus bene sed male, expulsus est de paradiso et incarceratus in isto mundo miseriis pleno cum omni progenie sua cuius punitionem et miserabilem statum hodie Ecclesia incipit repraesentare dimittens omnia cantica laetitiae ut Alleluia et Gloria in excelsis et sumit eorum loco tractus cantus prolixos, laboriosos ac lacrimosos.
The restrictions, marked by words of estrangement, allow for some sophisticated rhetorical expressions: "Trimalchio began to mangle the songs of Menecrates, at least, those who could understand him said they were" ([Trimalchio] coepit Menecratis cantica lacerare, sicut illi dicebant, qui linguam eius intellegebant 73,3).
Les dialogi, oeuvres concises et faisant appel a de petits effectifs vocaux et instrumentaux, constituent avec les historiae et les cantica, l'une des trois categories de l'oratorio chez Charpentier (28).
Se, infatti, il Canzoniere si chiude confermando il pentimento del sonetto proemiale, con gli occhi rivolti alla Vergine (strana coincidenza con la preghiera alla Vergine con cui si conclude anche la terza cantica della Commedia dantesca) - forse piu per la necessita di tener fede ad "una logica interna che a mano a mano si fa sempre piu stringente" (Santagata 341) portandolo a chiudere il cerchio e a restare coerente con quanto gia scritto - il Trionfo dell'Eternita ci accomiata, invece, con una nuova inesorabile ricaduta del poeta sulla Terra, con gli occhi e la mente rivolti ancora una volta a Laura - la quale dopo il giorno del giudizio si riappropriera del "suo bel velo" (32) con cui brama di rivederla perfino il cielo, dopo la promessa resurrezione dei corpi.
Bernard of Clairvaux, Sermones super cantica canticorum, sermons 2-4; for a good translation, see Bernard of Clairvaux on the Song of Songs, vol.
14) In his classic account of monastic devotional culture, for example, Jean Leclercq defends Bernard of Clairvaux from the charge that his Sermones super Cantica cantirorum are too loose in structure by placing them in the context of the monastic collectio, whose informal quality allowed the speaker to travel through the Scriptures as one word, phrase, or image suggested another.
6, cited and translated in Luke Anderson, "The Rhetorical Epistemology in Saint Bernard's Super Cantica," in Bernardus Magister, ed.
In the introduction to Alien Cantica Alberto Granese, quoting Luigi Fontanella, writes that Rimanelli's poems have "stressed the author's particular 'centrifugal lexicon,' with 'a gratified, sarcastic and freewheeling use of many rhetorical devices, with a predominance of antiphrasis, alliteration, calembours, metonymy, epanalepsis, hyperbaton; thus running over a wide expressive gamut, from the plebeian to the sublime, from specialized technical terms to classical literary language, obtaining, at times, a pastiche of burgeoning intensity.
Among these are the liturgical sermons, the Sermones super Cantica Canticorum, De Diligendo Deo, De Laude Novae Militae, meditations, and various epistles (Epistle of Comfort [EC] 251-56).
More specifically, I intend to reveal the displacement of a sermon by Saint Bernard in Cantica Canticorum into the theological-political structure of the text at hand.
From Inferno's cacophony, through purgatorial monophony, and to paradisiacal polyphony, each cantica retains a well-defined musical identity, which serves a specific purpose in the overall poetic strategy.
Other essays examine textual transmission and the ways monastic communities related to individual texts, such as Lisa Fagin Davis's "Bernard of Clairvaux's Sermones Cantica Canticorum in Twelfth-Century Austria," and Ralf M.
27) Romanos the Melodist, "On the Nativity of the Virgin Mary," in Sancti Romani Melodi cantica: Cantica genuina, ed.
2) in the Anglo-Norman text draw heavily on Bernard's Sermones in Cantica canticorum, XIV.
La prima cantica del divinissimo theologo Dante d'Alighieri del Bello nobilissimo Fiorentino, Intitolata Commedia.