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Jeph·thah

 (jĕf′thə)
In the Bible, a judge of Israel who vowed to sacrifice to God the first thing to come out of his house to greet him upon his return, in exchange for victory over the Ammonites. He was victorious and, upon returning home, was met by his only child, a daughter.

Jephthah

(ˈdʒɛfθə)
n
(Bible) Old Testament a judge of Israel, who sacrificed his daughter in fulfilment of a vow (Judges 11:12–40). Douay spelling: Jephte
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To whom thus Jesus patiently replied:-- "Yet wealth without these three is impotent To gain dominion, or to keep it gained-- Witness those ancient empires of the earth, In highth of all their flowing wealth dissolved; But men endued with these have oft attained, In lowest poverty, to highest deeds-- Gideon, and Jephtha, and the shepherd lad Whose offspring on the throne of Juda sate So many ages, and shall yet regain That seat, and reign in Israel without end.
Incentivo para abrir la caja de Pandora, en ese mismo tiempo vio la luz, por ejemplo, el magistral drama coral Samson, que junto Saul, Jephtha y Belshazzar marcan la cumbre de este musico dentro de un genero en el que fue uno de sus mas grandes exponentes.
Among the early strengths are Walsh editions of Handel, including Athalia, Alexander's Feast, Israel in Egypt, Saul, Samson, Joseph and his Brethren, Semele, Hercules, Belshazzar, Judas Maccabaeus, Occasional Oratorios, Susanna, The Choice of Hercules, and Jephtha.
4) Part 4 of the contract: execution by a team of Accademia Bizantina with soloists, conducted by Ottavio Dantone concert repertoire includes Handel~s Jephtha HWV 70 for the 12th Festival of Mysteries Paschalia.
That said, the section does end with the fascinating information that concerts consisting of favourite arias and choruses from Messiah and other religious works such as Samson, Jephtha, and Judas Maccabeus were popular in the eighteenth century.
Unlike Jacques Fromental Halevy (1799-1862), who wrote not only the well-known opera La Juive but also the almost completely forgotten Le Juif Errant (The Wandering Jew) and the unfinished Noe (Noah), Giaromo Meyerbeer (1791-1864), the other leading Jewish opera composer of the nineteenth century, did not apparently write operas on Jewish themes after his First stage piece, Jephthas Geludbe (Jephtha's Vow), which premiered in his twenty-first year.
Jephtha Welsh National Opera at Birmingham Hippodrome Just one performance on this WNO visit, of Handel's opera based on his last oratorio, inspired by the account of Jeptha from the Book of Judges and earlier dramatisations of the story.
The Italian opera, which tells the story of lovers Mimi and Rodolfo and their doomed affair, is being performed at Liverpool in repertory with Mozart's Cosi Fan Tutte, reimagined at the British seaside of the 1960s, and Handel's Jephtha - the latter set in 40s war-ravaged Europe.
This autumn season sees WNO touring with La Boheme, Mozart's Cosi fan tutte and Handel's Jephtha.
WNO La boheme, Cosi fan tutte and Jephtha, Llandudno Venue Cymru Oct 16-20.
The plot revolves around Jephtha who agrees to lead the Israelite army.
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