Sapphic ode


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Related to Sapphic ode: Pindaric ode, Horatian ode

Sapphic ode

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(Poetry) another term for Horatian ode
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Noun1.Sapphic ode - an ode with several stanzas
ode - a lyric poem with complex stanza forms
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For it Bource wrote a solo piano piece (Comme une Rosee de Larmes), inspired, he says, by Brahms' song The Sapphic Ode.
Cecilia Bartoli: The Passion of Song,'' by Kim Chernin with Renate Stendhal, is a work of diva-worship brought to the highest pitch of silliness, far surpassing such other classics of the genre as ``The Rainbow Bridge'' (1954), the unconsciously Sapphic ode to the art of the legendary Wagnerian soprano Olive Fremstad by her secretary Mary Watkins Cushing.