A strange and dissonant antiphony
is at work in the culture between those remembering and celebrating the remarkable civil rights achievements of half a century ago and those who seem determined to undermine the progress.
When we speak of antiphony
as a dialogical relationship between two subjects (I and Thou), we ought not think in terms of two persons muttering and gesturing like two physical objects existing in space.
In the same period (seven months in 1917), he also produced prints for his famous Contemplations, a small book in the form of narrative without text, the first of its time, conceived as a modern antiphony
for the Tipografia Lega.
It is also deeply informed by my own personal history as white male edu-cator/activist/artist, "de-schooled" (as Illich might say; Illich 1973, 9-31) by a quarter century of living and working in inner city Detroit, gradually "dismembered" under black humor and anger, initiated into an alternative economy of identification, privileging rhythm and antiphony
(especially in connection with spoken word poetry), and re-schooled in concert with anti-racist work and grass-roots community organizing, aimed at reinventing Detroit from the bottom up by way of urban gardening initiatives, the creation of restorative justice "peace zones" challenging patterns of police brutality, using hip-hop artistry to "free" information in varied experiments with alternative media.
Nothingness and desire; an East-West philosophical antiphony
In dealing with other topics, such as the "harmonizing" of science, ethics, and praxis or the "economic antiphony
," it seems a bit of a stretch.
9) Four modes of antiphony
may be suggested concerning the Song of the
Ltd, another Cresswell operation, was fined pounds 50,000 in 2009 over its "Adult Sex Exchange" which sent unwanted costly texts, and pounds 75,000 in March 2010 for failing to put in place safeguards to prevent further, similar problems.
Yet Prunty can sing when he wants to, as in this passage from "Two Views," which records the "choric" antiphony
of migratory songbirds:
The highlight of this adroitly-constructed programme is obviously Thomas Tallis' monumental 40-part motet Spem in Alium, eight five-voice choirs rolling in consonance and antiphony
with each other, but there are also works by Striggio, Gabriel Jackson and Alec Roth, who contributes a new piece in honour of the anniversary.
One result of this approach is that the opening 46-measure siciliano section of the opus 38 ballade has simpler phrasing than that of the surviving autograph, in which the more detailed phrasing indications delineate texture changes and clarify the implied antiphony
between solo singer, or poet, and sympathetic listener response.
Most notably, Arian Christians attracted "many Orthodox converts by their impressive chanting of the psalms in antiphony
with two choirs of singers" (Moran 101).