The most noteworthy of the composers who worked at the monastery was Josef Leopold Vaclav Dukat (1684-1717), who wrote there the church cantatas Cithara
nova (Catalogue No.
The artist becomes art as the reader envisions him dressed in ceremonial attire, cithara
(31) in hand, leaping high into the air.
lt;ch>, <ph>, <th> always [k], [p], [t]--pulcher, phalanx, cithara
These instruments will include, of course, the lyre (chelys and barbitos types), the phorminx, the cithara
, the sambuca and the bendir.
Frui paratis et valido mihi, Latoe, dones, et, precor, integra cum mente, nec turpem senectam degere nec cithara
WHERE did the musical instrument the cithara
Sannio's response when Aeschinus physically abducts a cithara
player (psaltria, 198-201) in Terence's The Brothers 155-95.
Though the unwieldy thing he's shouldering no doubt is meant to depict a cithara
, to the 21st-century eye it could also pass for the door of a sub-compact automobile.
5) A forthcoming study by Max Lejbowicz argues that Bertrada is the queen before whom Adelard of Bath reports that he played the cithara
, very likely at Tours, soon after Philips death on 29/30 July 1108.
38:1 (November 1998): 65-66; Personalia: 72.
This underlines the importance of what the poet does ask from Apollo in the end: contentment, a sound body in a sound mind, and continued poetic creativity (frui paratis et valido mihi, / Latoe, dones et, precor, integra / cum mente, nec turpem senectam/ degere nec cithara
carentem, let me enjoy what I have, o son of Latona, healthy in body with a sound mind and I pray, not to spend a difficult old age and not lacking [power over] the lyre, 1.
Inde splendidae mensae et cibis, et scyphis; inde commessationes et ebrietates; inde cithara
, et lyra, et tibia; inde redundantia torcularia, et promptuaria plena, eructantia ex hoc in illud, Inde dolia pigmentaria, inde referta marsupia.