threnos

threnos

(ˈθriːnɒs)
n
(Poetry) another word for threnody
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Ante dicha escision, los autores de las tragedias se encontraban con dos posibilidades: "Deberia terminar -la obra- con un threnos y confiar su epifania (o su teofania) al distinto e irrelevante drama satirico que se desarrollara mas tarde?
Threnos for 52 string instruments, composed in 1960, is dedicated to the victims of the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima and the piano concerto Resurrection was composed as a reaction to the terror attacks of September 11, 2001.
In relating the suffering associated with their reminiscences about the Algerian War, the narrators rely on threnos (lamentation).
49) Were it not clear enough that we are dealing with a tragic context, Clitophon gives precise indications that he is following the path of a threnos ('[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]' 'already I shall begin my funeral dirge' 3,10; '[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]' 'a dirge is your marriage-hymn' 3,10; '[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]' 'thus did I silently lament' 3,11).
En el tercer capitulo "El threnos en Andromaca, Hecuba y Troyanas" el analisis se desarrolla en torno a las referencias al lamento funebre, en tanto ritual que revela los marcos institucionales dadores de sentido.
La tenada nel mantenere vivo il ricordo dei padre e nell'invocare vendetta assume la forma tradizionale del threnos e del goos, di cui Elettra fornisce pero smisurate interpretazioni, in quanto non solo e Tunica a pronunciarli ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) ma, a disperto dell'aristocratico autocontrollo che dovrebbe mantenere, li emette incessantemente, al di fuori dei consueti modi e contesti di esecuzione (vv.
El threnos (<<canto funebre>>) es un tipo de composicion poetica de la que ya los poemas homericos dan noticia (cf.
A telling witness to the importance of compassion for Hugh, as well as an indication of his pioneering reflection on this theme in the history of Christian thought, appears in a commentary on Lamentations attributed to him, the Adnotatiunculae elucidatoriae in threnos Jeremiae.
One could consider the etymological meaning of the word lament in its Indo-European origin, which is represented by threnos and goos, suggesting a shrill cry.
To invent this new musical art, Athena does not simply weave a threnos, but she interweaves ([GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) two very different sounds: the Gorgons' mournful song of loss and Perseus' triumphal shout of victory.
The fascinating difficulty of the sources lies in the fact that they are almost entirely polemical, for or against Smotryc'kyj, from the time that he emerged as a champion of Orthodoxy against Uniate Catholicism with the publication of his Threnos in 1610, to the time of his public conversion from Orthodoxy to the Union in 1628.
But if Achilleus's own song, the Iliad, is an extension of the threnos of lamentation over his death, then if Achilleus could hear his own kleos sung it would bring him to tears.