hymnic


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hymnic

adjhymnenartig, hymnisch
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The difference in status is also marked by the differing ways that the gods address each other in tablet II: Ea addresses Ansar in hymnic form, with four lines of repeating parallelism common in hymnic beginnings (II 61-64).
For the second work, the chorus added a bit of the English choral tradition to the German programme: Hubert Parry's "Hear My Words Ye People", a rousing anthem of praise culminating in the hymnic final chorus "O praise ye the Lord."
But untiringly, again and again walks Whitman, long singular, a hymnic Paean, like one of those movable defenses being pushed Ahead of itself, against the still warring Nations'--ha!--incalculable cannon-mouths!
In Psalm 103, then, the psalmist addresses this God in hymnic glorification.
The first is a satirical presentation of idolatry and the second consists of interwoven passages that are hymnic, psalm-like, and do not refer at all to idolatry but focus exclusively on YHWH.
As a side note, we might add that Vaughan Williams also composed a "hymnic melody" in 1931 called Marathon.
unbiblical to draw a contrast between the doxological or hymnic character of the liturgy and a so-called activism which is concerned with the betterment of man, his world and society.
I find myself checking it regularly for a special point of hymnic history or a nicely crafted line for a sermon.
(2) The victories he celebrates were won at religious festivals, the Odes contain many hymnic elements, including prayers, and piety is a topos of praise for the victors (e.g., Ol.
Of course, the hymnic genre predates the Christian tradition's appropriation of it, and there are also many questions that remain unanswered concerning the Greek influences in the poem: formally, that of the Greek hymnic tradition, and conceptually, that of a Platonic metaphysics.