On the contrary, very different intentions--moral, commercial, and personal--lie behind each image and account for the wealth of contextualizing detail that is specific to each: the danse macabre
images belong to a long moralizing tradition that, in fact, predates the invention of printing; the Badius devices were produced to mark a book as the product of a particular commercial enterprise; and the Durer drawing was sent to a friend as a sort of humorous, personalized Christmas card.
It was then that Obama's partner in this danse macabre
, Putin, rushed to the rescue by flying an unbelievable kite regarding "international control" over Assad's chemical weapons--weapons that the Syrian insists he does not have.
The danse macabre
represents an illuminating context, and offers a genuinely new interpretive approach to what is a notoriously troublesome text.
This section explores the relationship between the three texts written by the main scribe in the manuscript: Hoccleve's Regiment of Princes, which begins imperfectly and runs from folio 1r to folio 76r; the Series, which runs from folio 76r to folio 148r; and Lydgate's Danse Macabre
(Text A), which runs from folio 148r to folio 158v.
One of the liveliest and most prolific essayists of the French fin-de-siecle was Camille Saint-Saens, remembered today mostly for Samson and Dalilah, Carnival of the Animals, and Danse macabre
The concert in the Church of St Peter & St Paul, Butlers Marston, will include Bach's Double Violin Concerto in D minor, Saint Saens' Danse Macabre
for solo piano, and Dvorak's Piano Quintet Op 81.
He and conditional jockey Lee Edwards had a double with selling handicap hurdle winner Danse Macabre
and handicap chase victor Chicago Alley.
Huddled on the sides, they silently witness the danse macabre
of electoral politics in a township they love.
The award for best Canadian short film went to Pedro Pires for Danse Macabre
, which was based on a concept by Robert Lepage.
Part 3, "Social Performance: Identity, Language, Authority" includes Jonathan Decter, "The Hidden Exilarch: Power and Performance in a Medieval Jewish Ceremony" (179-92); Daisy Delogu, "Desire, Deception, and Display: Linguistic Performance in Jehan de Saintre" (193-206); Helen Swift, "Points of Tension: Performing Je in Jean Bouchet's Jugement poetic de l'honneur feminin" (207-22); Rebecca Zorach, "'Taken by night from its tomb': Triumph, Dissent, and Danse Macabre
in Sixteenth-Century France" (223-48).
The Dance House is David's take on the medieval Danse Macabre
The standout chapter involves no risk, just a spooky form of rapture; a dance between the living and the dead, the Danse Macabre