Hazo

Hazo

(hā`zō), in the Bible, nephew of Abraham.
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The program will include works by Dana Wilson, Frank Ticheli, Samuel Hazo, Morten Lauridsen and John Philip Sousa.
Samuel Hazo, director of the Forum, hosted a dinner for Borges to which Dr.
akbaraho be anaa men hosne hazo an yakona ladaho hona fi khaneqin aghareba mohtaramoon yaarafonaho, va ella lajara eedamaho.
She has performed with the Canadian Brass, Jens Lindemann, Allen Vizzutti, Ian McDougall, Peter Appleyard and Heather Bambrick; and under the batons of Colin Clarke, Jessica Kun, Frank Ticheli, Samuel R Hazo, Elliot Del Borgo, and Eric Whitacre among many others.
Using Longfellow's technique of voyaging back in time, Hazo drags the reader back to earlier days.
The appeal of a translation by a lexicographer rather than a poet is that we are given only semantic assistance and must imagine our way into an original we cannot understand as a whole; we must think poetically into the poem, and return to hear the original lines after getting their meaning down first: Nofinofy fotsiny hianae eo, alahelohelo fotsiny I ryfasana hazo.
Selections include A Festival Prelude" by Alfred Reed, "Meditation" by Dwayne Milburn, "Puszta" by Jan Van der Roost, "Ride" by Samuel Hazo and "Marcho Poco" by Donald Moore.
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Like a Man Gone Mad" is a collection of poetry from Samuel Hazo, a distinguished professor of English at Duquesne University.
Samuel Hazo says of Espada's eighth collection of poems, The Republic of Poetry (New York: Norton, 2006), "Espada unites in these poems the fierce allegiances of Latin American poetry to freedom and glory with the democratic tradition of Whitman, and the result is a poetry of fire and passionate intelligence.
Espada means 'sword' in Spanish, and in these new poems Martin Espada wields the sword of his poetry like a veritable Zorro," writes Samuel Hazo.