1), il admire le regard plein de confiance et de fierte adresse par l'enfant A son pere (808), et celui de Delaroche, Les Enfants D'Edouard, le frappe par "ces deux admirables tetes des enfants en prison" (806); il remarque aussi le personnage "tres beau, vraiment simple d'expression" (970) de la fille de Jephte
qui rachete l'ensemble du tableau de Lehmann.
Audrey O'Mahony, 'Materials for an Edition of the Jephte
Play in the Stonyhurst Pageants', ma thesis (Catholic University of America, 1967).
WEIL: Your three heart-wrenching novels, Jephte
's Daughter [Warner, 1995], Sotah [Crown, 1995], and The Sacrifice of Tamar [Crown, 1995] are all concerned with the insulated ultra-Orthodox family unit.
1-22, 75-96) contributed a copy of Carissimi's Jephte
(text hand only; music hand is Charles Husbands) and sacred music by Byrd.
The centerpiece of Jephte
is a stunning duet that explores many facets of the archetypal father-daughter relationship--tenderness, mutual dependency, adoration, and eroticism.
For example, the ensemble has performed Carisimi's oratorio Jephte
in the theatre in Cesky Krumlov Chateau.
Though their story-lines are scarcely a barrel of laughs, Carissimi's Jephte
and Pur-cell's Dido and Aeneas provide vehicles for music of grave beauty and noble dignity.
The characters of Storge and Zebul, Iphis's name and a number of the early scenes in the oratorio are based on the sixteenth-century tragedy Jephte
sive votum by the Scottish poet George Buchanan.(8) An English translation of Buchanan's play was published in Edinburgh in 1750,(9) just one year before Handel started composing his score.
Danielle, Bobby, Ashley and Anthony are also joined by Shawniece Jackson and Jephte
Pierre from "Married at First Sight" Season 6.
Malvern Festival Theatre hosts productions of Handel's Tolomeo (8pm Tuesday), Purcell's Dido and Aeneas and Carissimi's Jephte
(Wednesday 8pm), Monteverdi's Orfeo, the first opera remaining in the repertoire after 400 years (Thursday and Saturday 8pm), and Cavalli's Erismena (Friday 8pm).
The weeping chorus of shepherds in the finale to act 4 anticipates by about thirty years the famous lamenting chorus that closes Giacomo Carissimi's oratorio Jephte
. For many years specialists in early seventeenth-century opera have had to work from reproductions of the sole copy of La morte d'Orfeo held by the British Library.
For sheer drama Carissimi's oratorio Jephte