Monsalvat

Monsalvat:

see MontserratMontserrat
or Monserrat
, mountain, 4,054 ft (1,236 m) high, NE Spain, rising abruptly from a plain in Catalonia, NW of Barcelona. On a narrow terrace, more than halfway up its precipitous cliffs, is a celebrated Benedictine monastery, one of the greatest religious
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, Spain.

Monsalvat

the mountain of salvation where the Holy Grail is guarded by knights. [Ger. Opera: Wagner Parsifal in Benét, 761]
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they leapt into beauty; they were Monsalvat, Walhalla, the towers of a
If luck was in, a pleased smile would greet you, as if to say, "I told you so, do what I tell you and it comes right," and then, "Plus loin, plus loin," and he would sing himself the next phrase, "Liegt eine Burg, die Monsalvat genannt." How hopeless to try to get the sort of ripae ulterioris amor, very simple, very personal, but all accomplished by a definite technique: a tiny upward portamento, a half-smothered "M," a sudden piano, his marvelous voix etoufee; it was like a recipe, shake the bottle and apply the Elixir of Life.
En la aventura por distinguirse, este catalanismo romantico recurre a Richard Wagner y sus obras Parsifal y Lohengrin- donde supuestamente el Santo Grial -la copa de Cristo- esta en un lugar mitico llamado Monsalvat, que los catalanistas asumen que es Monserrat.
It's interesting that Herheim's Parsifal, which treats the work historically as a parable of German guilt and redemption (and in so doing introduces Nazi banners and goose stepping storm troopers to the Bayreuth stage), is the most widely accepted of the recent productions, even though strictly speaking the conception is about as far from Wagner's Monsalvat as Neuenfels's rats are from Brabant.
The Monsalvat brotherhood represents the world of a Gnostic sect rather ambiguously, given how the rules marked by an extreme spirituality and by their liturgical rites are presented.
He is currently working on a book, The Road to Monsalvat, about Wagner's "religion of art," and preparing a series of commemorative events to mark the composer's bicentenary celebrations in 2013.
His life was Monsalvat without the Monsalvation of the art.
She won the 2003 Monsalvat Salon des Refuses People's Choice Award.
El protagonista masculino, Monsalvat, hijo natural, con una hermana deshonrada, sacaba fuerzas de su propia historia personal para redimir a Nacha, una muchacha como tantas que se habia perdido en la sociedad portena alterada.
Mientras los senoritos de la aristocracia criolla y los compadritos que conforman la patota iletrada celebran con jolgorio, el abogado Fernando Monsalvat, "un alma que sufre" (7), deambula por los arrabales, en un sentido soliloquio sobre la humanidad sufriente.
*WWV 75: Lohengrin, act 3, scene 3; composition draft, from "Habt Dank, ihr Lieben von Brabant!" to "die Monsalvat genannt"; 1961, Schatzki, $1,850; bought.
But to see, as the Hutcheons do, Amfortas's contraction of syphilis as the explanation for everything that happens in this very complex and uneven work is to deprive Monsalvat of its legendary timelessness, Amfortas and the Grail of the possibility of healing, and Parsifal of the heroism of understanding that breaks into his innocent fellow-feeling.