Songs seven to nine from Dichterliebe are representative of such consecutive contrasts: the menacing fiddler's music at the beloved's wedding in "Das ist ein Floten und Geigen," followed by the tears of "Hor ich" (discussed above), with its poignant climax in the postlude
, and the biting sarcasm of "Ein Jungling liebt ein Madchen," demand superb control of constantly changing dynamics, timing, atmosphere, color, and mood.
She divides the melody into two parts, a and b, and uses the b section as the main melodic material in the introduction, interlude and postlude
Bettina Arndt is responsible for the prelude and postlude
to the book, with their family touches and short portrait of Ruth, Arndt's wife for over fifty years.
The enthusiasm with which the dancer recounts the genesis, zenith, and glorious postlude
of his performing history is the same quality that attracted choreographers and thrilled audiences for almost four decades.
There are also Artist Showcase concerts at Holley Hall (June 1, 8 and 15) and, of course, free concerts presented by the festival's talented students, June 4, 8, 10, 15 and 16, along with the popular Student Postlude
Performances following the concerts on June 2, 9 and 16.
However, in the postlude
of a pontificate which saw the canonization of several married saints, perhaps Alfred would have had a higher rating with John Paul II.
In another attempt to capture a bit of Hollywood stardust, the Philharmonic has augmented its opening-night, all-Beethoven gala with actor Ed Harris (``The Hours,'' ``Pollack''), who will read letters by the composer as prelude and postlude
to music performed by the orchestra and piano soloist Evgeny Kissin.
In a somewhat catch-all concluding section, five more contributors address critical issues and the postlude
to Victorianism, with varying degrees of success.
The second Postlude
is performed by Simon Fordham on solo violin, while the third is performed by Ms.
The final words come in an illuminating postlude
by Malcolm Bowie.
Finally, there is a postlude
in which Jacobs takes up the effects of charitable interpretation on its practitioners, and he ends by suggesting the deeply comedic nature of that interpretation.
that forms the second half of the volume is not easy reading for those of us unschooled in Christology or Catholic theology.