__its Charpentier : Sonate à huit. #1/3

dada if I say it is _______________the Calm serene one preceding the quivering wild one!

: Sonate à huit. Orchestre des Folies Françoises - Patrick
Cohen-Akenine. Violons : Patrick Cohen-Akenine, Léonor de Recondo ;
Flutes : Jocelyn Daubigney, Stéfane Troffaes ; Viole : Christine
Plubeau ; Basse de violon : François Poly ; Théorbe : Pascal Monteilhet ;
Clavecin : Isabelle Sauveur (not Béatrice Martin !). Réalisation :
Olivier Simonnet. A l'Opéra Royal du Château de Versailles.

the Prophetic Books.. On Homer's Poetry... William Blake ...

William Blake (1757–1827).  The Poetical Works.  1908.

Appendix to the Prophetic Books
On Homer’s Poetry
A poem must necessarily be a perfect Unity, but why Homer’s is peculiarly so I cannot tell: he has told the story of Bellerophon, and omitted the Judgement of Paris, which is not only a part but a principal part of Homer’s subject.

  But when a work has Unity, it is as much in a part as in the whole. The Torso is as much a Unity as the Laocoon.
  As Unity is the cloak of Folly, so Goodness is the cloak of Knavery. Those who will have Unity 

exclusively in Homer come out with a Moral like a sting in the tail. Aristotle says Characters are

either good or bad; now Goodness or Badness has nothing to do with Character. An apple tree, a pear tree, a horse, a lion are Characters; but a good apple tree or a bad is an apple tree still: a horse is not

more a lion for being a bad horse; that is its Character: its Goodness or Badness is another consideration.

  It is the same with the Moral of a whole poem as with the Moral Goodness of its parts. Unity and

Morality are secondary considerations, and belong to Philosophy and not to poetry, to Exception and

not to Rule, to Accident and not to Substance. The Ancients called it eating of the Tree of Good and Evil.
  The Classics! it is the Classics, and not Goths nor Monks, that desolate Europe with wars.

Note 1. This and the following piece are engraved on a single plate, in Blake’s Illuminated Printing, circa 1817. [back]

Hans Richter 1928 Dadaist Film

this film is dedicated to Columbus Ohio Street Performer Th' Rocknroll Reverend, who on the night

of March 1st 2011 during a performance on the corners of 5th and High Streets, was beaten by two

unknown assailants who were instructed by a young man and his overweight "Trick" to beat him. Th'

Rev then made his way to a local tobacco store                                                                                                        where he was molested by an elderly hippie with a

                                                                                           blonde fright wig. Th' Reverend was last seen wearing an Elephant Trunk, Red,White and Blue Top

Hat. White Hooded Terry Cloth Robe and Indian Moccasins. Anyone with any information to this

Crime please Contact the Columbus Ohio Police. And the next time you see Th' Rev, Don't take his 

                                                               coffee...Just give him a cigarette!






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