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" WOuld I Were In Grantchester, in Grantchester ! — Some, it may be, can get in touch With Nature there, or Earth, or such. And clever modern men have seen A Faun a-peeping through the green, And felt the Classics were not dead, To glimpse a Naiad's reedy... "
1914 and other poems - Pagina 60
di Rupert Brooke - 1915 - 63 pagine
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A History of Song

Denis Stevens - 1970 - 491 pagine
...motion. In Grantchester, at the mention of the word 'faun' (in this satirical context: 'And clever men have seen a faun a-peeping through the green, and felt the Classics were not dead . . .'), a passage from Debussy's L'après-midi d'un faune makes its appearance. The frequency of such...
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Charles Ives and His World

J. F. Burkholder, James Peter Burkholder - 1996 - 452 pagine
...which sang it in superb indifference to its text. The Debussy quotation illustrates Brooke's lines: And clever modern men have seen a Faun A-peeping through the green. The hymn tunes in the symphony represent an other-worldly attitude toward this life. Again, the three...
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All Made of Tunes: Charles Ives and the Uses of Musical Borrowing

J. Peter Burkholder - 2004 - 554 pagine
...At first it appears that this is an instance of text-painting, illustrating the words at this point: And clever modern men have seen A Faun a-peeping through...Classics were not dead, To glimpse a Naiad's reedy head . . . The overt quotation in the piano begins at the word "Faun," linking that word with the most famous...
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