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2007, ISBN: 140677491X, Lieferbar binnen 4-6 Wochen Versandkosten:Versandkostenfrei innerhalb der BRD

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: DODO PR, 400 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=23mm, Gew.=503gr, [GR: 25420 - TB/Religion/Theologie/Allgemeines/Lexika], [SW: - Religion - Socialissues], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: VOCAL AND LITERARY INTERPRETATION OF THE BIBLE BY S. S. CURRY, PH. D. ACTING DAVIS PROFESSOR OF ELOCUTION AT NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION FORMERLY SNOW PROFESSOR OF ORATORY, BOSTON UNIVERSITY, AND INSTRUCTOR IN ELOCUTION, YALE AND HARVARD DIVINITY SCHOOLS, PRESIDENT SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION, BOSTON INTRODUCTION BY FRANCIS G. PEABODY, D. D. DEAN OF THE DIVINITY SCHOOL OF HARVARD UNIVERSITY THE MACMILLAN COMPANY LONDON MACMILLAN CO., LTD. 1009 All rights reserved TO THOSE WHEREVER FOUND IN WHOM THESE WORDS AWAKEN ANY MEMORIES PREFACE WHO has not felt dissatisfaction with the way the Bible is read in public Yet few realize how difficult it is to render the Scriptures by the voice. Vocal expression needs the insight, criticism, and per sonal attention of a teacher. Yet, since all true art is founded, not upon imitation, but upon principles, I hope that those who carefully follow the suggestions of this book will find practical help in realizing their needs and possibilities and aid in teaching the Bible to classes or interpreting it in the pulpit or on the platform. The book is intended for serious study, and not for entertainment. Accordingly, some repetitions have been necessary for example, there are a dozen kinds of monotony, some connected with change of pitch, others with pause, others with tone-color, others with inflection. All these varieties are distinct from one another, and if discussed at one time would hardly be understood. Again, the same passage is occasionally used as an illustration of more than one principle, to show the necessity of studying a lesson from different points of view, and also to emphasize the importance of the union of vocal modulations in expression. Thestudent is recommended to select some important passage, such as John ix. or Luke xv. 11-32, and to test every principle, successively, by this one lesson. viii PREFACE No one should get the idea that some specific modula tion or method of reading is applicable to only one verse or passage. There is no absolutely fixed method according to which any sentence of Scripture must always be read Most passages are capable of many renderings, accord ing to the understanding, feeling, and personality of the reader. The interpretations of specific passages, and modes of rendering them, must be taken as sug gestions or illustrations of principles. It is always helpful to realize a definite point of view. A principle can be illustrated best by specific examples of expres sion, and in every case the reader should test the rendering by actual practice. An interpretation should never be passively accepted. Not only the particular renderings suggested, but others, should be observed and brought to the test of demonstration. During the past twenty-five years, the writer has endeavored to aid many to read the Bible aloud. If the reader feels that the results here embodied are inadequate, let him rest assured that no one will agree with him more quickly than the author. It is well, however, to remember that the book has had no predecessor. A few words on the neglect of vocal interpretation, or a short article on its importance, are all that can be found. The authors greatest debt is due to those now pub licly reading the Bible in all parts of the world whom he has endeavored to teach. Their earnest endeavors have been the authors chief inspiration and help. IN GENERAL I. THE OFFICE I. The problem of Biblereading will be best understood by first studying the function of the BIBLE IN WORSHIP. A service consists of three offices . The leader speaks in i the Sermon as man to men, in 2 Public Prayer as man to God but in 3 the Scripture Les son from God to man. II. The ideal function is made clearer by observing the CUSTOM AND PRACTICE. Bible reading was the most important element in the worship of the early Church, but it is greatly neglected at the present time. III... VOCAL AND LITERARY INTERPRETATION OF THE BIBLE BY S. S. CURRY, PH. D. ACTING DAVIS PROFESSOR OF ELOCUTION AT NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION FORMERLY SNOW PROFESSOR OF ORATORY, BOSTON UNIVERSITY, AND INSTRUCTOR IN ELOCUTION, YALE AND HARVARD DIVINITY SCHOOLS, PRESIDENT SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION, BOSTON INTRODUCTION BY FRANCIS G. PEABODY, D. D. DEAN OF THE DIVINITY SCHOOL OF HARVARD UNIVERSITY THE MACMILLAN COMPANY LONDON MACMILLAN CO., LTD. 1009 All rights reserved TO THOSE WHEREVER FOUND IN WHOM THESE WORDS AWAKEN ANY MEMORIES PREFACE WHO has not felt dissatisfaction with the way the Bible is read in public Yet few realize how difficult it is to render the Scriptures by the voice. Vocal expression needs the insight, criticism, and per sonal attention of a teacher. Yet, since all true art is founded, not upon imitation, but upon principles, I hope that those who carefully follow the suggestions of this book will find practical help in realizing their needs and possibilities and aid in teaching the Bible to classes or interpreting it in the pulpit or on the platform. The book is intended for serious study, and not for entertainment. Accordingly, some repetitions have been necessary for example, there are a dozen kinds of monotony, some connected with change of pitch, others with pause, others with tone-color, others with inflection. All these varieties are distinct from one another, and if discussed at one time would hardly be understood. Again, the same passage is occasionally used as an illustration of more than one principle, to show the necessity of studying a lesson from different points of view, and also to emphasize the importance of the union of vocal modulations in expression. Thestudent is recommended to select some important passage, such as John ix. or Luke xv. 11-32, and to test every principle, successively, by this one lesson. viii PREFACE No one should get the idea that some specific modula tion or method of reading is applicable to only one verse or passage. There is no absolutely fixed method according to which any sentence of Scripture must always be read Most passages are capable of many renderings, accord ing to the understanding, feeling, and personality of the reader. The interpretations of specific passages, and modes of rendering them, must be taken as sug gestions or illustrations of principles. It is always helpful to realize a definite point of view. A principle can be illustrated best by specific examples of expres sion, and in every case the reader should test the rendering by actual practice. An interpretation should never be passively accepted. Not only the particular renderings suggested, but others, should be observed and brought to the test of demonstration. During the past twenty-five years, the writer has endeavored to aid many to read the Bible aloud. If the reader feels that the results here embodied are inadequate, let him rest assured that no one will agree with him more quickly than the author. It is well, however, to remember that the book has had no predecessor. A few words on the neglect of vocal interpretation, or a short article on its importance, are all that can be found. The authors greatest debt is due to those now pub licly reading the Bible in all parts of the world whom he has endeavored to teach. Their earnest endeavors have been the authors chief inspiration and help. IN GENERAL I. THE OFFICE I. The problem of Biblereading will be best understood by first studying the function of the BIBLE IN WORSHIP. A service consists of three offices . The leader speaks in i the Sermon as man to men, in 2 Public Prayer as man to God but in 3 the Scripture Les son from God to man. II. The ideal function is made clearer by observing the CUSTOM AND PRACTICE. Bible reading was the most important element in the worship of the early Church, but it is greatly neglected at the present time. III...

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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: DODO PR, 400 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=23mm, Gew.=503gr, [GR: 25420 - TB/Religion/Theologie/Allgemeines/Lexika], [SW: - Religion - Socialissues], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: VOCAL AND LITERARY INTERPRETATION OF THE BIBLE BY S. S. CURRY, PH. D. ACTING DAVIS PROFESSOR OF ELOCUTION AT NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION FORMERLY SNOW PROFESSOR OF ORATORY, BOSTON UNIVERSITY, AND INSTRUCTOR IN ELOCUTION, YALE AND HARVARD DIVINITY SCHOOLS, PRESIDENT SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION, BOSTON INTRODUCTION BY FRANCIS G. PEABODY, D. D. DEAN OF THE DIVINITY SCHOOL OF HARVARD UNIVERSITY THE MACMILLAN COMPANY LONDON MACMILLAN CO., LTD. 1009 All rights reserved TO THOSE WHEREVER FOUND IN WHOM THESE WORDS AWAKEN ANY MEMORIES PREFACE WHO has not felt dissatisfaction with the way the Bible is read in public Yet few realize how difficult it is to render the Scriptures by the voice. Vocal expression needs the insight, criticism, and per sonal attention of a teacher. Yet, since all true art is founded, not upon imitation, but upon principles, I hope that those who carefully follow the suggestions of this book will find practical help in realizing their needs and possibilities and aid in teaching the Bible to classes or interpreting it in the pulpit or on the platform. The book is intended for serious study, and not for entertainment. Accordingly, some repetitions have been necessary for example, there are a dozen kinds of monotony, some connected with change of pitch, others with pause, others with tone-color, others with inflection. All these varieties are distinct from one another, and if discussed at one time would hardly be understood. Again, the same passage is occasionally used as an illustration of more than one principle, to show the necessity of studying a lesson from different points of view, and also to emphasize the importance of the union of vocal modulations in expression. Thestudent is recommended to select some important passage, such as John ix. or Luke xv. 11-32, and to test every principle, successively, by this one lesson. viii PREFACE No one should get the idea that some specific modula tion or method of reading is applicable to only one verse or passage. There is no absolutely fixed method according to which any sentence of Scripture must always be read Most passages are capable of many renderings, accord ing to the understanding, feeling, and personality of the reader. The interpretations of specific passages, and modes of rendering them, must be taken as sug gestions or illustrations of principles. It is always helpful to realize a definite point of view. A principle can be illustrated best by specific examples of expres sion, and in every case the reader should test the rendering by actual practice. An interpretation should never be passively accepted. Not only the particular renderings suggested, but others, should be observed and brought to the test of demonstration. During the past twenty-five years, the writer has endeavored to aid many to read the Bible aloud. If the reader feels that the results here embodied are inadequate, let him rest assured that no one will agree with him more quickly than the author. It is well, however, to remember that the book has had no predecessor. A few words on the neglect of vocal interpretation, or a short article on its importance, are all that can be found. The authors greatest debt is due to those now pub licly reading the Bible in all parts of the world whom he has endeavored to teach. Their earnest endeavors have been the authors chief inspiration and help. IN GENERAL I. THE OFFICE I. The problem of Biblereading will be best understood by first studying the function of the BIBLE IN WORSHIP. A service consists of three offices . The leader speaks in i the Sermon as man to men, in 2 Public Prayer as man to God but in 3 the Scripture Les son from God to man. II. The ideal function is made clearer by observing the CUSTOM AND PRACTICE. Bible reading was the most important element in the worship of the early Church, but it is greatly neglected at the present time. III...

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VOCAL AND LITERARY INTERPRETATION OF THE BIBLE BY S. S. CURRY, PH. D. ACTING DAVIS PROFESSOR OF ELOCUTION AT NEWTON THEOLOGICAL INSTITUTION FORMERLY SNOW PROFESSOR OF ORATORY, BOSTON UNIVERSITY, AND INSTRUCTOR IN ELOCUTION, YALE AND HARVARD DIVINITY SCHOOLS, PRESIDENT SCHOOL OF EXPRESSION, BOSTON INTRODUCTION BY FRANCIS G. PEABODY, D. D. DEAN OF THE DIVINITY SCHOOL OF HARVARD UNIVERSITY THE MACMILLAN COMPANY LONDON MACMILLAN CO., LTD. 1009 All rights reserved TO THOSE WHEREVER FOUND IN WHOM THESE WORDS AWAKEN ANY MEMORIES PREFACE WHO has not felt dissatisfaction with the way the Bible is read in public Yet few realize how difficult it is to render the Scriptures by the voice. Vocal expression needs the insight, criticism, and per sonal attention of a teacher. Yet, since all true art is founded, not upon imitation, but upon principles, I hope that those who carefully follow the suggestions of this book will find practical help in realizing their needs and possibilities and aid in teaching the Bible to classes or interpreting it in the pulpit or on the platform. The book is intended for serious study, and not for entertainment. Accordingly, some repetitions have been necessary for example, there are a dozen kinds of monotony, some connected with change of pitch, others with pause, others with tone-color, others with inflection. All these varieties are distinct from one another, and if discussed at one time would hardly be understood. Again, the same passage is occasionally used as an illustration of more than one principle, to show the necessity of studying a lesson from different points of view, and also to emphasize the importance of the union of vocal modulations in expression. Thestudent is recommended to select some important passage, such as John ix. or Luke xv. 11-32, and to test every principle, successively, by this one lesson. viii PREFACE No one should get the idea that some specific modula tion or method of reading is applicable to only one verse or passage. There is no absolutely fixed method according to which any sentence of Scripture must always be read Most passages are capable of many renderings, accord ing to the understanding, feeling, and personality of the reader. The interpretations of specific passages, and modes of rendering them, must be taken as sug gestions or illustrations of principles. It is always helpful to realize a definite point of view. A principle can be illustrated best by specific examples of expres sion, and in every case the reader should test the rendering by actual practice. An interpretation should never be passively accepted. Not only the particular renderings suggested, but others, should be observed and brought to the test of demonstration. During the past twenty-five years, the writer has endeavored to aid many to read the Bible aloud. If the reader feels that the results here embodied are inadequate, let him rest assured that no one will agree with him more quickly than the author. It is well, however, to remember that the book has had no predecessor. A few words on the neglect of vocal interpretation, or a short article on its importance, are all that can be found. The authors greatest debt is due to those now pub licly reading the Bible in all parts of the world whom he has endeavored to teach. Their earnest endeavors have been the authors chief inspiration and help. IN GENERAL I. THE OFFICE I. The problem of Biblereading will be best understood by first studying the function of the BIBLE IN WORSHIP. A service consists of three offices . The leader speaks in i the Sermon as man to men, in 2 Public Prayer as man to God but in 3 the Scripture Les son from God to man. II. The ideal function is made clearer by observing the CUSTOM AND PRACTICE. Bible reading was the most important element in the worship of the early Church, but it is greatly neglected at the present time. III...

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