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571 example sentences with  lutes

571 example sentences with lutes

The lutes are struck; the organ blows, Till all its tongues in movement heave.

Sound, sound the lutes, or great or small.

As here we worship, they descend, While bells and drums resound, And stones and lutes their music blend.

A very weariness of joy Fell with the evening over Troy: And lutes of Afric mingled there With Phrygian songs: and many a maiden, With white feet glancing light as air, Made happy music through the gloom:

Mount thro' the nearer mist the chaunt of birds, And talking voices, and the low of herds, The bark of dogs, the drowsy tinkling bell, And wild-wood mountain lutes of saddest swell.

The bark of dogs, the drowsy tinkling bell, And wild-wood mountain lutes of saddest swell.

But they were Neroes men, like Nero arm'd With Lutes and Harps and Pipes and

They are able to communicate their thoughts by lutes and other musical instruments quite as well as by the voice.

"Happy," says he, "is the union with wife and children; it is like the music of lutes and harps.

When all was cleansed and renewed, a solemn service of reconsecration was celebrated; the sacred fire was kindled afresh on the altar, thousands of lamps were lighted, the sacrifices were offered, the people thronged the courts of Jehovah, and with psalms of praise, festive dances, harps, lutes, and cymbals made a joyful noise unto the Lord.

"I am much better pleased with the diversions on the water, where all the town assembles every night, and never without music; but we have none so rough as trumpets, kettle-drums, and French horns: they are all violins, lutes, mandolins, and flutes doux.

I saw no citerns, lutes, and viols, such as ours, but they have many other instruments which we have not.

Passing by a certain valley, near a pleasant river, I saw many dead bodies therein, and I heard issuing therefrom many sweet and harmonious musical sounds, especially of lutes; insomuch that I was much amazed.

I then ascended a little sand hill; from whence, looking around, I saw on every side the before mentioned lutes, which seemed to me to sound of themselves in a most miraculous manner, without the aid of any musicians.

When the people of the country knew that I had returned alive from the valley of the dead, they reverenced me greatly; saying, that the dead bodies were subject to the infernal spirits, who were in use to play upon lutes, to entice men into the valley, that they might die; but as I was a baptized and holy person, I had escaped the danger.

And at the back, looking into the gardens and orchards, was a pleasant porch, a very large one, grown with roses as well as ivy, wherein Althea and I have spent many a happy hour in summer-time, sitting there with our needlework or our lutes.

A repast ensued, consisting of viands the most delicate, and wines as fragrant as they were fine, drunk out of jewelled cups; and when it drew towards its conclusion, harps and lutes were heard in the distance, and one of the ladies said in the knight's ear, "This house, and all that you see in it, are yours.

Me thought I saw a thousand Cupids slide from heaven, And landing here made this their scene of revells, Clapping their golden feathers which kept tyme While their owne feet strook musike to their dance, As they had trod and touched so many Lutes.

many times by the savour of burnt sacrifice; and the sound of their lutes is loud, and of their songs: and at their tables never-failing are celebrated the rites of Zeus, the stranger's friend.

With Abu Jahl at its head, and accompanied by slave girls with lutes and tabrets, who were to gladden the eyes and minister to the pleasure of its warriors, the Kureisch army moved on through the desert towards its destined goal; but we are told by a recorder, "dreams of disaster accompanied it, nor was its sleep tranquil for the evil portents that appeared therein."

Oh, come, dear Zir-ri, tune your lyres and lutes, And sing of love with chastest, sweetest notes, Of Accad's goddess Ishtar, Queen of Love, And Izdubar, with softest measure move; Great Samas' son, of him

Toward the temple filed the long parade, The nobles led while Accad's music played; The harps and timbrels, barsoms, drums and flutes Unite with trumpets and the silver lutes.

From lyres and lutes their softest wooings bring, As Ishtar bows before her lover king.

The rays o'er gems and richest garments shone Upon the lords and ladies round the throne; While troops of dancing girls around them move With cymbals, harps and lutes, with songs of love.

Ten thousand harps and lutes and golden lyres Are waiting now to start the Heavenly choirs.

They possess violins, guitars, lutes (all with strings or wires), dulcimers, wind instruments, ordinary and kettle-drums, and cymbals, but are neither skilled in composition, melody, nor execution.

All the place-seekers, parasites, flatterers, second-rate artificers, folk of facile talents, whom Leo gathered round him, vented their rage against a Pope who lived sparsely, shut up the Belvedere, called statues "idols of the Pagans," and spent no farthing upon twangling lutes and frescoed chambers.

And fairy forms around me dance, Now they retreat, and now advance; Bright wreaths around their heads they wear, And lutes in their fair hands they bear,

I had clearly understood that the lyrical quality was to be for ever banished; there were to be no harps and lutes in our heaven, only drums; and the preservation of all the essentials of poetry, by the simple enumeration of the utensils to be found in a back kitchen, did, I could not help thinking (here it becomes necessary to whisper), sound not unlike rigmarole.

Indeed, despite our dissimulations, we know that life is not a matter of lutes, doves, and sunflowers, and at last we have little patience with those who thus seek to represent it.

SEE Lacretelle, Jacques de. LUTES, DELLA (THOMPSON) The gracious hostess.

R86126, 15Nov51, Louis Irving Lutes (Wr) LUTHER, MARK LEE.

R107503, 16Feb53, Mrs. Turbese L. Fiske (C) LUTES, DELLA THOMPSON.

SEE Lutes, Delia Thompson.

LUTES, DELLA.

Mary Jane Lutes Putnam (NK); 18Sep64; R345105.

Mary Jane Lutes Putnam (NK); 18Sep64; R345107.

Mary Jane Lutes Putnam (NK); 16Oct64; R346404. Strawberry festival.

Mary Jane Lutes Putnam (NK); 18Sep64; R345108. Sunday night supper.

Mary Jane Lutes Putnam (NK); 18Sep64; R345106.

LUTES, DELLA T. The country kitchen.

Mary Jane Lutes Putnam (NK); 9Sep64; R344434.

© 29Nov37; A111643. Mary Jane Lutes Putnam (NK); 3Dec64; R350343.

PUTNAM, MARY JANE LUTES.

For works claimed by Mary Jane Lutes Putnam SEE this list under: Lutes, Della.

For works claimed by Mary Jane Lutes Putnam SEE this list under: Lutes, Della.

Lutes, Della T. PUTNAM'S (G. P.) SONS.

LUTES, DELLA T. Millbrook.

Mary Jane Lutes Putnam (NK); 6Dec65; R375807.

SEE Lutes, Delia T. DODD, WALTER F. Cases and materials on constitutional law.

LUTES, DELIA T. Country schoolma'am.

SEE Lutes, Della T. DOHERTY, LOUIS W. Little Chuck's adventure.

LUTES, DELLA T. Cousin William.

By Drucella Lutes Lowrie.

R86126, 15Nov51, Louis Irving Lutes (Wr) LUTHER, MARK LEE.

R107503, 16Feb53, Mrs. Turbese L. Fiske (C) LUTES, DELLA THOMPSON.

SEE Lutes, Delia Thompson.

LUTES, DELLA.

Mary Jane Lutes Putnam (NK); 18Sep64; R345105.

Mary Jane Lutes Putnam (NK); 18Sep64; R345107.

Mary Jane Lutes Putnam (NK); 16Oct64; R346404. Strawberry festival.

Mary Jane Lutes Putnam (NK); 18Sep64; R345108. Sunday night supper.

Mary Jane Lutes Putnam (NK); 18Sep64; R345106.

LUTES, DELLA T. The country kitchen.

Mary Jane Lutes Putnam (NK); 9Sep64; R344434.

© 29Nov37; A111643. Mary Jane Lutes Putnam (NK); 3Dec64; R350343.

PUTNAM, MARY JANE LUTES.

For works claimed by Mary Jane Lutes Putnam SEE this list under: Lutes, Della.

For works claimed by Mary Jane Lutes Putnam SEE this list under: Lutes, Della.

Lutes, Della T. PUTNAM'S (G. P.) SONS.

LUTES, DELLA T. Millbrook.

Mary Jane Lutes Putnam (NK); 6Dec65; R375807.

PUTNAM, MARY JANE LUTES.

SEE Lutes, Della T. PUTNAM, WILLIAM C. Laboratory exercises in physical geology.

SEE Lutes, Delia T. DODD, WALTER F. Cases and materials on constitutional law.

LUTES, DELIA T. Country schoolma'am.

SEE Lutes, Della T. DOHERTY, LOUIS W. Little Chuck's adventure.

By Drucella Lutes Lowrie.

Sweet is the music of Arabia In my heart, when out of dreams I still in the thin clear mirk of dawn Descry her gliding streams; Hear her strange lutes on the green banks Ring loud with the grief and delight Of the dim-silked dark-haired Musicians In the brooding silence of night.

They haunt meher lutes and her forests; No beauty on earth I see But shadowed with that dreams recalls

Under the arches of the triforium an orchestra of Gothic angels with stiff dalmatics and folded wings sang lauds, playing lutes and flutes, and in the central parts of the pillars the statues of holy bishops were interspersed with those of historical and legendary personages.

On the days they held their feasts to the Virgin they never paid any heed to the canons in the choir, and they greatly disturbed all the offices with 'rabeles,' lutes and disorderly songs.

All the coarse wind and stringed instruments that the artisans had in the towns, or the labourers in the fields, came into the churches, and the organ was accompanied by violas, violins, bagpipes, flutes, guitars and lutes.

When the angels are singing from their music books, and others are accompanying them with lutes and viols, the song is not always supposed to be the same.

They kneel and strike their golden lutes, or stand and sound their silver clarions, or sit like beautiful winged children on the steps of the throne, and pipe and sing as if their spirits were overflowing with harmony as well as love and adoration.

There are examples where the angels in attendance bear, not harps or lutes, but the attributes of the Cardinal Virtues, as in an altar-piece by Taddeo Gaddi at Florence.

On the right of the Virgin is St. Apollonia; then two lovely angels in white raiment, with lutes in their hands; and then a female head, seen looking from behind, evidently a family portrait.

The division between fancy and imagination is no less grounded in nature than that of delirium from mania; or of Otway's Lutes, laurels, seas of milk, and ships amber, from Shakespeare's What!

Conning madrigals for lovers' lutes, mayhap?

and you'll find the music, Bulb after bulb, in silver rolled, Scantily dealt to the summer morning, Saved for your ear when lutes be old.

The breezes brought dejected lutes, And bathed them in the glee; The East put out a single flag, And signed the fete away.

and you'll find the music, Bulb after bulb, in silver rolled, Scantily dealt to the summer morning, Saved for your ear when lutes be old.

Around her, in her chair of state, they all their places hold; A hundred weave the web of silk, and a hundred spin the gold, And a hundred touch their gentle lutes to sooth that Lady's pain, As she thinks on him that's far away with the host of Charlemagne.

Ringing lutes and goblin ditties From the clefted rock would sound, Like a mad and merry spring-tide Flowers grow forest-high around.

Like a guitaror lute, a zither's body serves as a resonating chamber (sound box), but, unlike guitars and lutes, a zither lacks a distinctly separate neck assembly.

"People are unable to maintain these all-or-nothing kind of goals," Lutes said.

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When the hurdy-gurdy became more popular than the lute, lute makers transferred their traditional method for manufacturing lutes to the mechanism of the hurdy-gurdy, thus completely changing its appearance.