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165 examples of strauss in sentences

Hatzfeldt led the conversation to some evenings when Strauss played his waltzes with an entrain, a sentiment that no one else has ever attained, and to Offenbach and his melodiesone evening particularly when he had improvised a song for the Empresshe couldn't quite remember it.

Had he lived in our times, he would have belonged to the most progressive schools of thought and inquiry,probably a rationalist, denying what he could not prove by reason, and scorning all supernaturalism; a philosopher of the school of Hume, or Strauss, or Renan.

It may be remarked that Edvard Grieg has not only given Norway a conspicuous place on the map of musical Europe, but that he has influenced unmistakably composers of the rank of Tschaikowsky, the Russian; Paderewski, the Pole; Eugene d'Albert, the Scotch-English-German; Richard Strauss, the German; and our own lamented Edward McDowell, the American.

Berlioz, Saint-Saëns, Tchaikovsky, Dvorák, Strauss, and Weber.

Her first important literary work was the translation of Strauss's "Life of Jesus" in 1844, and shortly after her father's death in 1849 she was writing in the "Westminster Review."

" She gathered up her trailing skirts over one arm, and together they glided away through the crowd to the strains of a Strauss waltz.

First we had the Rationalism (properly so called) of Paulus, then the Mythical hypothesis of Strauss, and after that the 'Tendenz-kritik' of Baur.

I agree with the author of 'Supernatural Religion' that the point is not one of paramount importance, though it has been made more of by other writers, e.g. Strauss and Renan.

D.F. Strauss quotes a description by a merchant of Karlsruhe of this scene: "Old Gluck sang and played, con amore, many passages from the 'Messiah' set to music by himself; his wife accompanying him in a few other pieces."

The pianist began to play a dreamy Strauss waltz.

[Footnote 1: David Friedrich Strauss, Voltaire, sechs Vorträge, 1870.]

Strauss, included in the fifth volume of his Gesammelte Schriften.]

K. Schmidt) Stoeckl, A. Stöhr, A. Stout, G.F. Strauss, D.F. Strümpell, L. Stumpf, C. Stumpf, T. Sturm, Christoph Stutzmann Suabedissen Suarez, Francis Substance Descartes on Spinoza on

"Henry Strauss.

Henry Strauss succeeded in striking the ball, but it was caught by center field, rapidly sent to first base, before Henry could reach it, then thrown to the catcher in time to prevent Charlie Fleming from getting in.

"Right down through the storm-zone of the nineteenth century," writes one who knew him well, "he comes untroubled by the force of the 'aliquid inconcussum.' Edinburgh, Germany, Berwick; Hamilton, Kant, Hegel, Strauss, Renan, it is all the same.

His criticisms of Hume, of Strauss, and of Renan, were also in their own way masterly.

Strauss, Renan, and John Stuart Mill.

That German lyric verse of the last hundred years should have been distinguished by beauty of structure, depth of feeling, and wealth of melody, is not to be wondered at if we remember that this was the century of the revival of folk-song, and that it produced such song-composers as Schubert and Schumann and Robert Franz and Hugo Wolf and Richard Strauss.

Foremost among these is the nomination "by acclamation" of RICHARD STRAUSS as King of the Cannibal Islands.

But what is to be thought of the fact that the authoress of these tales is also the translator of Strauss's notorious book?

Has she been carrying out in these novels the precepts of that chapter in which Dr. Strauss teaches his disciples how, while believing the New Testament narrative to be merely mythical, they may yet discharge the functions of the Christian preacher without exposing themselves by their language to any imputation of unsoundness?

The modern German orchestra, with Strauss and Mahler, was concerned more with the preoccupations of artillery and the siege-train than with those of real music.

" These remarks are borne out in a remarkable way by the latest news of STRAUSS.

The best analysis of the clan rules is by Wang Hui-chen in D.S. Nivison, Confucianism in Action, Stanford 1959, p. 63-96.I do not regard such marriage systems as "survivals" of ancient systems which have been studied by M. Granet and systematically analysed by C. Lévy-Strauss in his Les structures élémentaires de la parenté, Paris 1949, pp.

We spent two or three hours delightfully one evening in listening to Strauss's band.

Strauss seemed to feel the music in every limb.

Harnack is a critic who is ready to give to the winds with both hands many things which are dear to us as life itself; yet this is how he writes in one of his most recent works: "Sixty years ago David Friedrich Strauss thought that he had almost entirely destroyed the historical credibility, not only of the fourth, but also of the first three Gospels as well.

Her first published work was a translation of Strauss's Leben Jesu, 1846.

Zola in literature, Strauss in music, the French school of paintingthese reduced Realism ad absurdum.

The Life of Jesus, by Strauss.

Allan and Pete rushed out to quell the disturbance, but the Big Man said not to interfere; that many a dollar he had paid for an evening of Strauss or Debussy when the clamor was just as loud, and to him no more melodiousand

He has been plainly moved by these results, though not a hint is given of the existence of Renan or Strauss.

He answers Strauss as he answers Renan, by producing the interpretation of a character, so living, so in accordance with all before and after, that it overpowers and sweeps away objections; a picture, an analysis or outline, if he pleases, which justifies itself and is its own evidence, by its originality and internal consistency.

Florence Chaney Geiser (W); 23Feb55; R144967. <pb id='053.png' /> ENGLAND, PAUL, tr. Correspondence between Richard Strauss and Hugo von Hofmannsthal.

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Correspondence between Richard Strauss and Hugo von Hofmannsthal.

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Correspondence between Richard Strauss and Hugo von Hofmannsthal.

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SEE Strauss, Johann.

SEE Strauss, Johann. Come, walk with me the woodland trail.

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STRAUSS, JOHANN.

Sister Mary John (E); 12Jun61; R277295. BOOSEY & HAWKES, INC. Die neue Fassung der Agyptischen Helena von Richard Strauss.

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Samuel Strauss (A); 9Jan63; R308318.

Helen Sachs Strauss (C); 27Jan64; R330806. SACKVILLE-WEST, EDWARD C. Thomas De Quincey.

STRAUSS, HELEN SACHS.

by Hans Strauss.

STRAUSS, PATRICIA.

Patricia Strauss (A); 21May70; R485020. STRAVINSKY, IGOR.

Strauss and Wagner.

STRAUSS, FRANZ.

Mister Strauss.

By Alfred A. Strauss & Laura E. Lehtinen.

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VON KELER, THEODORE M. R. Richard Strauss's Salome.

Florence Chaney Geiser (W); 23Feb55; R144967. <pb id='053.png' /> ENGLAND, PAUL, tr. Correspondence between Richard Strauss and Hugo von Hofmannsthal.

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Correspondence between Richard Strauss and Hugo von Hofmannsthal.

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Correspondence between Richard Strauss and Hugo von Hofmannsthal.

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SEE Woods, George B. STRAUSS, RICHARD.

Correspondence between Richard Strauss and Hugo von Hofmannsthal, 1907-1918, translated by Paul England.

SEE Strauss, Johann.

Sister Mary John (E); 12Jun61; R277295. BOOSEY & HAWKES, INC. Die neue Fassung der Agyptischen Helena von Richard Strauss.

SEE Charters, W. W. STRAUSS, SAMUEL.

Samuel Strauss (A); 9Jan63; R308318.

Helen Sachs Strauss (C); 27Jan64; R330806. SACKVILLE-WEST, EDWARD C. Thomas De Quincey.

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Theodore Strauss (A); 12Oct64; R346403. STRINGER, ARTHUR.

In collaboration with Marjorie Strauss Knauth.

by Hans Strauss.

STRAUSS, PATRICIA.

Patricia Strauss (A); 21May70; R485020. STRAVINSKY, IGOR.

Strauss and Wagner.

Franz Strauss (PWH); 6Oct70; R492128.

STRAUSS, FRANZ.

Mister Strauss.

By Alfred A. Strauss & Laura E. Lehtinen.

Marie C. Strauss (W) & Laura E. Lehtinen (A); 14May75; R605573. R605576. Mark Twain: an exhibition selected mainly from papers belonging to the Samuel <pb id='233.png' />

" Reich cites (256) a typical instance of Oriental ferocity toward an erring wife, from a book by J.J. Strauss, who relates that on June 9, 1671, a Persian avenged himself on his wife for a trespass by flaying her alive, and then, as a warning to other women, hanging up her skin in the house.

Strauss saw with his own eyes how the flayed body was thrown into the street and dragged out into a field.

" Strauss makes a division of myths into historical, philosophical, and poetical.

Oscar S. Strauss, ex-minister to Turkey, Miss Ellen Terry, and scores of others.

In 1893 she exhibited "Milly" and "Echo"; in 1894, "The Prodigal"; in 1895, a water-color, "Lilies"; in 1896, "Rejected"; in 1897, a portrait of Mrs. Laurence Phillips; in 1898, "The Song of Ages," reproduced in this book; in 1899, a portrait of Mrs. Arthur Strauss; and in 1900, one of Miss Vaughan.

" In 1844, when Miss Evans was twenty-five years old, she began the translation of Strauss' Life of Jesus.

I am only inclined to vow that I will never translate again, if I live to correct the sheets for Strauss.

Strauss himself was delighted with it.

Varvara Pavlovna suddenly began to play a noisy waltz by Strauss, beginning with so loud and quick a trill that Gedeonovsky fairly started.

With great presence of mind the famous organist thrust into the monster's gaping jaws a full score of STRAUSS'S Elektra, which he was studying between the casts, and the tarpon at once leaped out of the boat and was never seen or heard of again.

COQUEREL, ATHANASE, a pastor of the French Reformed Church, born in Paris, where he preached eloquently from 1830 till his death; was elected in 1848 deputy for the Seine to the national Assembly, but retired from political life after the coup d'état; wrote a reply to Strauss (1795-1858).

In a spiritual reference the whole contention of Strauss against Christianity is a tissue of irrelevancies, for the spirit of it, which is its life and essence, is true whatever conclusion critics in their seraphic wisdom may come to regarding the facts (1808-1874).

STRAUSS, JOHANN, musical composer, born at Vienna; was a musical conductor and composer, chiefly of waltz music.

There could be no sympathy between him and the men who took their politics from Rousseau and Louis Blanc, and their religion from Strauss.

We spent two or three hours delightfully one evening in listening to Strauss's band.

Strauss seemed to feel the music in every limb.

Thus the French Berlioz and St. Saëns are equally noted as composers and men of letters; the Italian Boito is an able dramatist as well as composer; and, among modern instances, Debussy, d'Indy, and Strauss have shown high literary as well as musical ability.