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miracle-play in the Ammergau.

Anna Mary Howitt

miracle-play in the Ammergau.

by Anna Mary Howitt

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Oberammergauer Passionsspiel.

  • Edition Notes

    From: Living Age, Vol. 27, 1850, taken from The Ladies" Companion, Vol. 2,No. 35, 1850.

    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20396211M

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    This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.   The play is also controversial, still considered by many to be basically anti‐Semitic (which was unquestion‐ably its intention when performed as a medieval miracle play and as exploit‐ed by.

    Aurangabad. "A miracle play of the life of our Lord was performed there by them, beginning with the scene of Birth, and ending with the Crucifixion. Although, no doubt it could not bear comparison with Ammergau [Oberammergau, Germany] yet it was curious and strange. Portuguese monks chanted the story in their own tongue. Yet they are valuable to students as showing the different sources and the heterogeneous materials from and of which the great Saga-book has been compounded. Some are, moreover, striking and novel, especially parts of the series entitled King Shah Bakht and his Wazir Al-Rahwan (pp. –).


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See more. All who have already beheld this miracle Play, have gone away the nobler and the better, and who ever has not seen it, we would hereby invite in the year not to grudge a journey to Ober-Ammergau, With this view we have writen this little book and given as an illustration of the text the pictures of the Passion by Albert Durer, represented.

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The simple lyric character of the early texts, as shown in the Quem Quœritis, was enlarged by the addition of dialogue and dramatic. OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages ; 19 cm: Contents: Settling down, a religious procession, the Hofkapelle, a great painter's studio and cartoons --The studio of Wilhelm von Kaulbach --Passing sketches --The miracle-play at Ober-Ammergau --Bits of Munich life --The student's lights and shadows --Justina's visit, a group of art-sisters --A barbaric temple built in the.

Preview this book» What people are This miracle-play," continued our friend, " has been religiously performed every ten years until the present time. Page 54 - Ober-Ammergau district ; there were boddices and petticoats and head-dresses of every color of the rainbow, — red, green, and blue, being however predominant; there was a.

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