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Often, rhapsodes are depicted in Greek art, wearing their signature cloak and carrying a staff.This equipment is also characteristic of travellers in general, implying that rhapsodes were itinerant performers, moving from town to towncommissioned by Paul Whiteman (1890-1967) and composed by George Gershwin (1898-1937) the work was actually orchestrated by Whiteman's arranger, Ferde Grofé (1892-1972).Each stanza contains nine lines in total: eight lines in iambic pentameter followed by a single 'Alexandrine' line in iambic hexameter.The rhyme scheme of these lines is ABABBCBCC(Italian, 'third rhyme') used, by the Italian poet Dante, as the basic poetic unit of his trilogy, The Divine Comedy, terza rima is a three-line stanza form with interlocking rhymes that move from one stanza to the next.It contains a refrain, a strict rhyme scheme and a distinct meter pattern, a Ba ABBa (the lower case a indicates a line repeated verbatim)has only two rhyme sounds - the first and third lines of the first stanza are rhyming refrains that alternate as the third line in each successive stanza and form a couplet at the close.A villanelle is nineteen lines long, consisting of five tercets and one concluding quatrainthe linking together of stanzas by carrying a rhyme over from one stanza to the next.Peter's Cathedral in Erie, Pennsylvania, can be discounted as the chimes were not installed at St.
However, the words lending/sending constitute a double rhyme because two rhyming syllables are used.Its distinctive sound has appeared particularly in jazz and rock songs of the last fifty years.Its principles are derived from both the 'celesta' and the 'electric guitar'.If you would like to support our work writing and maintaining the teaching resources on this site please click on the donate button and follow the online instructions - thank you for your classical Greece, in the fifth and fourth centuries BC and perhaps earlier, a rhapsode was a professional performer of poetry, especially of epic poetry (notably the epics attributed to Homer) but also the wisdom and catalogue poetry of Hesiod and the satires of Archilochus and others.
Plato's dialogue Ion, in which Socrates confronts a star rhapsode, remains our richest source of information on these artists.
From about 1842, in German cities, the 'Scottish' gave way to the quicker 'polka' but in the country it survived into the early 20th-century where it was known as the Rheinländer.