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" Consider it well ; each tone of our scale in itself is nought ; It is everywhere in the world—loud, soft, and all is said : Give it to me to use ! I mix it with two in my thought, And there ! ye have seen and heard ; consider and bow the "
The Edinburgh Review: Or Critical Journal - Página 172
1876
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Poems of sentiment and reflection

1912
...frame not a fourth sound but a star. Consider it well: each tone of our scale in itself is naught: It is everywhere in the world—loud, soft, and all...it to me to use! I mix it with two in my thought: Well, it is gone at last, the palace of music I reared; Gone! and the good tears start, the praises...
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British Poems, from "Canterbury Tales" to "Recessional"

1912 - 537 páginas
...frame, not a fourth sound, but a star. Consider it well: each tone of our scale in itself is naught: It is everywhere in the world—loud, soft, and all...it to me to use! I mix it with two in my thought: Well, it is gone at last, the palace of music I reared; Gone! and the good tears start, the praises...
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Lyric Diction for Singers, Actors and Public Speakers

1913 - 341 páginas
...note of our scale in itself is naught. It is everywhere in the world, loud, soft, and all's said. Give to me to use. I mix it with two in my thought, And there, you have heard and seen. Consider and bow the head. —ROBERT BROWNING. WHEN the voice-chord is complete...
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Lyric Diction for Singers, Actors and Public Speakers

1913 - 341 páginas
...note of our scale in itself is naught. It is everywhere in the world, loud, soft, and all's said. Give to me to use. I mix it with two in my thought, And there, you have heard and seen. Consider and bow the head. —ROBERT BROWNING. WHEN the voice-chord is complete...
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The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, Volumen29;Volumen51

1896
...to man, That out of three sounds he frame, not a fourth sound, but a star. Consider it well : eacli tone of our scale in itself is nought : It is everywhere in the world — loud, soft, and all is said : Give it to rae to use ! I mix it with two in my thought : And,...
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A Century's Change in Religion

George Harris - 1914 - 266 páginas
...frame, not a fourth sound, but a star. Consider it well: each tone of our scale in itself is naught: It is everywhere in the world—loud, soft, and all...mix it with two in my thought: And there! Ye have heard and seen: consider and bow the head! Then it was gone and all was still in the cathedral. Yet...
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A Century's Change in Religion

George Harris - 1914 - 266 páginas
...each tone of our scale in itself is naught: It is everywhere in the world—loud, soft, and all is Give it to me to use! I mix it with two in my thought: And there! Ye have heard and seen: consider and bow the head! Then it was gone and all was still in the cathedral. Yet...
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The Ultimate Belief

Arthur Clutton-Brock - 1916 - 132 páginas
...to music, which is nothing else than the creation of harmony out of separated or discordant notes: i "Consider it well: each tone of our scale in itself...mix it with two in my thought, And there! Ye have heard and seen: consider and bow the head!" If these reflections on life seem just to the reader, he...
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Faith in a Future Life: (foundations)

Alfred Wilhelm Martin - 1916 - 202 páginas
...with physical processes in the brain. Consider it well: each tone of our scale in itself is naught; It is everywhere in the world—loud, soft, and all...mix it with two in my thought: And, there! Ye have heard and seen: Consider and bow the head! No, science has not disproved immortality and till it does...
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A Book of English Literature, Selected and Ed, Volumen1

Franklyn Bliss Snyder, Robert Grant Martin - 1916 - 889 páginas
...frame, not a fourth sound, but a star. Consider it well: each tone of our scale in itself is naught: 02 0 & & ) ) ,$^1D1j4;3 2 1'5 + 55 And there! Ye have heard and seen: consider and bow the head! Well, it is gone at last, the palace...
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