Extractions: Itsuv ve-adrikhalut be-Muzeon Yisrael : deyokan shel mahlakah, 1973-1997 / [mehkar, Shelomit Shtainberg ; itsuv, David Tartakover ve-Osnat Hertsberg] = Design and architecture at the Israel Museum : portrait of a department, 1973-1997 / [research, Shlomit Steinberg ; design, David Tartakover and Osnat Herzberg] Yerushalayim : Ha-Muzeon, c1999.
Il Terzo Libro De Madrigali 1615. 1. Dispietata pietate (Without pity). Text by Torquato Tasso(15441595), from Aminta . Dispietata pietate, Without pity,. fu http://www.recmusic.org/lieder/merge.cgi?773
Torquato Tasso L'autore Della Gerusalemme Liberata Translate this page Torquato Tasso (1544-1595) nacque a Sorrento dal poeta cortigiano Bernardo e daPorzia de' Rossi,la sua vita fu tormentata ed errabonda e la sua sensibilità http://www.ilnarratore.com/homeI/antologia/tasso.html
Extractions: Torquato Tasso nacque a Sorrento dal poeta cortigiano Bernardo e da Porzia de' Rossi,la sua vita fu tormentata ed errabonda e la sua sensibilità inquieta, introspettiva e malinconica. Entrò subito in contatto con le principali istituzioni del suo tempo (corte, chiesa, accademia) e rappresentò il modello dell'intellettuale laico, cortigiano.Come nella vita così nell'opera Tasso mostra di vivere tutto l'arco della crisi della civiltà rinascimentale tra il fascino dei valori terreni e l'ansia di adesione a quelli religiosi e controriformistici.Oltre al suo capolavoro, la Gerusalemme liberata , scrisse un cospicuo numero di Rime, una favola pastorale l' Aminta , una tragedia il Re Torrismondo , ma il suo genere resta l'epica: oltre alla Gerusalemme liberata , ne scrive infatti anche un rifacimento, la Gerusalemme conquistata.
Torquato Tasso Page Child of courtier poet and Porzia deRossi, Torquato Tasso (15441595)was born in Sorrento. His life was one of torment and wandering. http://www.ilnarratore.com/anthology/tasso/tasso.html
Extractions: SHORT BIOGRAPHY sample audio Child of courtier poet and Porzia deRossi, Torquato Tasso (1544-1595) was born in Sorrento. His life was one of torment and wandering. He was sensitive, introspective and melancholy. He soon came into contact with the main institutions (court, church and academia) and was symbolic of the intellectual, lay courtier. As in life as in his works, Tasso experienced the full range of the crisis of Renaissance life from the fascination for property to the need to adhere to religious and counter-reformation values. Apart from his masterpiece, Gerusalemme liberata, he wrote a large number of Rime , a pastoral fable (Aminta), a tragedy (Re Torrismondo) , but his genre remained that of the epic. Apart from Gerusalemme, he in fact wrote a remake, Gerusalemme conquistata. THE TASSO'S TEXTS ON LINE LiberLiber
Poezijaonline.com Torquato Tasso (15441595) Tasso, Torquato, tal. pjesnik; r. 11. III 1544. u Sorrentu,u. 25. IV 1595. u Rimu. Rano je upoznao lutalacki ivot prognanika. http://poezijaonline.com/poezija/pisac.asp?pisac=Tasso, Torquato
Torquato Tasso Sonette An Lucrezia Bendidio Translate this page Torquato Tasso (1544-1595). Sonette. an Lucrezia Bendidio. (Aus dem Italienischenvon Paul Graf Thun-Hohenstein). Mein Leben stand im heiteren April (II). http://www.deutsche-liebeslyrik.de/fremd/tasso.htm
Extractions: Torquato Tasso (1544-1595) Sonette an Lucrezia Bendidio (Aus dem Italienischen von Paul Graf Thun-Hohenstein) Mein Leben stand im heiteren April: (II) So tun war süß, so anschaun wunderbar. (III) Die Stirn umwellte goldne Lockenflut, (IV) Die ich so über alles liebte, schritt (V) ... Wer wachen Geistes ist, der fühlt das Leid: (XXIV) Schildert das Alter, in dem er sich verliebte,
The Guide To World Drama Click here to buy a book Click here to buy. Torquato Tasso. (15441595). Italianpoet . dramatist born Sorrento March 11, 1544. Died Rome April 25, 1595. http://www.4-wall.com/authors/authors_t/tasso/tasso_torquato.htm
Extractions: Click here to buy a book: dramatist born Sorrento March 11, 1544. Died Rome April 25, 1595 PLAYS Aminta (Amyntas) Pastoral tragicomedy, prologue and 5 acts: verse. Written 1573. Published 1580. Produced Belvedere Island, Po River, Gelosi company, July 31, 1573. Il re Torrismondo (King Torrismund) Tragedy, 5 acts: verse. Written 1573/86. Published 1587. Produced Vicenza, Teatro Olimpico, 1618. EDITIONS Opere di Torquato Tasso, ed. by G. Rosini, vols. III and IV, Pisa, 1821-1822 Teatro di Torquato Tasso, ed. by A. Solerti, Bologna, 1895 Torquato Tasso: Poesie, ed. by F. Flora, Milan and Naples, 1952; Tutte le poesie di Torquato Tasso, ed. by L. Caretti, vol. III, Milan, 1957 Opere di Torquato Tasso, ed. by B. T. Sozzi, new ed., vol. 2, Turin, 1964 Il teatro italiano: la tragedia del Cinquecento, ed. by M. Ariani, Turin, 1977. Aminta (Amyntas). B. T. Sozzi, ed., Padua, 1957 also published in A Renaissance Treasury
Torquato Tasso Torquato Tasso. Torquato Tasso, 15441595, Italian poet. Tasso camefrom a noble and literary family, and received all the advantages http://www.english.upenn.edu/~jlynch/Frank/People/tasso.html
Extractions: Torquato Tasso, 1544-1595, Italian poet. Tasso came from a noble and literary family, and received all the advantages of such a station, including receiving and education with the son of the Duke of Urbino. While studying law in Padua in the 1560s, he was introduced to some of the major figures in sixteenth-century European intellectual life, including the critic Sperone Speroni and the French poet Pierre Ronsard. He was also exposed to the classical literature then at the center of literary culture, especially Aristotle . (His Discorsi dell'arte poetica [published in 1587], for instance, was an influential defense of the "unities" supposedly derived from Aristotle's Poetics Like his father, Tasso was a courtier poet. During the 1570s, while serving in the court of Duke Alfonso II d'Este in Ferrara, he wrote several of his best-known works: a pastoral drama, L'Aminta (1573); and, most important, Gerusalemme liberata (published 1581). This latter, one of the greatest epic poems of the Renaissance, describes the Christian conquest of Jerusalem during the First Crusade. After the completion of his great work, Tasso suffered from mental instability (manifested as a persecution complex), and from 1579 to 1586 the Duke of Ferrara had him committed to the hospital of Santa Anna. While there, he revised
Torquato Tasso Torquato Tasso. The life of Torquato Tasso (15441595) can at bestbe called unfortunate. Born in Sorrento on the eleventh of March http://faculty.smu.edu/bwheeler/Ency/tasso.html
Extractions: Nevertheless, it seems that Tasso's reputation was quite international even in his lifetime. In 1594 he was invited to Rome by Pope Clement VIII to be crowned poet laureate. Tasso readily agreed but postponed the ceremony until the end of April of the following year. Unfortunately, although somewhat fittingly, Tasso became seriously ill the day before the ceremony was to take place, and on April 25, 1595, Tasso died in the convent of St. Onofrio, where he is still buried. http://sunsite.berkeley.edu/OMACL/tasso/ http://www.comptons2.aol.com/encyclopedia/ARTICLES/04703_A.htm http://www.english.upenn.edu/~jlynch/Frank/People/tasso.html http://www.kirjasto.sci.fi/ttasso.htm Boulting, William. Tasso and His Times . London: Metheun and Co., 1907. Everett, William. The Italian Poets Since Dante . New York: Charles Scribners Sons, 1904. Kates, Judith A. Tasso and Milton: The Problem of the Christian Epic . Cranbury, NJ: Associated
TORQUATO TASSO Translate this page Biografia. Torquato Tasso (1544-1595). Figlio del poeta Bernardo Tasso, a diciottoanni esordì con il poema Rinaldo, dedicato al cardinale Luigi DEste. http://www.italiadonna.it/public/percorsi/biografie/m041.htm
Extractions: Figlio del poeta Bernardo Tasso, a diciotto anni esordì con il poema Rinaldo, dedicato al cardinale Luigi DEste. Si trasferì alla corte di Ferrara, dove condusse una vita intensa e di grande attività artistica. E in questo periodo che, tra laltro, finì il suo capolavoro: la Gerusalemme Liberata. A causa del suo particolare carattere, pieno di insicurezze e contraddizioni, fu colto da uno squilibrio mentale, che lo portò ad una vita solitaria, viaggiando attraverso lItalia, fino a che, tornato a Ferrara, il duca Alfonso lo fece rinchiudere nellospedale di S. Anna, dove rimase per sette anni. Liberato per intervento della Corte di Mantova, riprese i suoi viaggi in Italia, finché morì a Roma nel monastero di SantOnofrio. Questa sensibilità così spiccata e talvolta addirittura malata, si riflette nelle sue opere, liriche e appassionate, anche nella tragedia e nellepos. Periodi storici Preistoria Roma antica Medioevo Rinascimento ... Donne nella storia Indici biografie attrici e attori registe e registi Personaggi storici donne nella letteratura
To His Mistress In Absence, By Torquato Tasso by Torquato Tasso (15441595) AR from thy dearest self, the scope Ofall my aims, I waste in secret flames; And only live because I hope. http://www.poetry-archive.com/t/to_his_mistress_in_absence.html
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Torquato Tasso Ecco mormorar l'onde Torquato Tasso (15441595). Ecco mormorar l'onde,E tremolar le fronde Al'aura mattutina, e gli arboscelli, E http://www.tcm.phy.cam.ac.uk/~mdt26/poems/tasso1.html
Extractions: Ch'ogni arso cor ristaura. TRANSLATE At the age of twenty-one Tasso entered the service of the Este family of Ferrara, but his association with the house of Este was to be a tragic one. In 1575, after having completed his major works, he suffered the first of a series of nervous breakdowns that very rapidly took the form of furious insanity and required first isolation in the Este palace and a monastery, and later confinement in the asylum of Sant'Anna, where on occasion he had to be kept in chains. Tasso remained at Sant'Anna seven years. Released in 1586, but not fully cured, he spent the rest of his life wandering from city to city, never at peace with himself. He died in Rome, in the monastery of Saint Onofrio. This poem, like many of Tasso's love poems , was written for a young girl of noble extraction, Laura Peperara, whom Tasso met in Mantua in 1564. The play between the name of Laura and the word "l'aura" - "the breeze" is clear. His main concern was not with thoughts or ideas but with images and words, which he chose with great care and precision primarily for their capacity to captivate the attention with the magic of their sounds. In this respect Tasso is the precursor of "pure" poetry, and many a poet of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries is considerably indebted to him.
Torquato Tasso Io v'amo sol perche Torquato Tasso (15441595). Io v'amo sol perchèvoi siete bella, e perchè vuol mia stella, non ch'io speri http://www.tcm.phy.cam.ac.uk/~mdt26/poems/tasso3.html
Extractions: de la mia fede. TRANSLATE At the age of twenty-one Tasso entered the service of the Este family of Ferrara, but his association with the house of Este was to be a tragic one. In 1575, after having completed his major works, he suffered the first of a series of nervous breakdowns that very rapidly took the form of furious insanity and required first isolation in the Este palace and a monastery, and later confinement in the asylum of Sant'Anna, where on occasion he had to be kept in chains. Tasso remained at Sant'Anna seven years. Released in 1586, but not fully cured, he spent the rest of his life wandering from city to city, never at peace with himself. He died in Rome, in the monastery of Saint Onofrio. As you can tell from this poem, it was probably some girl's fault.