JOSQUIN ABSALON FILI MI PDF

A late and possibly untrustworthy printed source calls the great Josquin Desprez its composer, and music historians for years have lauded it and sought possible occasions for its writing, such as the memorial service for Philip the Fair, son of the Emperor Maximilian, in Whichever man may be credited with Absalon, the powerful character of the music remains. The motet is scored for four voices, but in an extremely low register: the final chord contains a B flat below the contemporary bass clef! The mensuration time signature in the earliest reliable source is also slow and somewhat unusual.

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He was a great favorite of his father, and of the people. His charming manners, personal beauty, insinuating ways, love of pomp, and royal pretensions, captivated the hearts of the people from the beginning. He lived in great style, drove in a magnificent chariot, and had fifty men run before him. She served as Queen Mother for Asa, until he deposed her for idolatry. The revolt at Hebron[ edit ] While at Jerusalem, Absalom built support for himself by speaking to those who came to King David for justice, saying, "See, your claims are good and right; but there is no one deputed by the king to hear you", perhaps reflecting flaws in the judicial system of the United Monarchy.

Then all who had a suit or cause might come to me, and I would give them justice. He "stole the hearts of the people of Israel". Absalom reached the capital and consulted with the renowned Ahithophel sometimes spelled Achitophel. This gave David critical time to prepare his own troops for the battle.

Joab, accustomed to avenging himself, took this opportunity to even the score with Absalom. Joab killed Absalom with three darts through the heart. When David heard that Absalom was killed, although not how he was killed, he greatly sorrowed. O my son Absalom, my son, my son Absalom! Would God I had died for thee, O Absalom, my son, my son! It is situated in the eastern part of the valley of Kidron, to the east of Jerusalem.

Bible, article "Jerusalem", p. It existed in the days of Josephus "Antiquities" vii. See illustrations on pp. For centuries, it was the custom among passers-by—Jews, Christians and Muslims —to throw stones at the monument. Residents of Jerusalem would bring their unruly children to the site to teach them what became of a rebellious son.

The vanity with which he displayed his beautiful hair, the rabbis say, became his snare and his stumbling-block. And again, elsewhere: "By his vile stratagem he deceived and stole three hearts, that of his father, of the elders, and finally of the whole nation of Israel, and for this reason three darts were thrust into his heart to end his treacherous life" Tosef.

More striking is the following: "Did one ever hear of an oak-tree having a heart? And yet in the oak-tree in whose branches Absalom was caught, we read that upon its heart he was held up still alive while the darts were thrust through him [Mek.

This is to show that when a man becomes so heartless as to make war against his own father, nature itself takes on a heart to avenge the deed. According to R. Meir Sanh. And according to the description of Gehenna by Joshua ben Levi, who, like Dante, wandered through hell under the guidance of the angel Duma, Absalom still dwells there, having the rebellious heathen in charge; and when the angels with their fiery rods run also against Absalom to smite him like the rest, a heavenly voice says: "Spare Absalom, the son of David, My servant.

Stephen Cohn. This relates to the Biblical story of the son usurping his father. Absalom kills and murders a man, and also meets an untimely death.

Paradoxically, in the modern version, it is the rebellious son who has the first name "David". Music[ edit ] Josquin des Prez composed the motet "Absalon, fili mi" on the occasion of the death of Juan Borgia Absalon being a further alternative spelling. Nicholas Gombert composed the two-part, eight-voice motet "Lugebat David Absalon". The song depicts David grieving over the death of his son.

The grindcore band Discordance Axis references Absalom at the end of the track entitled "Castration Rite". Other variants, used either as a first name or a surname, include "Absalom", " Absolon ", " Avessalom ", " Avesalom ", " Absalon ", and " Absolom ".

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He was a great favorite of his father, and of the people. His charming manners, personal beauty, insinuating ways, love of pomp, and royal pretensions, captivated the hearts of the people from the beginning. He lived in great style, drove in a magnificent chariot, and had fifty men run before him. She served as Queen Mother for Asa, until he deposed her for idolatry. The revolt at Hebron[ edit ] While at Jerusalem, Absalom built support for himself by speaking to those who came to King David for justice, saying, "See, your claims are good and right; but there is no one deputed by the king to hear you", perhaps reflecting flaws in the judicial system of the United Monarchy.

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