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8 thoughts on “ Because I Could Not Stop For Death - John Adams - Harmonium, The Wound-Dresser

  1. If "Negative Love" is a meditation on love and "Because I Could Not Stop for Death" a sequence of tableau-type images about the arrest of time, "Wild Nights" embraces both of the former themes with a poetic intensity that is at once violent and sexual and full of that longing for forgetfulness which is at the core of all Dickinson's works.
  2. JOHN ADAMS TEXT FOR HARMONIUM 1. Negative Love John Donne ( – ) I NEVER stoop'd so low, as they Which on an eye, cheek, lip, can prey ; Seldom to them which soar no higher Than virtue, or the mind to admire. For sense and understanding may Know what gives fuel to their fire ; My love, though silly, is more brave ;.
  3. John Adams on Harmonium. The two Dickinson poems show the polar opposites of her poetic voice. “Because I Could Not Stop for Death” is the intimate, hushed Dickinson, whose beyond-the-grave monologue is a sequence of images from a short life, a kind of pastoral elegy expressed through the lens of a slow-motion camera.
  4. Harmonium: II. Because I Could Not Stop For Death By John Adams - Atlanta Symphony Chorus, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Robert Shaw 3 Harmonium: III. Wild Nights By John Adams - Atlanta Symphony Chorus, Atlanta Symphony Orchestra & Robert Shaw Harmonium/Choruses from The Death Of Klinghoffer Kent Nagano & Orchestre de l'Opéra de Lyon.
  5. Because I could not stop for Death. The persona of Dickinson's poem meets personified Death. Death is a gentleman caller who takes a leisurely carriage ride with the speaker to her grave. According to Thomas H. Johnson 's variorum edition of the number of this poem is

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