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" I have found in nothing else. Nothing in my experience is more mysterious, more inexplicable. An instinct has always led men to transfer it to Heaven, and I suspect the Christian under its power has often attained to a singular consciousness of his immortality. "
The Centenary Commemoration of the Birth of Dr. William Ellery Channing ... - Página 195
1880 - 256 páginas
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Dwight's Journal of Music, Volúmenes5-6

1855
...into their dressing rooms." Mreic. — Channing says, "I am no musician and want a good ear ; and yet I am conscious of a power in music, which I want words to describe. It touches chords, reaches depth» in the soul, which lie beyond all other influences, extends my consciousness, aud has sometimes...
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Proceedings...

Pennsylvania Yearly Meeting of Progressive Friends (1853-1940) - 1856
...and surely he will doubt no more. " I am no musician," says Channing, " and want a good ear, and yet I am conscious of a power in music which I want words...all other influences, extends my consciousness, and sometimes gives me a pleasure which I have found in nothing else." We do not hesitate to advise parents...
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Bible music, variations on musical themes from Scripture

Francis Jacox - 1871
...truth at bottom, and he wanted to understand more. " I am no musician, and want a good ear, and yet I am conscious of a power in music which I want words...in the soul, which lie beyond all other influences, — it extends my consciousness, and has sometimes given me a pleasure which I may have found in nothing...
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Bible Music: Being Variations, in Many Keys, on Musical Themes from Scripture

Francis Jacox - 1872 - 330 páginas
...truth at bottom, and he wanted to understand more. " I am no musician, and want a good ear, and yet I am conscious of a power in music which I want words...in the soul, which lie beyond all other influences, — it extends my consciousness, and has sometimes given me a pleasure which I may have found in nothing...
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Eclectic Magazine: Foreign Literature, Volumen30;Volumen93

1879
...with the celebrated but long subsequent passage of Cardinal Newman on the religious aspect of music. " I am conscious of a power in music which I want words to describe. Nothing in my experience is more inexplicable. And instinct has always led me to transfer the religious...
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Macmillan's Magazine, Volumen40

1879
...with the celebrated but long subsequent passage of Cardinal Newman on the religious aspect of music. " I am conscious of a power in music which I want words to describe. Nothing in my experience is more inexplicable. An instinct has always led me to transfer the religious...
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A Thousand Thoughts from Various Authors

Arthur B. Davison - 1880 - 374 páginas
...discovers. Sir Thomas Browne, Religio Medici. MUSIC. I AM no musician, and want a good ear, and yet I am conscious of a power in music which I want words...in the soul, which lie beyond all other influences. It extends my consciousness, and has sometimes given me a pleasure which I may have found in nothing...
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The Life of William Ellery Channing, D.D.

William Ellery Channing, William Henry Channing - 1880 - 719 páginas
...a truth at bottom, and I wanted to understand more. I am no musician, and want a good car, and yet I am conscious of a power in music which I want words...describe. It touches chords, reaches depths in the soul, wlu'ch lie bej-ond all other influences, — extends my consciousness, and has sometimes given me a...
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The Library Magazine of Select Foreign Literature, Volumen1

1880
...with the colobrated but long subsequent passage of Cardinal Newman on the religious aspect of music. "I am conscious of a power in music which I want words to describe. Nothing in my experience is more inexplicable. An instinct has always led me to transfer the religious...
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The Library Magazine, Volumen1

1880
...with the celebrated but long subsequent passage of Cardinal Newman on the religious aspect of music. "I am conscious of a power in music which I •want words to describe. Nothing in my experience is more inexplicable. An instinct has always led me to transfer the religious...
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