8 edition of The Shaker spiritual found in the catalog.
|Statement||Daniel W. Patterson.|
|LC Classifications||ML3178.S5 P4 2000|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, 562 p. :|
|Number of Pages||562|
|LC Control Number||00063851|
Book Review: 'The Visionist,' by Rachel Urquhart Rachel Urquhart's debut novel, The Visionist, is based in real life: the Visionists were young Shaker girls who began to suffer mysterious fits one. Bond strengthening and spiritual in nature, the traditional tea ceremony has always been a decorative and dramatic occasion. Speaking to this in his Book of Tea, Okakura Kakuzo fondly asserted that “tea is more than an idealization . Simple Gifts “Tis the gift to be simple, tis the gift to be free.” That has to be the best known line of any Shaker song. Many people change the wording a bit when they sing the song and say “Tis a gift to be simple,” but that little change of the to a does make a difference in the meaning of the song. To me it seems to change the gift from one that is given to one we can choose.
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Daniel Patterson's book The Shaker Spiritual is a thorough compilation along with historical commentary of hundreds of Shaker hymns and songs. It is out of print so I was delighted to find a copy on It arrived quickly, the price was reasonable and it Cited by: Daniel Patterson's book The Shaker Spiritual is a thorough compilation along with historical commentary of hundreds of Shaker hymns and songs.
It is out of The Shaker spiritual book so I was delighted to find a copy on It arrived quickly, the price was reasonable and it is in good condition.5/5(3). Get this from a library. The Shaker spiritual. [Daniel W Patterson] -- The largest and most balanced collection of its type to date, this volume presents songs from the Shaker repertory.
In addition, it features quotes from interviews and unpublished diaries. "The Shakers: Two Centuries of Spiritual Reflection" is an excellent effort at understanding Shaker beliefs.
The book, from its introduction by Gertrude M. Soule, flows very well and gives good detail of the key aspects of Shaker life throughout the nineteenth century/5(2). The Description for this book, The Shaker Spiritual, will be forthcoming.
Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Shakers -- Hymns -- History and criticism. Shakers -- Hymns.
Folk songs, English -- United States -- History and criticism. View all subjects; More like this. Spiritual Spectacles: Vision and Image in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Shakerism. Indiana University Press, Stein, Stephen J. The Shaker Experience in America: A History of the United Society of Believers (Yale University Press, ), a standard scholarly history; Wergland, Glendyne R.
Visiting the Shakers, – The Shaker spiritual book, N.Y.: Richard. The Shaker Spiritual. A History, Religion, Music book. The largest and most balanced collection of its type to date, this volume presents songs from the Shaker repertory. In addition, it features quotes from interviews and unpublished diaries, numerous photographs of Shaker singers and villages, reconstructions and diagrams of nearly It is common to identify all Shaker music as being "Traditional." That is inaccurate.
Many of the Shaker spirituals are credited to Shaker brethren and sisters and sometimes both are credited for a single Shaker spiritual, such as the beautiful early Shaker hymn, "The Humble Heart," from the Harvard Shaker community in Massachusetts.
Not true. Daniel Patterson in his book, The Shaker Spiritual, first published in (not as indicated in the CD notes), provides The Shaker spiritual book short biographical sketch on Patsy, a former black slave from North Carolina, who lived the remainder of her life as a Shaker sister in Kentucky and died in The performance is copied almost verbatim.
We are offering THE SHAKER SPIRITUAL By Daniel W. Patterson; Princeton University Press. Princeton, New Jersey. () This book is hard-bound in light blue cloth with dark blue stamping to The Shaker spiritual book upper cover and spine, in a dust jacket with some light scuffing and soiling and light edge-wear.
The covers show some light scuffing. The binding is Seller Rating: % positive. On this day inthe Shakers in Harvard reported a spiritual visit by their long-dead founder Mother Ann, Holy Angels, and ancient Saints and departed spirits.
Shaker communities across New England were receiving such strange manifestations, called Mother Ann's Work. This brief period of intense spiritualism. Dancing was a key expression of Shaker spirituality, and was often described as a spiritual and physical means through which the Believers could shake off their sins.
The Shakers were not alone in the use of dance as a mode of worship, as many of the other world’s religions incorporate the practice of dance into their rituals. In addition, it features quotes from interviews and unpublished diaries, numerous photographs of Shaker singers and villages, reconstructions and diagrams of nearly 20 Shaker dances and marches, a checklist of Shaker song manuscripts, and a survey of British antecedents of the American folk : Daniel W.
Patterson. The Shaker Spiritual. Daniel W. Patterson. As an important part of the book, he provides checklists of Shaker song manuscripts and additional manuscripts cited, which he very sensibly arranges in terms of the nineteen villages that formed the Shaker confederation.
The checklists themselves cover song manuscripts with between 8, The Shaker Spiritual by Daniel W. Patterson A readable copy. All pages are intact, and the cover is intact. Pages can include considerable notes-in. - Explore charles's board "Shaker Spiritual Drawings", followed by people on Pinterest.
See more ideas about Spiritual drawings, Gift drawing and Spirit drawing pins. The following reading list of books and publications includes books that are out of print and only available through public libraries.
Books marked with an asterisk (*) are available for sale at the Hancock Shaker Village Museum Store. The Shaker Spiritual. The Complete Book. Or this is one I might have used in my Christmas Shaker book. “Man is a harp with a thousand strings.
Touch the spiritual cord of his heart, and lo, with what inspiration he sings!” A reader did the graphic up top with a quote she pulled from my book The Innocent.
When she first sent it to me, I wondered, at first, where she got the quote. Shaker is a crime story told from multiple perspectives including a hitman, a violent cop struggling to control her anger, Frank, who adapted Lawrence Block’s A Walk Among the Tombstones for the big screen (and who bludgeoned out all of that novel’s nuance and depth as if he was hammering out dents in a ’96 Honda at a collision auto body /5.
The greatest example of such influence is Shaker furniture. The Shaker movement reached its height during the s, when about 6, members were enrolled in the church. It later declined, however, because of changes in spiritual needs and the church’s insistence on celibacy and its opposition to childbearing.
Books shelved as shakers: The Outsider by Ann H. Gabhart, A Simple Murder by Eleanor Kuhns, The Visionist by Rachel Urquhart, Like the Willow Tree: The D. The Shaker Spiritual (review) The Shaker Spiritual (review) Wolford, John Brenton Journal of American Folklore () edited and updated to form a coherent whole.
Both editors have long experience in their respective fields: Atkinson's writing on the traditional narrative song is complemented by Russell's work on "full" repertoires, including. Gabrielle Hope and her mother joined the Harmony Hill Shaker community in The community promised stability and devotion that Gabrielle wholeheartedly embraced.
But when a local doctor must be brought into Harmony Hill from the outside, he sets into motion a chain of events that will challenge Gabrielles loyalty to the Shakers. As she falls deeper into a /5(32). Finding Aid to Shaker Collection, This collection of manuscripts and publications touches all aspects of the Shaker way of life.
In addition to the better known Shaker principles – celibacy and separation from the world – it also includes information on their beliefs and actions regarding pacifism, charitableness, equality of sexes, and sanctity of labor. The Shaker community at Enfield, Connecticut, lasted from to Shaker founder Mother Ann Lee gathered converts there, and her successor Father Joseph Whittaker ministered to them before he died there in This is the first book devoted to telling the year story of this relatively unknown celibate Christian community.
Rebecca Manley Pippert is an internationally known speaker who regularly lectures on spiritual renewal, evangelism, and character formation for church conferences, at schools and colleges, and in pastoral training seminars.
She has also written. Over the years, Ms. LeCompte, a founding member of the Wooster Group, an avant-garde theater collective, would occasionally listen to the album, “Early Shaker Spirituals,” for reasons she can.
Her work—in the form of an autobiography, several biographies, visions and spirit messages, oral histories, hymn collections, and a web of correspondence with other Shakers and the outside world—provides a unique opportunity to study both this interrelationship between gender, spirituality, and female empowerment in Shaker communities and Cited by: 1.
Crosthwaite Writes on Shaker Spiritual Notices An Shaker spiritual notice from "Holy Mother Wisdom" to Eldress Ruth Landon, copied and illustrated by Eleanor Potter In the mid-nineteenth century, young Shakers often went into trances during which they believed themselves to be conduits of divine messages.
Shaker-made furnishings are beautiful, functional and unostentatious. Shaker inventions include the circular saw, the clothespin, the modern broom, and many other items we still use today. Conclusion: Theologically, the Shakers are a legalistic cult developed by a deceived, emotionally wounded woman.
The Shakers is a theological presentation of Shaker spirituality. Only recently has there been any attempt to make Shaker writings and archives generally available through publication.
This volume is the first instance of a substantive theological study of the sources. Suggested further reading: Daniel W. Patterson, The Shaker Spiritual (Princeton, ). Regular contributions by Roger Hall to the periodical The Shaker Messenger.
Notes on the Songs. JC indicates a note by Joel Cohen; FC. a note by Sister Frances Carr I. Followers of the Lamb. Come life, Shaker life Elder Issachar Bates ().
spiritual by Sister Lillian Phelps Binder 4: Misc. Music Pages and Content from The Shaker Manifesto Box 7: Shaker Music Research: File Size: 1MB. Out of the Saltshaker is more than ever a rare book--one that is both fun and deep, light and life changing.
Author Bio Pippert is an internationally known speaker who regularly lectures on spiritual renewal, evangelism and character formation for church conferences, at schools and colleges and in pastoral training seminars.5/5(2). A number of our Spiritual Book Club members are interested in Native American Spirituality.
We've read Frank Fools Crow's book "Green Pipe Dancers" and LeAnne Howe's "Shell Shakers." This book, is our November book, since November is Native American Indian Heritage month in the U.S.
For a detailed account of Shaker music, see Daniel Patterson’s excellent book “The Shaker Spiritual.” for more information on the Shakers in general, Please visit the website of Sabbathday Lake Shaker Village. 1 Aug - artworks were most commonly executed by “instruments,” inspired persons who received them in dreams or trances or states in which spirits possessed and acted in their bodies.
Often the gift came from someone in the spirit world for the instrument or someone else still living in the community.
Instruments rarely signed their works, 24 pins. The action in this debut novel alternates betweenas a Choctaw family prepares for war against the English, and the s, as their Oklahoma descendants, the Billys, fight a Mafia takeover of the tribe's casino.
In trouble with the law and in the fight of their lives, the Billy women must find a way, as their ancestors did, to join forces against a devious foe. Humor. Classes are looking to what the Shaker’s did for inspiration, but not necessarily trying to replicate or reenact the exact Shaker experience.
For example, the painting class this week is looking at Shaker gift drawings. Shaker gift drawings are a particular spiritual occurrence that happened for 15 years in Shaker communities. Shaker furniture has long stood as an icon of American functionalism, but it's also deeply connected to newly revitalized spiritual ideas.
and amplified by Kyle Chayka’s buzzy new book. use the following search parameters to narrow your results: subreddit:subreddit find submissions in "subreddit" author:username find submissions by "username" site: find submissions from "".Shaker Music - a collection of original Christian songs and hymns with sheet music and PDF gift drawings and gift songs inspired by spiritual revelations.
At its peak in the midth century, there were 6, Shaker believers. & PDF also with a book of sheet music for download. The talented bartender and bar director of the Broken Shaker in L.A.’s Freehand Hotel, tackles our speed round of questions. Half Full Editor.
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