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John Stainer's The Crucifixion ( 1887 ) became the stereotypical battlehorse of massed amateur choral societies.
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John and Stainer's
In the 19th century, with the exception of John Stainer's The Crucifixion ( 1887 ), Passion settings were less popular, but in the 20th century, they have again come into fashion.
The versions compared below are taken from the New English Hymnal ( 1986 ) ( which is the version used in Henry Ramsden Bramley and John Stainer's, Carols, New and Old ), Ralph Dunstan's gallery version in the Cornish Songbook ( 1929 ) and Rev.
John and Crucifixion
* February – Page with Crucifixion, from the " Rabbula Gospels ", from Monastery of Saint John the Evangelist in Beth Zagba, Syria, is completed.
Bede explains how each of the four Evangelists was represented by their own symbol: Matthew was the man, representing the human Christ, Mark was the lion, symbolizing the triumphant Christ of the Resurrection, Luke was the calf, symbolizing the sacrificial victim of the Crucifixion, and John was the eagle, symbolizing Christ ’ s second coming ( The British Library Board ).
To the right, the Conception, Crucifixion and Resurrection symbolize redemption, and this is duly impressed on Adam by John the Baptist.
In 1998, John Windsor in The Independent said that the work of the YBAs seemed tame compared with that of the " shock art " of the 1970s, including " kinky outrages " at the Nicholas Treadwell Gallery, amongst which were a " hanging, anatomically detailed leather straitjacket, complete with genitals ", titled Pink Crucifixion, by Mandy Havers.
John Calvin presented the same Christological view of " The Lamb as the agent of God " by arguing that in his trial before Pilate and while at Herod's Court Jesus could have argued for his innocence, but instead remained mostly quiet and submitted to Crucifixion in obedience to the Father, for he knew his role as the Lamb of God.
Sir John Stainer ( 6 June 1840 – 31 March 1901 ) was an English composer and organist whose music, though not generally much performed today ( with the exception of The Crucifixion, still heard at Passiontide in many Protestant churches of the former British Empire ), was very popular during his lifetime.
Some critics would later complain that the large cast distracted from the solemnity, notably in the appearance of John Wayne as the Roman centurion who comments on the Crucifixion by stating: “ Truly this man was the son of God .”
Madonna of the Sunsets below the Crucifixion in a painted frame is the Madonna and Child, Saint John the Evangelist, and Saint Francis.
betrayal of Jesus by Judas ; Peter denying Christ and repenting of it ; the judgment of Jesus by Pilate (“ Ecce Homo ”); the Johannine Passion Narrative ( John 18-19 ; including the Agony in the Garden ); the Carrying of the Cross ; the Crucifixion of Christ ( Laurence Olivier's Nicodemus recites the “ Suffering Servant ” passage 53: 3-5 as he looks helplessly on the crucified Messiah ); the discovery of the empty tomb ; and an appearance of the Risen Christ to his Disciples.
It was dipped in vinegar ( or in some translations sour wine ) and offered to Christ to drink during the Crucifixion, according to Matthew 27: 48 ; Mark 15: 36 ; and John 19: 29.
The Apostolic Age of the history of Christianity is traditionally the period of the Twelve Apostles, dating from the Crucifixion of Jesus ( c. 30-33 ) and the Great Commission in Jerusalem until the death of John the Apostle ( c. 115 ) in Anatolia.
A Crucifixion, with eight scenes from the New Testament, is shown as his in the cathedral, a Christ in Judgment, with Mary and John, and the Resurrection of Souls in the town-hall of Nördlingen.
Just as the Gospel of John proclaims the universal relevance of the Incarnation of Jesus as Logos, the Pauline view emphasizes the cosmic view that his birth, Crucifixion and Resurrection brought forth a new man and a new world.
Only two of the fully decorated pages survive: a Crucifixion ( the oldest in English art ) and the initial to John, and both of these are in poor condition.
* Crucifixion with the Virgin and St. John, fresco in the church of Santa Maria della Misericordia, Spello ( 1562 )
The main altar --" The Silver Altar "-- is a wooden triptych with an ebony veneer with sculptured reliefs in silver in ascending order of the Last Supper on the predella ; a large depiction of the Crucifixion of Christ between silver statues of Moses and John the Baptist in niches with small silver columns on either side ; of the Burial of Christ ( between silver statues of the evangelists Matthew and Mark ; of Christ's Harrowing of Hell ( between statues of the evangelists John and Luke ; and on the pediment at top of the triptych, a silver statue of the Risen Christ between two reclining soldiers.
However this masterpiece of Christian symbolism had two serious weak points: historical inaccuracy surrounding the date of Resurrection as determined by its Easter computus, and its contradiction to the chronology of the Gospel of St John regarding the date of the Crucifixion on Friday after the Passover.
According to the legend: " after the Crucifixion, when Our Lady moved to the home of St. John, she took with her a few personal belongings -- among which was a table built by the Redeemer in the workshop of St. Joseph.
Below this is the Healing of the man born blind from John 9: 1, inscribed: " Et praeteriens vidit hominem caecum a natibitate et sanavit eum ab infirmitate ," the Annunciation (" Et ingressus angelus ad eam dixit ave gratia plena dominus tecum benedicta tu in mulieribus "-Luke 1: 28 ) and the Crucifixion, which on stylistic grounds is considered to have been added at a considerably later period.
The central panel has a Crucifixion with the Virgin Mary and Saint John the Evangelist standing beside the cross, with the sun and the moon above the cross.
* The Crucifixion with the Virgin and St John ( ter Brugghen ), ( c. 1625 ), Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
John and 1887
After 1890 came philosopher Josiah Royce ( 1855 – 1916 ), botanist Liberty Hyde Bailey ( 1858 – 1954 ), the Southern Agrarians of the 1920s and 1930s, novelist John Steinbeck ( 1902 – 1968 ), historian A. Whitney Griswold ( 1906 – 1963 ), environmentalist Aldo Leopold ( 1887 – 1948 ), Ralph Borsodi ( 1886 – 1977 ), and present-day authors Wendell Berry ( b. 1934 ), Gene Logsdon ( b. 1932 ), Paul Thompson, and Allan C. Carlson ( b. 1949 ).
The first real geographical intellect to emerge in United Kingdom geography was Halford John Mackinder, appointed reader at Oxford University in 1887.
John van Melle ( 11 February 1887 – 8 November 1953 ) was the pen name of a Dutch-born South African author.
* John Robert Brown ( Virginia politician ) ( 1842 – 1927 ), U. S. representative ( R-VA, 1887 – 1889 )
Tubman ( far left ), with Davis ( seated, with cane ), their adopted daughter Gertie ( beside Tubman ), Lee Cheney, John " Pop " Alexander, Walter Green, Blind " Aunty " Sarah Parker, and great-niece, Dora Stewart at Tubman's home in Auburn, New York circa 1887
They had three children together: John Philip, Jr. ( April 1, 1881 – May 18, 1937 ), Jane Priscilla ( August 7, 1882 – October 28, 1958 ), and Helen ( January 21, 1887 – October 14, 1975 ).
Clay and his wife had eleven children ( six daughters and five sons ): Henrietta ( 1800 – 1801 ), Theodore ( 1802 – 1870 ), Thomas ( 1803 – 1871 ), Susan ( 1805 – 1825 ), Anne ( 1807 – 1835 ), Lucretia ( 1809 – 1823 ), Henry, Jr .( 1811 – 1847 ), Eliza ( 1813 – 1825 ), Laura ( 1815 – 1817 ), James Brown ( 1817 – 1864 ), and John ( 1821 – 1887 ).
In June 1887 the St John Ambulance Brigade was established to provide first aid and ambulance services at public events in London.
The first practical pneumatic tire was made by John Boyd Dunlop while working as a veterinarian in May Street, Belfast, Ireland in 1887 for his son's bicycle, in an effort to prevent the headaches his son had while riding on rough roads ( Dunlop's patent was later declared invalid because of prior art by fellow Scot Robert William Thomson ).
In 1887, John Weston and Frank Mondell found rich coal deposits north of Newcastle which caused a railroad to be built through the area.