Frederick Delius (1862-1934)

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Written by Nurel Javissyarqi
Translated by Agus B. Harianto

Fritz Theodor Albert Delius was born in Bradford, Yorkshire, England January 29, 1862, and his parents from Bielefeld, Germany. He learnt to play violin and piano until be expert before his teenager. He went to Bradford Grammar School (1874-1878), two years in the International College London, an apprentice in his father’s business. March 1884, he persuaded his father to his cultivation of oranges in Florida, United States. At there, he played the piano and found a local source of theory to learn for, and an organ Jacksonville named Thomas Ward influenced him. He absorbed the song of Negro workers, documented in Florida Suite (1886-1887). Just one and a half years left before he went to Danville, Virginia confidently to teach music. Followed his son to go to music school, and listed his son in the Leipzig Conservatorium, where Delius had ever studied (1886-1888). To Paris almost a decade, moving from small-scale writing of instrumental music, opera, orchestral pieces of Irmelin opera (1890-1892), The Magic Fountain (1894-1895), Koanga (1895-1897). Bigger scale of orchestra with solo voice, Paa Viderne (1888), Sakuntala (1889), Maud (1891), and in 1889 he finished symphonic poem Life’s Dance (first version). The eclecticism of the works is proved by his inspiration from English literature, Norwegian, Danish, German, French, Middle Ages, North American Indians and Negros, Florida landscaping and mountainscape of Scandinavia. With all his incredible work had done, More

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1927, Tagore and Pablo Neruda Met in Java

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Written by Nurel Javissyarqi
Translated by Agus B. Harianto

Poem entitled Kepada Tanah Jawa (To the land of Java), as proof of Rabindranath Tagore (May, 7, 1861, to August, 7, 1941) at 1927, in his 66 years old, long after he got the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1913, was visiting in the land of Java.

On page 357, exactly subtitles, Hubungan Kita dengan Rabindranath Tagore (Our Relationship with Rabindranath Tagore), Ki Hajar Dewantara in his book, part II A: Kebudayaan (Culture) (published by Majelis Luhur Persatuan Taman Siswa, 1967), says that in 1927, the poet Rabindranath Tagore visited the college Mataram, Jogjakarya. More

Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822)

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Written by Nurel Javissyarqi
Translated by Agus  B. Harianto

Percy Bysshe Shelley (August 4, 1792 – July 8, 1822), English poet born in Field Place (Sussex) and died in Spizzia (Italy). Secondary school at Eton, and he entered the University of Oxford (soon after he expelled in the matter of his pamphlet The Necessity of Atheism, 1811). The experiences at Eton and reading of skeptical philosophers books in Oxford, had embedded resentment against all oppression. He went to London and met Harriet Westbook and then got married, long after he moved to Ireland to propagate the ideology of Shelley about liberty, and after that he lived in London. He met William Godwin whom extremely more closely anarchist ideals and influenced by Mary (son of Godwin). In 1814, Shelley and Mary went to Switzerland, and when got back to the UK he created Alastor, platonic love poems. Before this work, previously he wrote Queen Mab, a revolutionary poem that combined on atheist ideals engendered the public hatred; more revolutionary is The Revolt of Islam, and The Mask of Anarchy. In 1816, More

STAR OF BETHLEHEM

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By Danarto
Translated by Agus B. Harianto

At a chalk hill which is all around growth by date tree in Town of Jericho, Palestine, three child seem suddenly discontinued their game which at beginning those children were chasing each other. Those three children, each were about twelve years old, were staring at to space. There was something in the sky too interesting in order to be paid attention. A remarkable object was level of, precisely giant stone block, gold color wrapped by orange, was wafting slowly from east direction to the west. A lump of light was more bright than sunshine.

Stone giant block was sparkling as surface of lake that transmitting its light condensed was– sometime the light melted diametrically stuck to the earth — interesting those three children to follow it. Those three children, whatever their name, let us just mention: Aaron, Alan, and Ahmed, at the same time they were continuously pointing their head upward, More

Saga of Creese Gandring and the Murdered of Tunggulametung

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Written by Nurel Javissyarqi
Translated by Agus B. Harianto

At the dark night, there was no stars even one or the beauty face of the moon. Ken Angrok with his knight body was riding on black horse, broke through the nature of without shadow. He Attacked forward without any doubt, along with animal’s neigh. Scared to mob of wolf that was usually piercing on the old lime hill. More

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