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Nothing superfluous

Nothing superfluous

an operatic farce in one act

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Published by Printed and published by J. Duncombe in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Musicals -- Librettos

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Pelham Thompson.
    GenreLibrettos.
    SeriesEnglish and American drama of the nineteenth century
    ContributionsLee, George Alexander, 1802-1851.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination22 p.
    Number of Pages22
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17809347M
    OCLC/WorldCa9259029

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Book review: Nothing Superfluous A reader graciously sent us a book -- a while ago -- that we know through reputation of both the book itself and the priestly author is well worth the read: "Nothing Superfluous: An Explanation of the Symbolism of the Rite of St.

Gregory the Great." Due to personal commitments we have not been able to read the book. I found this book to be very thorough in explaining every little detail.

The prayers, the music, the parts of the Mass, Holy Scripture Reading, every detail examined and explained and explained.

As I read the book I was fascinated. There was so much to take in. I knew as soon as I finished reading Nothing Superfluous, I would read it again /5(44).

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Jackson reveals the rich theological meaning behind the art, architecture, words and gestures of the Latin Mass - aka the Traditional Mass, the Mass of St. Gregory, the "Extraordinary Form" of the Roman Rite, the Vetus Ordo.

Highly readable, even prayerful - and a beautiful introduction for those looking to delve into the mystical signification of the rites. The Lubavitcher Rebbe explains that everything in the Mishkan served a purpose; there were no extraneous components.

The same can be said regarding these wagons; if there would be even one more wagon or one more cow, they would be superfluous. Yes, they might have made the job of the Levites less stressful.

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But the Word is the one Shepherd of things rational which may have an appearance of discord to those who have not ears to hear, but are truly at perfect concord.