A Perfect Union of Contrary ThingsA Perfect Union of Contrary Things



The book also features a foreword by Alex Grey, an American visionary artist and longtime friend of Keenan. Accompanying the text are photos of Keenan from childhood to the present.

Author: Maynard James Keenan

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield

ISBN: 9781495082900

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Page: 320

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A Perfect Union of Contrary Things is the authorized biography of musician and vintner Maynard James Keenan. Co-author Sarah Jensen's 30-year friendship with Keenan gives her unique insight into his history and career trajectory. The book traces Keenan's journey from his Midwest childhood to his years in the Army to his time in art school, from his stint at a Boston pet shop to his place in the international spotlight and his influence on contemporary music and regional winemaking. A comprehensive portrayal of a versatile and dedicated artist, A Perfect Union of Contrary Things pays homage to the people and places that shaped the man and his art. Until now, Maynard's fans have had access to only an abridged version of his story. A Perfect Union of Contrary Things presents the outtakes, the scenes of disappointment and triumph, and the events that led him to take one step after the next, to change direction, to explore sometimes surprising opportunities. Included are sidebars in his own words, often humorous anecdotes that illuminate the narrative, as well as commentary by his family members, friends, instructors, and industry colleagues. The book also features a foreword by Alex Grey, an American visionary artist and longtime friend of Keenan. Accompanying the text are photos of Keenan from childhood to the present. Maynard's story is a metaphor for the reader's own evolution and an encouragement to follow one's dreams, hold fast to individual integrity, and work ceaselessly to fulfill our creative potential.
Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book. Sample Book Insights: #1 Spirito and Clementina’s marriage was strong, and they had two children. But in America, they believed, lay their fortune. They arrived in Leetonia, Pennsylvania, in 1902, and Spirito took what work he could at the remaining mills and the logging sites. #2 Mike took a job at Indian Lake High School, and the family moved into a house with flower beds and vegetable plots. Judith did her best to mask the smell of the pigsty out back. #3 Jim’s childhood was spent moving from house to house with his mother, who worked for the government. He had a set of toy guns and a Spirograph, and he spent his time playing with them or reading books. His friends were the boys in his neighborhood, who became his friends because they had to spend time together. #4 Jim’s house was a base camp for exploration and invention. The small terrace surrounding the recessed flower bed in the side yard made a fine cockpit for a boy perched on the top step, the flagpole rising from the middle of the garden a perfect propeller post.

Paradigms in Medieval Thought Applications in Medieval DisciplinesParadigms in Medieval Thought Applications in Medieval Disciplines



... in Boethius ' Principles of Music18 ) , Theon writes : The Pythagoreans , whose feelings Plato often adopted , also define music as the perfect union of contrary things , unity within multiplicity , even accord within discord .

Author: California State University, Northridge

Publisher:

ISBN: UVA:X002040066

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Page: 228

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This collection of symposium papers deals with patterns of medieval thought and their applications in several disciplines, including algebra, music, aesthetics, and philosophy.

The Idea of MusicThe Idea of Music



For this understanding of consonancy Theon goes to the Pythagoreans ( 2.1 ) , who define music as the “ perfect union of contrary things , unity within multiplicity , even accord within discord . ” It is God's great work abstractly and ...

Author: Herbert M. Schueller

Publisher: Western Michigan Univ Medieval

ISBN: UOM:39015013630697

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Page: 544

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Music has long been neglected by aestheticians, who tend to privilege discussions of visual arts and literature. In this volume, Herbert M. Schueller brings the aesthetics of music into the fold, tracing the development of the idea from classical antiquity through the medieval period. He writes in a manner accessible to scholars whose specialties lie outside of technical music theory, keeping in mind especially the aesthetician but also general medieval scholars, and even the general reader.

A More Perfect UnionA More Perfect Union



Among other things , tapping cinder from the cupolas was thought of , and decided upon . ... with a very few exceptions , they were not even skilled rolling - mill men , but on the contrary were selected from intelligent laborers .

Author: Paul F. Boller

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin

ISBN: 0395591724

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Page: 340

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This reader "presents students with the original words of speeches and testimony, political and legal writings, and literature that have reflected, precipitated, and implemented pivotal events of the past four centuries"--Preface.

A More Perfect Union To 1877A More Perfect Union To 1877



The hearts of multitudes have been greatly taken off from the things of the world , its profits , pleasures and ... what is contrary to the mind and will of God , that they may avoid it , and what he requires of them , that they may do ...

Author: Paul F. Boller

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin College Division

ISBN: 0395959586

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Page: 239

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This reader provides a wealth of political and diplomatic primary source documents, including many selections illustrated with photographs. Each document is preceded by a headnote that places the document within a historical context. Headnotes conclude with "Questions to Consider, which stimulate comprehension of the document and comparative analysis of related selections.