...chotz: that music with which an Eisel surrounds himself, to project his mood, or to present an ideal version of his personality... The 'personal music' is produced by an ingenious mechanism programmed, not by musicians, but by musicologists
--so, the word chotz
appears ten times. As in ..Jubal, becoming aware of the now irrelevant chotz, in irritation switched to
Far Clouds in Stately Formation. The chotz setting Far Clouds in Stately Formation
appears but once. Mordant
appears 23 times, Cognomen
, eight. Put in Emphyrio
and one finds that it appears 70 times and thus--Too many results (more than 50). Your question is nuncupatory. Please refine your query...
appears 65 times to the same response. Totality - 'The Vance Vocabulary Search Tool'
You will be given 500 sols to begin with--use them wisely. [more inside]
The things I like best about Michael Taft's Prewar Blues Lyrics Concordance
, a subsection of T. G. Lindh's Web Concordances of Pre-War Blue Lyrics and Bob Dylan Lyrics
, are the listings of the lyrics by singer: A - C
, D - H
, J - L
, M - R
and S - Y
. And the nice thing about the blues lyrics is you don't need to ask for a log in and password. It 's all right there. Explore and enjoy. [more inside]
IntraText Digital Library
- a few thousand texts in English
and many other languages
in a heavily hyperlinked concordance format.
The Man Who Unwrote the Bible.
In the mid-1720s, Alexander Cruden
took on a self-imposed task of Herculean proportions: he decided to compile the most thorough concordance of the King James Version
of the Bible
(777,746 words). The first edition of Cruden's Concordance
was published in 1737. Every similar undertaking before or since has been the work of a vast team of people. Cruden worked alone in his lodgings, writing the whole thing out by hand. Cruden's day job was as a "Corrector of the Press" (proofreader). He would give hawk-eyed attention to prose all day long. Then he would come home at night to read the Bible—stopping at every single word to secure the right sheet from the tens of thousands of pieces of paper all around him and to record accurately the reference in its appropriate place. He had no patron, no publisher, no financial backers: his only commission was a divine one.
has never been out of print. A new book
tells the tale of Alexander the Corrector's bizarre, sad life (scroll down to about half page)