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King Herod and the cock.

Britten, Benjamin

King Herod and the cock.

For unison voices and piano arr. by Benjamin Britten. [Melody and words collected by Cecil Sharp.]

by Britten, Benjamin

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Published by Boosey & Hawkes in [London] .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Choruses, Sacred (Unison) with piano.,
  • Christmas music.

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsM2101.5 B75 K5
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21041716M

    Herod Agrippa, also known as Herod or Agrippa I (Hebrew: אגריפס ‎; 11 BC – 44 AD), was a King of Judea from 41 to 44 AD. He was the last ruler with the royal title reigning over Judea and the father of Herod Agrippa II, the last king from the Herodian grandson of Herod the Great and son of Aristobulus IV and Berenice, He is the king named Herod in the Acts of the Apostles.   Herod I (c. 74/73 BCE – 4 BCE/1 CE), also known as Herod the Great, was the King of Judea from 37 to 4 BC. At the time Judea was a client state of Rome. During his 33 year reign, Herod was an excellent he is most famous for the Bible account of his killing the boys of Bethlehem.. While this massacre of innocents is not confirmed by other historical records, Herod did .

      Actually, Herod Agrippa wasn’t “King since 10 B.C.” he was born in 10 B.C. (His life story is quite interesting.) He wasn’t given the title ‘King’ and the whole of Judea to rule until 41 AD – just 3 years before this time. Sometime in that period, he moved to Jerusalem and lived there exclusively. Also becoming quite the pious. View the Product: King Herod and The Cock - () Unison Voices and Piano, Series: Boosey & Hawkes Sacred Choral, Voicing: Unison, Contributors: Cecil SharpBenjamin Britten.

    Herod the Great (Bible History Online)Herod the Great "in the days of Herod the king" - Matthew Herod the Great - A Brief Overview Click on the Picture. Herod I (the Great) was son of Antipater and made king by the Romans in 40 B.C. He managed to keep hold of his throne in the face of the many changes in the government at Rome. Herod Antipater (Greek: Ἡρῴδης Ἀντίπατρος, Hērǭdēs Antipatros; born before 20 BC – died after 39 AD), known by the nickname Antipas, was a 1st-century ruler of Galilee and Perea, who bore the title of tetrarch ("ruler of a quarter") and is referred to as both "Herod the Tetrarch" and "King Herod" in the New Testament, although he never held the title of king.


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Herod I (/ ˈ h ɛr ə d /; Hebrew: הוֹרְדוֹס, Modern: Hordos, Tiberian: Hōreḏōs; Greek: Ἡρῴδης Hērǭdēs; c. 73–4 BCE), also known as Herod the Great, was a Roman client king of Judea, referred to as the Herodian history of his legacy has polarized opinion, as he is known for his colossal building projects throughout Judea, including his renovation of the Father: Antipater the Idumaean.

King's Shadow (The Silent Years Book #4): A Novel of King Herod's Court. by Angela Hunt out of 5 stars Kindle $ $ 9. 99 $ $ Audible Audiobook $ $ 0. 00 $ $ Free with Audible trial. Paperback $ $ 52 $ $ Get it as soon as Fri, Nov. And in King Herod's chamber So bright it did shine there.

The Wise Men they soon spied it, And told the King a-nigh That a Princely Babe was born that night, No King shall e'er destroy.

If this be the truth, King Herod said, That thou hast told to me, The roasted cock. Herod was a schemer who took advantage of Roman political unrest to claw his way to the top. During a civil war in the Empire, Herod won the favor of Octavian, who later became the Roman emperor Augustus he was king, Herod launched an ambitious building program, both in Jerusalem and the spectacular port city of Caesarea, named after the emperor.

> The Watersons > Songs > Herod and the Cock > John Kirkpatrick > Songs > King Herod and the Cock Herod and the Cock / King Pharim [ Roud ; Child 55; Ballad Index C; VWML CJS2/10/, LEB/2/6/2, RoudFS/S; trad.] The Watersons sang Herod and the Cock in on their first LP Frost and was also included in on the Topic CD sampler The Season Round.

Herod “the Great” ruled as king of the Jews under Roman authority for thirty-three years, from 37–4 BC. It is this Herod who appears in the account of Jesus’ birth (Matt. –19; Luke ). From the start, King Herod and the cock.

book proved to be an extraordinary political survivor. When civil war broke out in Rome between Mark Antony and Octavian, Herod. Married his niece, Salome, the daughter of Herodias (Herod Antipas’s wife-of-sin).

Herod Agrippa I (ruled A.D. [ in Judea]) Grandson of Herod the Great and nephew of Herodias, Herod Antipas’s wife. Eventually ended up ruling over even more territory than did his grandfather, Herod.

1. ⁠ There was a star in David's land, ⁠ In David's land appeared; ⁠ And in King Herod's chamber ⁠ So bright it did shine there. ⁠ The Wise Men they soon spi-ed it, ⁠ And told the King a-nigh ⁠ That a Princely Babe was born that night, ⁠ No King shall e'er destroy. ⁠ If this be the truth, King Herod said, ⁠ That thou hast told to me, ⁠ The roasted cock that lies in.

Herod, Roman-appointed king of Judea ( BCE), who built many fortresses, aqueducts, theaters, and other public buildings but who was the center of political and family intrigues in his later years.

The New Testament portrays him as a tyrant, into whose kingdom Jesus of Nazareth was born. 50+ videos Play all Mix - King Herod and the Cock YouTube Greensleeves in an arrangement by Allan Alexander - lute and viol - Duration: Ernst's Early Music 2, views.

And told the King a-nigh That a Princely Babe was born that night, No King shall e’er destroy. If this be the truth, King Herod said, That thou hast told to me, The roasted cock that lies in the disk Shall crow full senses three. O the cock soon thrusted and feathered well, By the work of God’s own hand, And he did crow full senses three.

The book actually goes beyond Herod’s reign to the reign of his great grandson, Marcus Julius Agrippa: 'the last king of the Herodian dynasty and the last king of the Jews though he never became king of Judaea.' There is a bibliography, notes and an index.

The book will be enjoyed by anyone who likes to read about classical antiquity/5(16). When the Wise Men told King Herod who they were seeking (Matt ) King Herod likely didn’t want to worship Him but actually wanted to have him killed so the wise men, being warned in a dream, didn’t come back to report to King Herod where this King was at so they just left after leaving their gifts and worshiping Him (Matt ).

Herod was the king whom the Magi visited. He ordered the slaughter of the innocents at Bethlehem. When Herod realized that he had been outwitted by the Magi, he was furious, and he gave orders to kill all the boys in Bethlehem and its vicinity who were two years old and under, in accordance with the time he had learned from the Magi (Matthew 2.

Into King Herod's chamber, And brightly it shined there. The Wise Men soon espied it, And told the king on high A princely babe was born that night, No king could e'er destroy.

'If this be true,' King Herod said, 'As thou hast told to me, This roasted cock. Book:Life of Jesus: In the New Testament, the Massacre of the Innocents is the incident in the nativity narrative of the Gospel of Matthew (–18) in which Herod the Great, king of Judea, orders the execution of all male children two years old and under in the vicinity of Bethlehem.

King Herod and the Cock Christmas Carol. There was a star in David's land, In David's land appeared; And in King Herod's chamber So bright it did shine there. The Wise Men they soon spied it, And told the King a-nigh That a Princely Babe was born that night, No King shall e'er destroy.

If this be the truth, King Herod said, That thou. Herod Philip, tetrarch of the region of Ituraea and Trachonitis, appears only in Luke Herod Agrippa I appears in the book of Acts (Acts ) and Herod Agrippa II appears near the end of Acts (Acts ). The Acts 25 account in the NASB refers to Herod Agrippa II using just the name Agrippa.

This Herod also tried to enlist the wise men to reveal the whereabouts of the baby Jesus. According to Jewish historians, this first Herod, also called Herod the Ascalonite, was the son of Antipater, a friend and deputy of King Hyrcanus. He was made king in the room of Hyrcanus his master by the senate of Rome.

XII. (1) Herod the king. —The previous life of this prince had been full of strange vicissitudes. The son of Aristobulus and Bernice, grandson of Herod the Great, brother of the Herodias who appears in the Gospel history, named after the statesman who was the chief minister of Augustus, he had been sent, after his father had fallen a victim (B.C.

6) to his grandfather’s suspicions, to Rome. King Herod the Great, originally appointed by the Roman Senate, ruled Judea for decades from 37 B.C.E. until his death in 4 C.E. Though he spawned a dynasty, including four descendants who appeared in the New Testament of the Bible, his greatest personal impact may have been the grandiose architectural projects he conducted, from the many palace-fortresses he constructed throughout .Now Herod was angry with the people of Tyre and Sidon, and they came to him with one accord, and having persuaded Blastus, the king's chamberlain, they asked for peace, because their country depended on the king's country for food.

On an appointed day Herod put on his royal robes, took his seat upon the throne, and delivered an oration to them.King Herod arrested some who belonged to the church, intending to persecute them. He had James, the brother of John, put to death with the sword.

When he saw that this pleased the Jews, he.