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“Among the works composed by Chopin in 1837 was one of the Variations on the March from I Puritani, which were published under the title Hexameron: Morceau de Concert.”
“Hexameron", or work on the six days of creation, which is divided into seven treatises, and which opens with a dialogue between the author and Constantine, one of his disciples.”
“St. Gregory of Nyssa on the creation of man and the "Hexameron" of”
“A manuscript copy of his "Hexameron", or treatise on the six days of creation in five books with a curious geographical drawing, is one of the treasures in the Bibliotheque Nationale in”
“Only I should prefer to play the "Hexameron" last, so as to finish with orchestra.”
“In his translation of Basil's Hexameron (also a later work), for example, Aelfric says that on the fifth day, God created fish, whales, and birds, but resigns the "creopendan wyrmas" ( "creeping reptiles") to the sixth day.”
“Bonaventure delivered his magisterial Collations on the Hexameron (Collationes in Hexaemeron).”
“In the time of Tsar Simeon, himself an author, considerable literary activity prevailed; among the more remarkable works of this period was the _Shestodnev_, or Hexameron, of John the exarch, an account of the creation.”
“Then he pointed out the _Hexameron_ of Torquemada and the _Tableau de l'Inconstance des Démons_, by Delancre; he drew his finger down the leather back of Delrio's _Disquisitiones Magicae_ and set upright the”
“Collationes in Hexameron" is a work of the same kind, but its title, which did not originate with Bonaventure, is somewhat misleading.”
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