Book/Printed Material A discourse on dancing delivered in the Central Presbyterian Church, Cincinnati

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Title
A discourse on dancing delivered in the Central Presbyterian Church, Cincinnati
Contributor Names
Rice, N. L. (Nathan Lewis) -- 1807-1877
Created / Published
For sale at the The Presbyterian Book Depository, and W. H. Moore, Cincinnati, 1847, monographic.
Subject Headings
-  Dance -- Religious aspects -- Christianity
-  Antidance Literature
Genre
book
Notes
-  By N. L. Rice. (statement of responsibility)
-  Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as facsimile page images and full text. (additional physical form)
Form
print
electronic resource
remote
Extent
24 p. 22 cm.
Repository
Music Division
Library of Congress Control Number
43039942
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Description
Book. print | 24 p. 22 cm. | By N. L. Rice. (Statement Of Responsibility). Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as facsimile page images and full text. (Additional Physical Form). Print (Form). Electronic Resource (Form). Remote (Form). My unconverted friends, I cannot wonder that many of you, especially the young, are pleased with the world's exciting pleasures; but most sincerely do I desire for you more enduring and more exalted enjoyment. Abandon those things which an inspired roan of extensive experience pronounced “vanity of vanities,” and the utter emptiness of which a very little reflection will enable you to see. “Seek first the kingdom of God and his righteousness,” and in his service and the glorious hopes imparted by his grace, we promise you real, elevated, enduring happiness. The religion of Christ is not a gloomy religion. Far from discouraging cheerfulness, it lays a foundation not for cheerfulness only, but for the most exalted and imperishable happiness—a happiness which will not forsake you when, in the decline of life, you can no longer participate in the vain pleasures with which the world tempts you. “Godliness is profitable unto all things; having the promise of the life that now is, and of that which is to come.” He who lives as a rational, immortal being—who lives for eternity—will have little to regret in the retrospect of life; and, washed in the atoning blood of Christ, he will have nothing to fear in the eternal furture.
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Video Performers

Performers for the October 1997 Great Hall event: Dancers

Members of The Jonquil Street Foundation, Inc. Ariane Anthony, Thomas Baird, Barbara Barr, Patricia Beaman, Christopher Caines, Charles Garth, James Martin, Maris Wolff. Musicians - members of The Library of Congress Centennial Cotillion Brass Band, Emerson Head and Robert Sheldon, Leaders (Members, Metro Washington D.C. Federation of Musicians Local 161-710, AFM.)

Performers for the Coolidge Auditorium clips: Dancers

Cheryl Stafford and Thomas Baird. Musicians - Boris Gurevitch (piano), Susan Manus (violin).

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Rice, N. L. A discourse on dancing delivered in the Central Presbyterian Church, Cincinnati. For sale at the The Presbyterian Book Depository, and W. H. Moore, Cincinnati, monographic, 1847. Pdf. https://0-www.loc.gov.oasys.lib.oxy.edu/item/43039942/.

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Rice, N. L. (1847) A discourse on dancing delivered in the Central Presbyterian Church, Cincinnati. For sale at the The Presbyterian Book Depository, and W. H. Moore, Cincinnati, monographic. [Pdf] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://0-www.loc.gov.oasys.lib.oxy.edu/item/43039942/.

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Rice, N. L. A discourse on dancing delivered in the Central Presbyterian Church, Cincinnati. For sale at the The Presbyterian Book Depository, and W. H. Moore, Cincinnati, monographic, 1847. Pdf. Retrieved from the Library of Congress, <www.loc.gov/item/43039942/>.