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In the summer of 1864, Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, aged 24 and a second year student at St.Petersburg Conservatoire,在1864年的夏天, 24岁的彼得·伊里奇·柴科夫斯基还是圣彼得堡音乐学院的一位二年级学生,wrote his first full-scale orchestral work and called it, the Storm.就是这位学生创作了他称之为风暴的第一首全管弦乐作品。Tchaikovsky had based the piece on a new play by Russias leading dramatist,柴可夫斯基受到俄罗斯著名的剧作家的新剧影响,Alexander Ostrovsky, which had touched him deeply and inspired him to produce quite suddenly a work that stood head and shoulders above anything that he had written before.这位剧作家就是亚历山大·奥斯特洛夫斯基,这感动了他并激励他去创作这部作品,这让他突然感到自己站在任何他之前创作作品的肩膀上。It marked the beginning of his career as a composer and it established patterns of composition and an artistic identification with suffering women that would remain with him for the rest of his days.这标志着他作为一位作曲家开始自己的职业生涯并且建立一种艺术模式的构成,承受痛苦的女性将陪伴他的余生。注:听力文本来源于普特 201209/201396。

  • When Saint Teresa first entered the convent, she was appalled by the other sisterslack of piety.当圣特蕾莎修女首先进入修道院,她对于缺乏虔诚的其他感到震惊。So to make a point, she staged her own personal reenactment of Christ being dragged to his crucifixion.所以为了重视,她将以自己的方式再现基督被拖到十字架的情境。She got on all force.她全身心的投入。She had herself saddled up with a mull pack full of stones, and she got one of the other sisters to lead her around the convent, on a halter.她给自己背上一个塞满石头的大包,并且被束缚的她让其中一位带领自己穿梭于修道院。These were the rooms where Teresa experienced her visions.这是特蕾莎修女经历了自己幻想的房间。She claimed that Christ appeared to her, right here, tight to the pillar on which she was scourged.她声称基督出现在她面前,就在这里,紧紧挨着她被鞭打的柱子。Later, the power of the Holy Spirit took hold of her so strongly that her body shook and she began to levitate.后来,圣灵的能力强烈的抓住她,以至于她的身体颤抖并开始轻轻浮起。And then, there was the most baffling phenomenon of all, a transverberation of the heart,然后,最令人困惑的她的神秘经历现象出现in which she felt she’d been speared through the heart by an angel and infused with the Holy Spirit.她感到她被一位天使洞穿心脏而且心中充满了圣灵。 注:听力文本来源于普特201301/220176。
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