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Transcript of Ode
Pattern of an Ode
First an ode describes, then focuses on a particular part or problem, and finally arrives at a conclusion based on the original thoughts.
An ode is a poem of PRAISE for a person, place, or ordinary object.
It focuses on an everyday object, person, or place that we don't usually
inflate with glory.
Structure of An Ode
*A traditional ode uses a three 10 line stanza style (strophe, antistrophe, and epode).
*Some odes have a rhyme scheme and others do not.
* When creating an ode the writer uses images, similes, metaphors, personification, and a variety of other figurative language techniques to expose the object's potential glory.
Parts of an Ode
Strophe- First division or stanza of an ode.
2. Antistrophe- Second division or stanza of an ode.
3. Epode- Third division or stanza of an ode.
Lyrics in English for "Ode to Joy"
("Ode An Die Freude")
Beethoven's 9th Symphony
Ode to a Nightingale
What is an Ode?
*An exalted lyric poem aiming at loftier thought, more dignified expression, and more intricate structure than most lyrics.
*A poem in which a person expresses a strong feeling of love or respect for someone or something.
*A lyric poem usually marked by exaltation of feeling and style, varying length of line, and complexity of stanza forms.
Flashmob Beethoven's "Ode to Joy"