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Ode

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Jennifer Ruffing

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Transcript of Ode

Ode
The World of Odes
What is it?
Definition:
a lyric poem usually marked by exaltation of feeling and style, varying length of line, and complexity of stanza forms

Synonym:
poesy

Antonym:
euphuism
Parts of an Ode
Ode to Music
It's a rhythm or a beat,
People tap it with their feet,
If you listen to the notes,
it will have a happy tone.

It's song that you can sing,
so let that music ring.
People everywhere enjoy it so
let out that anger; let it go.

From Bach to Bruno Mars,
People listen to it in their cars.
There are four instrument families,
Bring out the music pretty please.

From viola to oboe,
let that music bellow.
That is a really sweet sound,
that brings happiness to our town.


The Everyday Ode
Odes are in everyday life whether it is in a song, poem, or picture.

By: Jennifer Ruffing, Haylee Mencarelli, Katherine Zucker, Marc Choi and Eden Rosales
~odes date back to the Greek choral songs that were sung and danced at public events and celebrations

~the word "ode" comes from the Greek aeidein, meaning to sing or chant

Three types of odes-

one famous ode is called "The Ode to a Nightingale" by John Keats
The ode praises a subject, such as a man would praise a woman.

Interesting Facts
"One Direction - What Makes You Beautiful." YouTube. YouTube, 19 Aug. 2011. Web. 27 Apr. 2014.
"Lakme Bond Me and Kyra ~ Readitt (the E Magazine)." Lakme Bond Me and Kyra ~ Readitt (the E Magazine). N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Apr. 2014.
"I Found Great Synonyms for "ode" on the New Thesaurus.com!" Thesaurus.com. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Apr. 2014.
"Ode Synonyms." 58 Ode Synonyms 22 Ode Antonyms. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Apr. 2014.
Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary Tenth Edition. Springfield, MA: Merriam-Webster, 1994. Print.
Pindaric, Horatian and irregular
"How Long Does an Ode Poem Have to Be? | The Classroom | Synonym." The Classroom. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Apr. 2014.

praise a subject

strong vocabulary

three parts to an ode-the strophe, the
antistrophe and the epode

unlimited amount of stanzas

each stanza has a maximum of ten lines

each stanza with unique rhythm pattern- iambit trimeter or iambic dimeter

"How to Write an Ode." Yahoo Contributor Network. N.p., n.d. Web. 27 Apr. 2014.
Format
Pindaric Ode:
- Consists of three stanzas.
-The first two stanzas have the same rhyme scheme but the third may differ slightly
-The strophe and antistrophe should have the same rhyme and meter.
-All the epodes should have the same rhyme and meter as the other epodes
Horatian Ode
-A simple ode in which there are a series of stanzas all with the same rhyme and meter.
Irregular Ode
-Has an infinite amount of stanzas, lines, etc.
-All of the stanzas have the same rhyme and meter.
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