reincarnation

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reincarnation

(rē-ĭn-kăr-nā′shŭn) [″ + incarnation]
1. The belief held by members of some religious groups that a person returns in physical or spiritual form to live again after death.
2. A renewal of interest in an old or previously discarded idea.
3. A psychological or spiritual reawakening of someone who had previously been engaged in a wholly different set of activities or interests.
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So the believer, cognizant of the reality of sin and the last judgment, constantly repents, confesses, forgives, rejects materialism, does not confuse transmigration of souls with resurrection, reforms behavior by following God's commandments, and reads the Bible and prays daily.
As Music Director he has conducted seven World Premiere-New York Philharmonic Commissions, including the Pulitzer Prize- and Grammy Award-winning On the Transmigration of Souls by John Adams; Stephen Hartke's Symphony No.
Danail Rachev conducts the orchestra, along with the Eugene Symphony Chorus and the Pacific Youth Chorus, in a program that includes "A Lincoln Portrait," with Brokaw, and John Adams' "On the Transmigration of Souls.
Orchestral Performance: Adams: ``On the Transmigration of Souls,''Lorin Maazel, conductor (Brooklyn Youth Chorus & New York Choral Artists; NewYork Philharmonic); Bax: Symphony No.
It is interesting that patristic writers did not appropriate from the Greek philosophical tradition the one idea that provides a bridge to a Buddhist cosmology, Plato's transmigration of souls.
9, From the New World (1893) and Gershwin's An American in Paris (1928) to John Adams's Pulitzer Prize-winning On the Transmigration of Souls (2002, the CD of which received three Grammy Awards), and Esa-Pekka Salonen's Piano Concerto (2007).
Now Fischer will conduct a performance of the work, On the Transmigration of Souls, during a concert with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales next week.
22 performance of Aaron Copland's "Lincoln Portrait," with Brokaw as narrator, along with the Eugene premiere of Adams' "On the Transmigration of Souls," which the composer wrote in response to the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington, D.
His studio credits include recording work for such hit Broadway shows as Spamalot and Wicked, projects for Penelope Cruz, Martin Short, and Disneyland Tokyo, the upcoming film versions of Nine and Hairspray and the triple Grammy-winning On The Transmigration of Souls (John Adams/Nonesuch Records).