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Thomas William Rhys Davids in his Buddhist India (p. 188) has given a
chronological table of Buddhist literature from the time of the Buddha
to the time of Ashoka which is as follows:

1. The simple statements of Buddhist doctrine now found, in identical
words, in paragraphs or verses recurring in all the books.

2. Episodes found, in identical words, in two or more of the existing books.

3. The Silas, the Parayana, the Octades, the Patimokkha.

4. The Digha, Majjhima, Anguttara, and Samyutta Nikayas.

5. The Sutta Nipata, the Thera and Theri Gathas, the Udanas, and the Khuddaka Patha.

6. The Sutta Vibhanga, and Khandhkas.

7. The Jatakas and the Dhammapadas.

8. The Niddesa, the Itivuttakas and the Patisambbhida.

9. The Peta and Vimana-Vatthus, the Apadana, the Cariya-Pitaka, and the Buddhavamsa.

10. The Abhidhamma books; the last of which is the Katha-Vatthu, and the earliest probably the Puggala-Pannatti.

Those listed at the top or near the top, such as numbers one to five,
are considered the earliest, oldest texts and the most likely to be
authentic and the exact words of the Buddha. The later texts and the
commentaries and the Visuddhimagga, are held in very high esteem by
Classical Theravada, whereas, the Modern Theravada focuses on the
earliest teachings of the Buddha.
Modern Theravada

Main article: Modern Theravada

Bhikkhu Bodhi, Dhammavuddho Thera and others have their doubts, as do
modern scholars about the later texts and if they are Buddhavacana
(exact words of Buddha) or not. Modern Theravadins probably hold a
slight variety of opinions but probably take one of the following:

1. The first four Nikayas in their entirety are Buddhavacana, plus the
following books from the Khuddaka Nikaya: Dhammapada, Udana, Itivuttaka,
Sutta Nipata, Theragatha, and Therigatha; and the Patimokkha from the
Vinaya. (That would still make the Buddhavacana portion of the Tipitaka
roughly 30 out of 40 volumes.)

2. All of the above, plus the
other books of the Khuddaka Nikaya, plus the other Vinaya books, plus
the Abhidhamma, but see them as written by later disciples of the
Buddha, who may have been arahants and thus, still worthy to be included
in the Canon, although not likely part of Original Buddhism.

The
scholar monks Ajahn Sujato and Ajahn Brahmali have written the book The
Authenticity of Early Buddhist Texts and they are in agreement with
number one above, consisting of the first 4 Nikayas and some of the
Khuddaka Nikaya as Buddhavacana.

See also: Original Buddhism
References

The Complete Book of Buddha’s Lists — Explained. David N. Snyder, Ph.D., 2006.
http://www.thedhamma.com/
The Authenticity of Early Buddhist Texts Buddhist Publication Society, 2014.
https://suttacentral.net/
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William Rhys Davids in his Buddhist India (p. 188) has given a
chronological table of Buddhist literature from the time of the Buddha
to the time of Ashoka which is as follows:

Buddha

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Thomas
William Rhys Davids a cikin Buddhist Indiya (shafi na 188) ya ba da
tarihin littattafai na Buddha daga lokacin Buddha zuwa lokacin Ashoka
wanda yake kamar haka:

1.
Maganganun sauki akan ka’idodin Buddha yanzu sun samo, a cikin kalmomi
ɗaya, a sakin layi ko ayoyi da ke sake karantawa a duk littattafai.

2. Abubuwan da aka samo, a cikin kalmomi ɗaya, a cikin biyu ko fiye na littattafai na yanzu.

3. Sila, Parayana, Octades, da Patimokkha.

4. Digha, Majjhima, Anguttara, da Samyutta Nikayas.

5. Sutta Nipata, Thera da Theri Gathas, Udanas, da Khuddaka Patha.

6. Sutta Vibhanga, da Khandhkas.

7. Jatakas da Dhammapadas.

8. Niddesa, Itivuttakas da Patisambbhida.

9. Peta da Vimana-Vatthus, da Apadana, Cariya-Pitaka, da Buddhavamsa.

10. Abidamma littattafai; wanda ƙarshe shine Katha-Vatthu, kuma tabbas shine Puggala-Pannatti.

Wadanda
aka jera a saman ko kusa da saman, kamar su lambobi daya zuwa biyar,
ana dauke su da farko, matani mafi mahimmanci kuma mafi mahimmanci su
zama na ainihi da ainihin kalmomin Buddha.
Sauran
ayoyin da sharhi da Visuddhimagga, suna da matsayi mai girma ta hanyar
Classical Theravada, yayin da, Theravada na zamani ya maida hankalin
koyarwar farko na Buddha.
Modern Theravada

Babban labarin: Modern Theravada

Bhikkhu
Bodhi, Dhammavuddho Thera da sauransu sunyi shakku, kamar yadda malaman
zamani suke game da ayoyin da suka gabata kuma idan sun kasance
Buddhavacana (ainihin kalmomin Buddha) ko a’a.
Tilas na zamani Theravadins tabbas suna da ƙananan ra’ayoyin amma tabbas za su ɗauki ɗaya daga cikin wadannan:

1.
Nikayas na farko a cikin duka su ne Buddhavacana, tare da wadannan
littattafai daga Khuddaka Nikaya: Dhammapada, Udana, Itivuttaka, Sutta
Nipata, Theragatha, da Therigatha;
da Patimokkha daga Vinaya. (Wannan zai sa kashi na Buddhavacana na Tipitaka kusan 30 daga cikin 40.)

2.
Dukkanin da ke sama, da sauran littattafai na Khuddaka Nikaya, da
sauran litattafai na Vinaya, tare da Abhidhamma, amma suna ganin su
kamar yadda almajiran Buddha suka rubuta a baya, wanda ya kasance masu
jagoranci kuma don haka, har yanzu yana da cancanci zama
kunshe cikin Canon, ko da yake ba wataƙila ba ne na ɓangaren Buddha na farko.

Masanan
masanan Ajahn Sujato da Ajahn Brahmali sun rubuta littafin The
Authenticity of Early Buddhist Texts kuma sun yarda da lamba daya a
sama, ya ƙunshi na farko 4 Nikayas da wasu daga cikin Khuddaka Nikaya a
matsayin Buddhavacana.

Duba kuma: Buddha na farko
Karin bayani

Littafin cikakken littafin Buddha - An bayyana. David N. Snyder, Ph.D., 2006.
http://www.thedhamma.com/
Gaskiyar Littafin Buddhist na Farko Buddhist Publication Society, 2014.
https://suttacentral.net/
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William Rhys Davids a cikin Buddhist Indiya (shafi na 188) ya ba da
tarihin littattafai na Buddha daga lokacin Buddha zuwa lokacin Ashoka
wanda yake kamar haka:

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Great Compassionate Heart Dharani - 5 Repetitions
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Published on May 15, 2008
NAMO RATNA TRAYAYA / NAMO ARYA JNANA SAGARA, VAIROCHANA / BYUHARA JARA
TATHAGATAYA / ARAHATE SAMYAKSAM BUDDHAYA / NAMO SARWA TATHAGATE BHYAY
ARHATA BHYAH / SAMVAKSAM BUDDHE BHVAH / NAMO AVALOKITE / SHORAYA
BODHISATTVAYA / MAHA SATTVAYA / MAHA KARUNIKAYA / TADYATA / OM DARA DARA
/ DIRI DIRI / DURU DURU / ITTE WE / ITTE CHALE CHALE / PURACHALE
PURACHALE KUSUME KUSUMA WA RE / ILI MILLI CHITI JVALAM / APANAVE SHOHA

General Translation:

1. Adoration the noble Avalokitesvara, bodhisattva, the great compassionate one.

2. Having paid adoration to One who Dispels all Fears, O noble Avalokitesvara, to You adoration, O Nilakantha.


3. I shall enunciate the ‘heart’ dharani which ensures all purposes, is
pure and invincible for all beings, and which purifies the path of
existence.

4. Thus: Lord of Effulgence, the World-Transcending
One. Come, come, great bodhisattva, descend, descend. Bear in mind my
heart-dharani. Do do the work. Hold fast, oh Victor, oh Great Victor.
Hold on, hold on, oh Lord of the Dharani. Move, move oh my immaculate
image, come come.

Destroy every poison. Quick, bear in mind,
quick, quick, descend, descend. Being enlightened, being enlightened,
enlighten me, enlighten me. Oh merciful

Nilakantha appear unto
me. To you who eyes us, hail. To the Great Siddha hail. To the Great
Siddha in Yoga hail. To Nilakantha hail. To the Boar-feaced hail.

5. Adoration to the Triple Gem. Adoration to the noble Avalokitesvara bodhisattva, hail.

http://www.thdl.org/texts/reprints/ka


Avalokitesvara [Sanskrit, India] Bodhisattva of Compassion in the Lotus
Sutra became known as Kuan Yin. The Chinese found it easier to think of
Compassion in terms of a Loving and Compassionate goddess. [Also known
as Chenrezig and also as Kannon in Japan].

“Reciting the Great
Compassion Mantra can prevent and cure the eighty-four thousand kinds of
diseases are covered, including AIDS and pneumonia .This Mantra can
prevent and cure all kind of illness and diseases if recite with utmost
sincerity”. - The Venerable Master Hsuan Hua.

“To recite it a
full five times in one evening is to wipe away your heavy offenses of
hundreds, thousands, tens of thousands,tens of thousands of millions of
aeons of birth and death”. - The Dharani Sutra

- http://www.megaoneresources.com/great

Benefits in reciting:


People and gods who recite and hold the Great Compassion Mantra will
obtain fifteen kinds of good birth and will not suffer fifteen kinds of
bad death.

The bad deaths are:

1. They will not die of starvation or privation.

2. They will not die from having been yoked, imprisoned, caned or otherwise beaten.

3. They will not die at the hands of hostile enemies.

4. They will not be killed in military battle.

5. They will not be killed by tigers, wolves, or other evil beasts.

6. They will not die from the venom of poisonous snakes, black serpents, or scorpions.

7. They will not drown or be burned to death.

8. They will not be poisoned to death.

9. They will not die as a result of sorcery.

10. They will not die of madness or insanity.

11. They will not be killed by landslides or falling trees.

12. They will not die of nightmares sent by evil people.

13. They will not be killed by deviant spirits or evil ghosts.

14. They will not die of evil illnesses which bind the body.

15. They will not commit suicide.


Those who recite and hold the spiritual Mantra of Great Compassion will
not suffer any of these fifteen kinds of bad death and will obtain the
following fifteen kinds of good birth:

1. Their place of birth will always have a good king.

2. They will always be born in a good country.

3. They will always be born at a good time.

4. They will always meet good friends.

5. The organs of their body will always be complete.

6. Their heart will be pure and full in the way.

7. They will not violate the prohibitive precepts.

8. Their family will be kind and harmonious.

9. They will always have the necessary wealth and goods in abundance.

10. They will always obtain the respect and help of others.

11. Their riches will not be plundered.

12. They will obtain everything they seek.

13. Dragons, gods, and good spirits will always protect them.

14. In the place where they are born they will see the Buddha and hear the Dharma.

15. They will awaken to the profound meaning of that Proper Dharma which they hear.


Those who recite and hold the Great Compassion Mantra will obtain these
fifteen kinds of good birth. All gods and people should constantly
recite and hold it, without carelessness.

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i ka papa manawa i hakuʻia ma nā puke Buddhist mai ka wā o ka Buddha a
hiki i ka manawa o Ashoka e like me kēia:

1.
Uaʻikeʻia nā’ōlelo maʻalahi o ke kumukānāwai Buddhist, ma nāʻano like,
ma nā paukū a iʻole nā ​​lālā e hoʻomau hou ana ma nā puke a pau.

2. Nānā i loaʻa, ma nāʻano like, i loko oʻelua aʻoi aku paha o nā puke e kū nei.

3.ʻO Sila,ʻo Parayana,ʻO Octades, a me Patimokkha.

4.ʻO Digha, Majjima, Anguttara, a me Samyutta Nikayas.

5. ka Sutta Nipata, ka Thera a me Theri Gathas, ka Udana, a me ka Khuddaka Patha.

6. Na Sutta Vibhanga, a me Khandhkas.

7. Nā Jatakas a me nā Dhammapadas.

8. ka Niddesa, ka Itivuttakas a me ka Patisambbhida.

9.ʻO ka Peta a me Vimana-Vatthus, ka Apadana, ka Cariya-Pitaka, a me ka Buddhavamsa.

10. Na buke Abidamama; ʻo ka hope loaʻo ia ka Katha-Vatthu, aʻo ka mea mua pahaʻo ia ka Puggala-Pannatti.

ʻO
nā mea i heluʻia ma luna a ma kahi kokoke paha i luna, e like me nā
helu hoʻokahi a hiki i kaʻelima, ua manaʻoʻia he mua,ʻo nā mea kākau mua
loa, aʻo ka’ōlelo pololei o ka Buddha.
ʻO
nā hua’ōlelo hope loa a me nā’ōlelo ākea a me ka Visuddhimagga, ke
koʻikoʻi nui loa e ka Classical Theravada, akā,ʻo ka Modernra Theadavada
ke nānā aku nei i nā kumu mua a Buddha.
ʻO Theravada Modern

Ka puke nui: Modern Theravada

ʻO
Bhikkhu Bodhi, Dhammavuddho Thera a me nā mea’ē aʻe he mau kānalua ia, e
like me nā lālā hou e pili ana i nā kikokikona hope loa a inā he
Buddhavacana (’ōlelo pololei a Buddha)ʻaʻoleʻaʻole.
Hiki paha i ko Theravadins mau manaʻo likeʻole e pili ana i nā manaʻo akā e lawe i kekahi o kēia mau mea:

1.ʻO
Nikayasʻehā mua loa,ʻo iaʻo Buddhavacana, a me nā puke e pili ana iā
Khuddaka Nikaya: Dhammapada, Udana, Itivuttaka, Sutta Nipata,
Theragatha, a me Therigatha;
a me ka Patimokkha mai Vinaya. (ʻO ia ka mea e hoʻolilo i ka hapa Buddhavacana o ka Tipitaka ma kahi o 30 o 40 mau puke.)

2.ʻO
nā mea a pau o luna nei, a me nā puke’ē aʻe o Khuddaka Nikaya, a me nā
palapala’ē aʻe o Vinaya, me’Abamamama, akā e nānā iā lākou e like me ka
mea i palapalaʻia e nā haumāna hope o ka Buddha, a he mau’ōlelo kūpono
paha kēia.
i komo i loko o ka Canon, akā naʻeʻaʻole paha he hapa o ka Buddhist.

Ua
kākau nā haumāna monks Ajahn Sujato a me Ajahn Brahmali i ka buke The
authenticity of Early Buddhist Text and agree with the number one
above,ʻo ia hoʻiʻo Nikiko 4 mua a me kekahi o ke Khuddaka Nikaya e like
me Buddhavacana.

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וויליאם רייס דייוויד בבודהיסטו בהודו (עמ ‘188) נתן טבלה כרונולוגית של
ספרות בודהיסטית מתקופת הבודהה ועד תקופת אשוקה, אשר כדלקמן:

1. ההצהרות הפשוטות של הדוקטרינה הבודהיסטית נמצאות כיום, במלים זהות, בפסקאות או בפסוקים החוזרים על עצמם בכל הספרים.

2. פרקים מצאו, במלים זהות, שניים או יותר מהספרים הקיימים.

3. סילאס, פאריאנה, האוקטאדות, הפטימוקהא.

4. Digha, Majjhima, אנגוטרה, ו Samyutta Nikasas.

5. סוטה ניפאטה, ת’רה ותרי גת’אס, האודאנאס, ופאתחה של חודאקה.

6. ויבהנגה סאטה, ו Khandhkas.

7. Jatakas ואת Dhammapadas.

8. Niddesa, Itivuttakas ו Patisambbhida.

9. פטה ו Vimthus Vimthus, Apadana, Cariya-Pitaka, ואת בודהאמסה.

10. ספרים Abhidhamma; האחרון שבהם הוא Katha-Vatthu, ואת המוקדם כנראה Pugala-Pannatti.

אלה
הרשומים בראש או ליד הדף, כגון מספרים 1-5, נחשבים הטקסטים המוקדמים,
העתיקים ביותר ואת הסיכוי הטוב ביותר להיות אותנטי המילים המדויקות של
הבודהה.
הטקסטים
המאוחרים והפרשנויות וה- Visodhimagga, נערכים בהערכה רבה על ידי
Theravada הקלאסית, ואילו, Theravada המודרנית מתמקדת המוקדם תורתו של
הבודהה.
מודרני Theravada

מאמר ראשי: Theravada המודרנית

Bhikkhu
Bodhi, Dhammavuddho Thera ואחרים יש ספקות שלהם, כמו גם חוקרים מודרניים
על טקסטים מאוחר יותר ואם הם בודהאבאקאנה (מילים מדויקות של בודהה) או לא.
מודרני Theravadins כנראה להחזיק מגוון רחב של דעות, אבל כנראה לקחת אחד מהבאים:

1.
ארבעת הניאיאקים הראשונים בכללותם הם בודהאבאקאנה, בתוספת הספרים הבאים של
ניקאיה חאדאקה: דהאמפאדה, אודנה, איטיוטקה, סוטה ניפאטה, תרגאטה וטריגאטה;
ואת Patimokkha מ Vinaya. (זה עדיין יהפוך את החלק בודהאבאקאנה של Tipitaka בערך 30 מתוך 40 כרכים.)

2.
כל האמור לעיל, בתוספת ספרים אחרים של Nikaya Khodaka, בתוספת ספרים אחרים
Vinaya, בתוספת Abhidhamma, אבל לראות אותם כפי שנכתב על ידי תלמידיו
המאוחרים של הבודהה, שאולי היו arahants ולכן, ראוי עדיין להיות
הכלולים Canon, אם כי לא חלק סביר של בודהיזם המקורי.

הנזירים
המלומדים אג’ן סוג’ו ואג’אהן ברהמלי כתבו את הספר האותנטיות של טקסטים
בודהיסטים מוקדמים והם מסכימים עם מספר 1 לעיל, המורכב של 4 הניאייאקים
הראשונים וכמה Nikaya Khodaka כמו Buddhavacana.

ראה גם: הבודהיזם המקורי
הפניות

הספר השלם של רשימות בודהה - הסבר. דוד נ ‘סניידר, Ph.D, 2006.
http://www.thedhamma.com/
האותנטיות של טקסטים בודהיסטים קדומים בודהיסט פרסום החברה, 2014.
https://suttacentral.net/
dhammawiki.com
1-10 עד כרונולוגיה האחרונה של קאלי פאלי - Dhamma ויקי
תומס
וויליאם רייס דייוויד בבודהיסטו בהודו (עמ ‘188) נתן טבלה כרונולוגית של
ספרות בודהיסטית מתקופת הבודהה ועד תקופת אשוקה, אשר כדלקמן:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gRlxBHFEGE
Jim Woodard
Published on Dec 1, 2016
Word Pictures of Old Testament Biblical Words through the use of
Ancient and Paleo Hebrew pictorial fonts and explanations of the life
application principles of those words.
www.hebrewwordpics.com
Category
Education


Word
Pictures of Old Testament Biblical Words through the use of Ancient and
Paleo Hebrew pictorial fonts and explanations of the life application
principles…

Funny Buddhist Cartoons anyone? Here is what I found today


40) Classical Hindi
40) शास्त्रीय हिब्रू

2646 शनि 9 जून पाठ

अभी व

विश्लेषणात्मक
अंतर्दृष्टि नेट - नि: शुल्क ऑनलाइन Tipiṭaka अनुसंधान और अभ्यास
विश्वविद्यालय और 105 क्लासिकल भाषाओं में http://sarvajan.ambedkar.org के
माध्यम से संबंधित समाचार

पायिसंबिधा
जाला-अभधा परििपतिति टिपियाका अंवेना सी पारिकाया निखिलविजजला सी एनतिभाता
पावती निशाया http://sarvajan.ambedkar.org से 105 सेहगंथ्यता भासा

एक ऑनलाइन समाचार चैनल है
3000 से अधिक ईमेल के लिए खानपान:
200 व्हाट्सएप, फेसबुक और ट्विटर।

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1-10 हाल ही में पाली कैनन के क्रोनोलॉजी

अपने
बौद्ध भारत (पी। 188) में थॉमस विलियम राइड्स डेविड ने बुद्ध के समय से
अशोक के समय तक बौद्ध साहित्य की कालक्रम तालिका दी है, जो निम्नानुसार है:

1. बौद्ध सिद्धांत के सरल बयान अब समान शब्दों में, सभी पुस्तकों में अनुच्छेदों या छंदों में पाए जाते हैं।

2. एपिसोड, समान शब्दों में, दो या अधिक मौजूदा पुस्तकों में पाया गया।

3. सीलास, परयाण, अक्टूबर, पतिमोखा।

4. दीघा, मजजिमा, अंगुटारा, और सम्यता निकयस।

5. सुट्टा निपाता, थेरा और थेरी गठ, उदना, और खुदाका पथ।

6. सुट्टा विभांगा, और खांडकस।

7. जाटक और धम्मपदास।

8. निदेसा, इतिवत्तकस और पतिसंबभाडा।

9। पेटा और विमन-वाथथस, अपडाना, करिया-पितका, और बौद्धवम्सा।

10. अभिमम्मा किताबें; जिनमें से आखिरी कथ-वाथू है, और शायद सबसे पुराना पुगला-पन्नट्टी।

शीर्ष
पर या शीर्ष पर सूचीबद्ध, जैसे संख्या एक से पांच, को सबसे पुराने, सबसे
पुराने ग्रंथों और सबसे प्रामाणिक और बुद्ध के सटीक शब्दों के रूप में माना
जाता है।
बाद
के ग्रंथों और टिप्पणियों और विशुद्धिमगगा, शास्त्रीय थेरावाड़ा द्वारा
बहुत अधिक सम्मान में आयोजित किए जाते हैं, जबकि आधुनिक थेरवाड़ा बुद्ध की
सबसे पुरानी शिक्षाओं पर केंद्रित है।
आधुनिक थेरावाड़ा

मुख्य लेख: आधुनिक थेरावाड़ा

भिक्कू
बोधी, धम्मवुधो थेरा और दूसरों के पास उनके संदेह हैं, जैसे कि बाद के
ग्रंथों के बारे में आधुनिक विद्वानों और यदि वे बुद्धवचन (बुद्ध के सटीक
शब्द) हैं या नहीं।
आधुनिक थेरावाडिन शायद थोड़ी सी राय मानते हैं लेकिन शायद निम्न में से कोई एक लेते हैं:

1.
पूरी तरह से पहले चार निकयस बुद्धवकान हैं, साथ ही खुदाका निकया से
निम्नलिखित पुस्तकें: धामपाडा, उडाना, इतिवत्तका, सुट्टा निपाता, थेरागथा,
और थेरिगथा;
और विनय से पतिमोखा। (यह अभी भी टिपितका के बुद्धवाकण हिस्से को 40 खंडों में से लगभग 30 में बना देगा।)

2.
उपर्युक्त सभी, साथ ही खुदाका निकया की अन्य पुस्तकें, साथ ही अन्य विनय
किताबें, साथ ही अभिमम्मा, लेकिन उन्हें बुद्ध के बाद के शिष्यों द्वारा
लिखी गई, जो अराहंत हो सकते हैं और इस प्रकार, अभी भी योग्य होने के योग्य
हैं
कैनन में शामिल, हालांकि मूल बौद्ध धर्म की संभावना नहीं है।

विद्वान
भिक्षु अजहन सुजाटो और अजहन ब्रह्माली ने प्रारंभिक बौद्ध ग्रंथों की
प्रामाणिकता पुस्तक लिखी है और वे उपरोक्त नंबर एक के साथ समझौते में हैं,
जिसमें पहले 4 निकयस और कुछ खुदाका निकया बुद्धवाकन के रूप में शामिल हैं।

यह भी देखें: मूल बौद्ध धर्म
संदर्भ

बुद्ध की सूची की पूरी किताब - समझाया गया। डेविड एन। स्नाइडर, पीएचडी, 2006।
http://www.thedhamma.com/
प्रारंभिक बौद्ध ग्रंथों की प्रामाणिकता बौद्ध प्रकाशन समाज, 2014।
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1-10 हाल ही में पाली कैनन का इतिहास विज्ञान - धामा विकी
अपने
बौद्ध भारत (पी। 188) में थॉमस विलियम राइड्स डेविड ने बुद्ध के समय से
अशोक के समय तक बौद्ध साहित्य की कालक्रम तालिका दी है, जो निम्नानुसार है:




Gautama is the primary figure in Buddhism, and accounts of his life, discourses, and monastic rules…

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RCIDz5D5zVs&t=829s
Pen Movies
Published on Dec 15, 2014
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Poornima. The history of his family - The Ikshvaku dynasty is traceable
to pre-Ramayana times. Renouncing the life and responsibility of a king,
Siddhartha Gautama sought a solution to human misery. Ever in the midst
of the great Indian religious and spiritual traditions, he noticed what
was most needed by all people - Dharma, and Non-violence. He sought a
direct path to salvation. He was a lone pathfinder who inspired the
religions that eventually spread to China, Japan, and to the United
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Partner rating
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41) Classical Hmong

41) Hmoob Dab Neeg

2646 Sat 9 Jun Qeb

Tam sim no

Analytic
Insight Net - DAWB Online Tipiṭaka tshawb fawb thiab kev xyaum
University thiab lwm yam XOV XWM los ntawm http://sarvajan.ambedkar.org
nyob rau hauv 105 COV LUS TSEEM CEEB HOM

Paṭisambhidā
Jāla-Abaddha Paripanti Tipiṭaka Anvesanā ca Paricaya Nikhilavijjālaya
ca ñātibhūta Pavedti Nissāya http://sarvajan.ambedkar.org anto 105
Seṭṭhaganthāyatta Bhāsā

yog ib qho xov xwm hauv online
Catering ntau tshaj 3000 Emails:
200 WhatsApp, Facebook thiab Twitter.

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1-10 ntxov mus rau tsis ntev los no Chronology ntawm Pali Canon

Thomas
William Rhys Davids nyob rau hauv nws cov Isdhaus teb (Hinduism 188)
tau muab cov ntaub ntawv keeb kwm ntawm Buddhist cov ntaub ntawv los
ntawm lub sij hawm ntawm Buddha rau lub sij hawm ntawm Ashoka uas yog
raws li nram no:

1.
Cov lus qhia yooj yim ntawm Buddhist cov lus qhuab qhia tam sim no pom,
nyob rau hauv cov lus zoo tib yam, hauv nqe lus los yog nqus dua nyob
hauv tag nrho cov phau ntawv.

2.
Tej lub sijhawm uas nyob rau hauv, nyob rau hauv tib lub ntsiab lus,
nyob rau ob lossis ntau qhov ntawm phau ntawv uas twb muaj lawm.

3. Lub Silas, lub Parayana, lub Octades, lub Patimokkha.

4. Lub Digha, Majjhima, Anguttara, thiab Samyutta Nikayas.

5. Sutta Nipata, Thera thiab Theri Gathas, Udanas, thiab Khuddaka Patha.

6. Sutta Vibhanga, thiab Khandhkas.

7. Cov Jatakas thiab Dhammapadas.

8. Niddesa, lub Itivuttakas thiab Patisambbhida.

9. Peta thiab Vimana-Vatthus, Apadana, Cariya-Pitaka, thiab Buddhavamsa.

10. Cov phau ntawv Abhidhamma; qhov kawg ntawm uas yog Katha-Vatthu, thiab qhov ntxov tshaj plaws lub Puggala-Pannatti.

Cov
uas tau sau rau saum toj los sis ze rau saum toj, xws li cov naj npawb
ntawm ib mus rau tsib, suav hais tias yog cov lus qub, cov ntawv qub
thiab feem ntau yuav yog qhov tseeb thiab cov lus qhia ntawm Buddha.
Tom
qab cov ntawv thiab cov ntawv xov xwm thiab cov lus qhuab qhia thiab
cov Visuddhimagga, muaj kev ntseeg siab heev los ntawm Classical
Theravada, whereas, Cov Theravada niaj hnub no yog qhov tseem ceeb tshaj
plaws ntawm Buddha.
Niaj hnub nimno Theravada

Cov tshooj lus tshaj tawm: Theravada niaj hnub

Bhikkhu
Bodhi, Dhammavuddho Thera thiab lwm tus muaj lawv cov lus xav phem,
raws li niaj hnub tus kws tshawb fawb txog tom qab cov ntawv thiab yog
hais tias lawv yog Buddhavacana (lus tseeb ntawm Buddha) los yog tsis.
Cov Theravadins tam sim no yuav tuav me ntsis txog cov tswv yim tab sis tej zaum yuav tau ua ib qho ntawm cov hauv qab no:

1.
Thawj plaub Nicayas nyob rau hauv lawv txoj kev yog Buddhavacana, ntxiv
rau cov phau ntawv nram qab no ntawm Khuddaka Nikaya: Dhammapada,
Udana, Itivuttaka, Sutta Nipata, Theragatha, thiab Therigatha;
thiab Patimokkha los ntawm Vinaya. (Tias yuav tseem ua Buddhavacana ib feem ntawm lub Tipitaka roughly 30 ntawm 40 tagnrho.)

2.
Tag nrho cov saum toj no, ntxiv nrog rau lwm phau ntawv ntawm Khuddaka
Nikaya, ntxiv rau lwm phau ntawv Vinta, ntxiv rau Abhidhamma, tab sis
pom lawv raws li tom qab cov thwj tim ntawm Buddha, uas tej zaum yuav
tau arahants thiab li, tseem tsim nyog yuav tsum
muaj nyob rau hauv Canon, tab sis tsis yuav feem ntawm Thawj Buddhism.

Cov
kws tshawb fawb Ajahn Sujato thiab Ajahn Brahmali tau sau phau ntawv
Cov Ntawv Tseeb Cov Ntawv Tiv Thaiv Thaum Cov Ntxim Saib Ntxim Ua thiab
lawv pom zoo nrog tus naj npawb saum toj no, uas yog thawj 4 ntawm
Nikayas thiab qee Khuddaka Nikaya ua Buddhavacana.

Saib kuj: Thawj Buddhism
Cov lus nug

Phau ntawv qhia tag nrho ntawm Buddha’s Cov Xaiv - Piav Qhia. David N. Snyder, Ph.D., 2006.
http://www.thedhamma.com/
Lub Authenticity ntawm Thaum Ntxov Tshuaj Tiv Thaiv Cov Tooj Hauj Lwm Pawg Hauj Lwm, 2014.
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tagawiki.com
1-10 ntxov mus rau tsis ntev los no Chronology ntawm Pali Canon - Dhamma Wiki
Thomas
William Rhys Davids nyob rau hauv nws cov Isdhaus teb (Hinduism 188)
tau muab cov ntaub ntawv keeb kwm ntawm Buddhist cov ntaub ntawv los
ntawm lub sij hawm ntawm Buddha rau lub sij hawm ntawm Ashoka uas yog
raws li nram no:




Published on May 13, 2009


This
unique video, features my first of 2 arrangements for solo lyre, of the
3400 year old “Hurrian Hymn no.6″, which was discovered in Ugarit in
Syria in the early 1950s, and was preserved for 3400 years on a clay
tablet, written in the Cuniform text of the ancient Hurrian language -
The Hurrian Hymn (catalogued as Text H6) was discovered in Ugarit,
Syria, in the early 1950s, and was preserved for 3400 years on a clay
tablet, written in the Cuniform text of the ancient Hurrian language -
except from a few earlier Sumarian fragmentary instructional musical
texts from c.1950 BCE (Musical Instructions for Lipit-Ishtar, King of
Justice) the Hurrian Hymn it is the oldest written song yet known, in
History!

Although about 29 musical texts were discovered at Ugarit, only this
text, (text H6), was in a sufficient state of preservation to allow for
modern academic musical reconstruction.

In short, the Cuneiform text clearly indicated specific names for lyre
strings, and their respective musical intervals — a sort of “Guitar
tablature”, for lyre!

Although discovered in modern day Syria, the Hurrians were not Syrian –
they came from modern day Anatolia. The Hurrian Hymn actually dates to
the very end of the Hurrian civilisation (c.1400BCE) . The Hurrian
civilization dates back to at least 3000 BCE. It is an incredible
thought, that just maybe, the musical texts found at Ugarit, preserved
precious sacred Hurrian music which may have already been thousands of
years old, prior to their inscription for posterity, on the clay tablets
found at Ugarit!

My arrangement here, is based on the that the original transcription of
the melody, as interpreted by Prof. Richard Dumbrill. Here is a link to
his book, “The Archeomusicology of the Near East”: http://bit.ly/d3aovp

It is played here, on a modern evocation of the ancient Kinnor Lyre from
neighbouring Israel; an instrument almost tonally identical to the
wooden asymmetric-shaped lyres played throughout the Middle East at this
amazingly distant time…when the Pharaoh’s still ruled ancient Egypt.

A photograph of the actual clay tablet on which the Hurrian Hymn was
inscribed, can be seen here:

http://www.phoenicia.org/music.html

The melody is one of several academic interpretations, derived from the
ambiguous Cuneiform text of the Hurrian language in which it was
written. Although many of the meanings of the Hurrian language are now
lost in the mists of time, it can be established that the fragmentary
Hurrian Hymn which has been found on these precious clay tablets are
dedicated to Nikkal; the wife of the moon god.

There are several such interpretations of this melody, but to me, the
fabulous interpretation just somehow sounds the most “authentic”. Below
is a link to the sheet music, as arranged by Clint Goss:

http://www.flutekey.com/pdf/HurrianTa…

In my arrangement of the Hurrian Hymn, I have attempted to illustrate an
interesting diversity of ancient lyre playing techniques, ranging from
the use of “block and strum” improvisation at the end, glissando’s,
trills & tremolos, and alternating between harp-like tones in the
left hand produced by finger-plucked strings, and guitar-like tones in
the right hand, produced by use of the plectrum.

I have arranged the melody in the style of a “Theme and Variations” - I
first quote the unadorned melody in the first section, followed by the
different lyre techniques described above in the repeat, & also
featuring improvisatory passages at the end of the performance. My
arrangement of the melody is much slower than this actual specific
academic interpretation of the melody- I wanted the improvisations in
the variations on the theme to stand out, and to better illustrate the
use of lyre techniques by a more rubato approach to the melody.

The purpose of the accompanying slide show was to give a sense of
historical perspective to the age of the Hurrian Hymn, by painting a
brief picture of the rest of the ancient world (for example, images of
ancient Egypt etc) at about 1400 BC - at least a century or more before
the birth of Tutankhamun, for instance!

For full details about my albums of lyre music, and the fascinating
ancient historical background, please visit my official website:

http://www.ancientlyre.com


http://www.openculture.com/…/early-japanese-animations-the-
Early Japanese Animations: The Origins of Anime (1917-1931)
Japanese animation, AKA anime, might be filled with large-eyed maidens,
way cool robots, and large-eyed, way cool maiden/robot hybrids, but it
often shows a level of daring, complexity and creativity not typically
found in American mainstream animation. And the form has spawned some
clear masterpieces from Katsuhiro Otomo’s Akira to Mamoru Oishii’s Ghost
in the Shell to pretty much everything that Hayao Miyazaki has ever
done.

Anime has a far longer history than you might think; in
fact, it was at the vanguard of Japan’s furious attempts to modernize in
the early 20th century. The oldest surviving example of Japanese
animation, Namakura Gatana (Blunt Sword), dates back to 1917, though
much of the earliest animated movies were lost following a massive
earthquake in Tokyo in 1923. As with much of Japan’s cultural output in
the first decades of the 20th Century, animation from this time shows
artists trying to incorporate traditional stories and motifs in a new
modern form.

Above is Oira no Yaku (Our Baseball Game) from 1931,
which shows rabbits squaring off against tanukis (raccoon dogs) in a
game of baseball. The short is a basic slapstick comedy elegantly told
with clean, simple lines. Rabbits and tanukis are mainstays of Japanese
folklore, though they are seen here playing a sport that was introduced
to the country in the 1870s. Like most silent Japanese movies, this film
made use of a benshi – a performer who would stand by the movie screen
and narrate the movie. In the old days, audiences were drawn to the
benshi, not the movie. Akira Kurosawa’s elder brother was a popular
benshi who, like a number of despondent benshis, committed suicide when
the popularity of sound cinema rendered his job obsolete.

Then
there’s this version of the Japanese folktale Kobu-tori from 1929, about
a woodsman with a massive growth on his jaw who finds himself
surrounded by magical creatures. When they remove the lump, he finds
that not everyone is pleased. Notice how detailed and uncartoony the
characters are.

Another early example of early anime is Ugokie
Kori no Tatehiki (1931), which roughly translates into “The Moving
Picture Fight of the Fox and the Possum.” The 11-minute short by Ikuo
Oishi is about a fox who disguises himself as a samurai and spends the
night in an abandoned temple inhabited by a bunch of tanukis (those guys
again). The movie brings all the wonderful grotesqueries of Japanese
folklore to the screen, drawn in a style reminiscent of Max Fleisher and
Otto Messmer.

And finally, there is this curious piece of early
anti-American propaganda from 1936 that features a phalanx of flying
Mickey Mouses (Mickey Mice?) attacking an island filled with Felix the
Cat and a host of other poorly-rendered cartoon characters. Think
Toontown drawn by Henry Darger. All seems lost until they are rescued by
figures from Japanese history and legend. During its slide into
militarism and its invasion of Asia, Japan argued that it was freeing
the continent from the grip of Western colonialism. In its queasy, weird
sort of way, the short argues precisely this. Of course, many in Korea
and China, which received the brunt of Japanese imperialism, would
violently disagree with that version of events.

Find more gems in
the Animation section of our collection, 1,150 Free Movies Online:
Great Classics, Indies, Noir, Westerns, etc..

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has appeared in Yahoo!, The Hollywood Reporter, and other publications.
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Thomas
William Rhys Davids a buddhista indiánban (188. O.) A buddhista
idõponttól az Ashoka idõpontjáig idõrendi táblázatot adott a buddhista
irodalomról, amely a következõ:

1.
A buddhista tanítás egyszerű kijelentései, azonos szavakkal, minden
könyvben ismétlődő bekezdésekben vagy versekben találhatók.

2. Az azonos szavakkal azonosított epizódok két vagy több meglévő könyvben.

3. A Silas, a Parayana, az Octades, a Patimokkha.

4. A Digha, Majjhima, Anguttara és Samyutta Nikayas.

5. A Sutta Nipata, a Thera és Theri Gathas, a Udanas és a Khuddaka Patha.

6. A Sutta Vibhanga és Khandhkas.

7. A Jatóka és a Dhammapadák.

8. A Niddesa, az Itivuttakas és a Patisambbhida.

9. A Peta és a Vimana-Vatthus, az Apadana, a Cariya-Pitaka és a Buddhavamsa.

10. Az Abhidhamma könyvei; az utolsó közülük a Katha-Vatthu, és a legkorábbi valószínűleg a Puggala-Pannatti.

A
tetején vagy a tetején felsorolt, mint például az 1-5. Számok a
legkorábbi, legrégebbi szövegek és a legvalószínűbbek a hitelesnek és a
Buddha pontos szavainak.
A
későbbi szövegeket és a kommentárokat, valamint a Visuddhimagga-t a
klasszikus Theravada nagyon nagy becsben tartja, míg a Modern Theravada a
Buddha legkorábbi tanításaira összpontosít.
Modern Theravada

Fő cikk: Modern Theravada

Bhikkhu
Bodhi, Dhammavuddho Thera és mások kétségeik vannak, mint a modern
tudósok a későbbi szövegekről, és ha Buddhavacana (Buddha pontos szava)
vagy sem.
A modern Theravadinok valószínűleg enyhén sok véleményt tartanak, de valószínűleg az alábbiak egyikét választják:

1.
Az első négy Nikayas teljes egészében Buddhavacana, valamint a Khuddaka
Nikaya következő könyvei: Dhammapada, Udana, Itivuttaka, Sutta Nipata,
Theragatha és Therigatha;
és a Patimokkha a Vinaya-ból. (Ez még mindig azt jelentené, hogy a Tipitaka Buddhavacana része körülbelül 40-ből 30-ból származik.)

2.
A fentiek mindegyike, valamint a Khuddaka Nikaya többi könyve, valamint
a többi Vinaya könyv, valamint az Abhidhamma, de lásd őket a Buddha
később tanítványai, akik lehettek arabok, és így még mindig érdemesek
voltak
a Canonban, bár valószínűleg nem része az eredeti buddhizmusnak.

A
tudós szerzetesek, Ajahn Sujato és Ajahn Brahmali a korai buddhista
szövegek hitelességét írták, és egyetértenek az első számmal, amely az
első négy Nikayasból és a Khuddaka Nikaya Buddhavacana-ból áll.

Lásd még: Eredeti buddhizmus
Irodalom

A Buddha listájának teljes könyve - magyarázata. David N. Snyder, Ph.D., 2006.
http://www.thedhamma.com/
A korai buddhista szövegek hitelessége Buddhista Publikációs Társaság, 2014.
https://suttacentral.net/
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William Rhys Davids a buddhista indiánban (188. O.) A buddhista
idõponttól az Ashoka idõpontjáig idõrendi táblázatot adott a buddhista
irodalomról, amely a következõ:


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Johannes Brahms: Hungarian Dances - Wiener Philharmoniker, Claudio Abbado (Audio video)
Faces of Classical Music – 12
Published on Feb 4, 2015
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Johannes Brahms (1833 - 1897)

♪ Hungarian Dances [1869 (No.1-10), 1880 (No.11-21)]

1. Hungarian Dance No.1 in G minor [Orchestrated by Johannes Brahms] 0:00
2. Hungarian Dance No.2 in D minor [Orchestrated by Johan Andreas Hallén (1846-1925)] 2:57
3. Hungarian Dance No.3 in F major [Orchestrated by Johannes Brahms] 5:33
4. Hungarian Dance No.4 in F sharp minor [Orchestrated by Paul Juon (1872-1940)] 7:52
5. Hungarian Dance No.5 in G minor [Orchestrated by Martin Schmeling (?-1943)] 12:03
6. Hungarian Dance No.6 in D major [Orchestrated by Martin Schmeling] 14:22
7. Hungarian Dance No.7 in F major [Orchestrated by Martin Schmeling] 17:31
8. Hungarian Dance No.8 in A minor [Orchestrated by Hans Gál (1890-1987)] 19:06
9. Hungarian Dance No.9 in E minor [Orchestrated by Hans Gál] 21:57
10. Hungarian Dance No.10 in F major [Orchestrated by Johannes Brahms] 23:35
11. Hungarian Dance No.11 in D minor [Orchestrated by Albert Parlow (?-1888)] 25:15
12. Hungarian Dance No.12 in D minor [Orchestrated by Albert Parlow] 27:42
13. Hungarian Dance No.13 in D major [Orchestrated by Albert Parlow] 30:02
14. Hungarian Dance No.14 in D minor [Orchestrated by Albert Parlow] 31:40
15. Hungarian Dance No.15 in B flat major [Orchestrated by Albert Parlow] 33:15
16. Hungarian Dance No.16 in F major [Orchestrated by Albert Parlow] 35:59
17. Hungarian Dance No.17 in F sharp minor [Orchestrated by Antonín Dvořák (1841-1904)] 38:19
18. Hungarian Dance No.18 in D major [Orchestrated by Antonín Dvořák] 41:10
19. Hungarian Dance No.19 in B minor [Orchestrated by Antonín Dvořák] 42:34
20. Hungarian Dance No.20 in E minor [Orchestrated by Antonín Dvořák] 44:31
21. Hungarian Dance No.21 in E minor [Orchestrated by Antonín Dvořák] 46:58

Wiener Philharmoniker
Claudio Abbado, conductor

Recorded in the Sofiensaal, Wien
Deutsche Grammophon 1982

(HD 1080p – Audio video)


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10 Best Uses Of Classical Music In Classic Cartoons
I grew up watching Bugs Bunny, Tom and Jerry, and Popeye cartoons,
because they were regularly shown on the independent stations here in
St. Louis. (Disney cartoons weren’t readily available unless the Sunday
night Wonderful World of Disney show featured one of them.) Those
cartoons helped develop my love of classical music. (Sorry, Mom. You
were a huge musical influence, but not quite as much as Bugs Bunny!)
While the vast majority of the cartoons of the 1930s-1950s made
excellent use of popular music and original compositions, they also used
classical music to great effect, creating some of the finest animated
masterpieces of all time.

Rossini’s overtures were popular with
cartoonists, as were Liszt’s Hungarian rhapsodies and Brahms’ Hungarian
dances. In cartoon-land, Beethoven’s Moonlight Sonata became synonymous
with quiet, moonlit scenes, while the opening notes to his Fifth
Symphony were used to introduce Nazis during World War II. The final
movement of Liszt’s Les Preludes frequently introduced some cartoons.
Any favorites you’d add to this list? Enjoy!
The Band Concert
1935

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IErXg5kBXXg&hl=en&fs=1&]

Music: Rossini’s William Tell Overture

Made before the William Tell Overture became identified as The Lone
Ranger’s theme, The Band Concert features bandleader Mickey leading an
outdoor performance. While the band plows through the overture, Donald
Duck continually interrupts by playing “Turkey in the Straw” on his
recorder.

9

Pigs in a Polka
1943

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nh11A41klL4&hl=en&fs=1&]

Music: Brahms’ Hungarian Dances #5, 7, 6 and 17 (they appear in that order)

The familiar story of the three little pigs was a popular vehicle for
cartoonists. This Warner Bros. version cleverly syncs the action with
Brahms’ music, so much so that the music seems like a fifth character.

8

Baton Bunny
1959

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JdPode_oj-A&hl=en&fs=1&]

Music: Von Suppe’s A Morning, Noon and Night in Vienna

Bugs is the conductor of a musician-less orchestra. He performs Von
Suppe’s “Morning, Noon and Night in Vienna,” but with a twist: He turns
part of it into a cowboys and Indians saga, using his ears as props.

7

Magical Maestro
1952

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Va2YVwH5J3E&hl=en&fs=1&]

Music: Largo al factotum aria from Rossini’s Barber of Seville opera

This famous aria was never showcased better in a cartoon than in this
Tex Avery romp (although Long-Haired Hare comes close). After a two-bit
magician fails to convince Poochini, the “world’s greatest baritone,” to
let him into the opera singer’s act, the magician uses his wand to make
life quite difficult for Poochini. It’s one of Avery’s absolute best.
It’s often cut these days because of some unfortunate racial
stereotypes, but you can still find the uncut original. Note: Watch for
the fantastic bit where Poochini “breaks the fourth wall” and plucks a
hair from the “film.”

6

Tom and Jerry in the Hollywood Bowl
1950

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3sxeihhIQtU&hl=en&fs=1&]

Music: Johann Strauss II’s Die Fledermaus

Tom is the conductor of an orchestra of cats. Naturally, Jerry wants in
on the act, and of course, Tom repeatedly shoes him away. Excellent
choreography in this one. And both Tom and Jerry look pretty sharp in
those tuxes.

5

A Corny Concerto
1943

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sukE_rhsv2Y&hl=en&fs=1&]

Music: Tchaikovsky’s Piano Concerto #1, Strauss’ Tales from the Vienna Woods and The Blue Danube

Warner Bros. frequently poked fun at Disney, especially considering
many animators migrated from Disney to Warner Bros. (and MGM). A Corny
Concerto rips on Disney’s Fantasia (see #2), starting with Elmer
appearing as an unshaven Stokowski introducing the two segments. The
first segment is a wild romp in the Vienna woods with Bugs, Porky and an
unnamed dog. The second is more standard fare of a duck protecting a
family of swans from a vulture.

4

The Cat Concerto
1947

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uvqLX8×3tJA&hl=en&fs=1&]

Music: Liszt’s Hungarian Rhapsody #2

The Cat Concerto won the Academy Award for Short Subjects-Cartoons in
1946. Warner Bros. released a nearly identical cartoon the same year,
Rhapsody Rabbit, which had many of the same gags. Both MGM and Warner
Bros. accused the other of plagiarism, but nothing official came of it.
It’s a toss-up as to whether The Cat Concerto or Rhapsody Rabbit is the
better cartoon. Also watch Rhapsody in Rivets, an Oscar-nominated Warner
Bros. cartoon that features the construction of the “Umpire State
Building” while the foreman/conductor leaders the show.

3

The Rabbit of Seville
1950

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9cjvcD2svaM&hl=en&fs=1&]

Music: Rossini’s Barber of Seville Overture

Bugs does Rossini in a beautifully timed and written masterpiece. Elmer
chases Bugs into a theater. Bugs and an unwilling Elmer act out
Rossini’s “Barber of Seville,” with Bugs giving Elmer a full head
manicure. Best part: Bugs uses his ears to massage Elmer’s bald head.
Some of the lyrics: “Hey you! Don’t look so perplexed/why must you be
vexed/can’t you see you’re next? Yes, you’re next. You’re so next!” and
this one: “There! You’re nice and clean! Although your face looks like
it might have gone through a machine.” (Note: The music here is from the
overture, while the music from #7 is from the famous aria of the
opera.) The film quality is not good but this is the only English
language version I could find on youtube.

2

The Sorcerer’s Apprentice
1940

[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LD8HDta7Z_4&hl=en&fs=1&]

Music: Dukas’ The Sorcerer’s Apprentice

Fantasia is one of Disney’s greatest films. It’s a safe bet to say that
more people saw the segments of Fantasia as one-off cartoons on TV than
actually saw the movie in the theater. The best part (and probably
best-known) is the Sorcerer’s Apprentice, with Mickey as the apprentice
who literally gets in over his head. The rest of the music featured in
Fantasia was: Bach’s Toccata and Fugue in D Minor, Tchaikovsky’s
Nutcracker Suite, Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring, Beethoven’s Sixth
Symphony, Ponchielli’s The Dance of the Hours, Mussorgsky’s Night on
Bald Mountain, and Schubert’s Ave Maria.

1

What’s Opera, Doc?
1957

[dailymotion id=xelqe]

Music: Wagner’s Ring Cycle

Bugs and Elmer Fudd do Wagner in this Chuck Jones masterpiece. Some may
have put Fantasia first, but this Bugs Bunny short is consistently
ranked as the best Bugs Bunny cartoon of all time, and usually the best
of all cartoon shorts. Jones reduces Wagner’s whole Ring saga to 6½
minutes in a hilarious parody — and it’s one of the only times Elmer
actually “gets” Bugs. You’ll never listen to “Flight of the Valkyries”
again without hearing Elmer sing, “Kill the wabbit, kill the wabbit,
kill the wabbit!”
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