4 edition of Grateful dead folktales found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -151).
|Other titles||Grateful dead.|
|Statement||edited by Bob Franzosa.|
|LC Classifications||GR75.G6 G73 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||151 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||151|
|LC Control Number||89051068|
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While flipping through a book of folklore, Garcia happened across the phrase “grateful dead.” The term appeared in folktales from a variety of cultures, and means a soul that is grateful to a charitable person on earth who arranges the soul’s burial.
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The Grateful Dead folktale type can be traced back at least 2, years. The tales of earthly rewards received for providing decent burial to the dead are both didactical and entertaining, with some of the earliest examples appearing in scripture and mythology.
The Grateful Dead (or grateful ghost) is a folktale present in many cultures throughout the world. The most common story involves a traveler who encounters a corpse of someone who never received a proper burial, typically stemming from an unpaid debt.
The traveler then either pays off the dead person's debt or pays for burial. But at this book's beating heart is the music—theirs and others. Some of the greatest musicians and concerts were a part of the Grateful Dead's career, from sharing the stage with Janis Joplin, Bob Dylan, and The Who, to playing in the Acid Tests, The Monterey Pop Festival, Woodstock and Altamont.
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The term "grateful dead" appears in folktales of a variety of cultures. In the summer of '69, Phil Lesh told another version of the story to Carol Maw, a young Texan visiting with the band in Marin County who also ended up going on the road with them to the Fillmore East and Woodstock.
The light of the dead man's soul led the prince into an emperor's palace, past sleeping guards, and into a glittering room where the magical bird sat in a golden cage. As the prince reached out to take the cage, the bird began to sing, a song so beautiful that it made the prince drift into a trance.
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The Grateful Dead The History of a Folk Story. An early example of folklore scholarship, also a highly readable and fascinating collection chronicling the recurring legends of the Grateful Dead (from which, by the way, the rock band did get its name).
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The traveler then either pays off. GRATEFUL DEAD: The motif of a cycle of folk tales which begin with the hero coming upon a group of people ill-treating or refusing to bury the corpse of a man who had died without paying his debts.
He gives his last penny, either to pay the man's debts or to give him a decent burial. The following text provides footnotes for Grateful Dead lyrics. The standard procedure will be to provide links for words or phrases which might benefit from some elucidation without attempting to give definitive interpretations since that's a very personal endeavor.
Reading Anund & Qviberg’s new guide book on Medieval Uppland, I came across a great religious legend: “The Grateful Dead“. (The band got its name from a dictionary entry on this family of stories.) The earliest version of the legend is found in the German Cistercian prior Caesarius of Heisterbach’s 13th century book of miracle stories, the Dialogus miraculorum.
The Grateful Dead got their name from Funk & Wagnall's New Practical Standard Dictionary which bassist Phil Lesh had in his house. GRATEFUL DEAD- The motif of a cycle of folk tales in which the hero comes upon a group of people illtreating or refusing to bury the corpse of a man who had died without paying his debts.
It turns out ‘Grateful Dead’ is the name folklorists have given to a genre of European folktales that all have a common motif. Someone is charitable to the widow or orphan of a person who has recently died, or perhaps just helps to pay for the funeral.
At a later time and in an unexpected way, this person is assisted out of a crisis by the. The legend of the grateful crane is an extremely old one in Japan, and is now known all throughout the country. References to it appear as snippits in cartoons, movies, and TV shows it's so well know that a mere suggestion of the story can transmit a whole plateau of thoughts and emotions that the story conveys.
The following version of the tale was translated from a book.Includes bibliographical references (p. ) Includes indexes Historical legends. King Olav, the national saint -- King Olav and the gyger -- King Olav, master builder of Seljord Church -- King Olav, master builder of Trondheim Cathedral -- The plague as an old hag is ferried across a river -- The horse that carried the corpses across the mountains -- The Jostedal grouse -- The church.The Grateful Dead last performed at Chicago’s Soldier Field on July 9, One month later, the group’s unofficial leader, singer-guitarist Jerry Garcia, died of heart failure brought on by.