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Michael Bogisich
Answered 2020-04-16 22:03:56

While organ music had appeared at hockey rinks in the 1930s, it first bellowed through a Baseball stadium on April 26, 1941. Organist Ray Nelson played “classic and soulful compositions” before the Cubs took on the Cardinals at Wrigley Field. He had to stop before the game started, however, because he was playing copyrighted songs that could’ve been picked up by radio broadcasts.

The baseball-stadium organ caught on quickly, however; the following season, the Brooklyn Dodgers hired a permanent organist, and their popularity increased through the mid-20th century. Nowadays, they’re commonplace.

Oddly enough, the Cubs removed Nelson’s organ from the grandstand during a road trip shortly after it first appeared—the copyright liability was just too much for them—and organ music wouldn’t return to Wrigley until 1967.

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2020-10-20 05:42:10
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2020-10-29 13:32:56
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Anonymous
2020-11-10 19:09:55
Shortly after the fall of the skin flute as a crowd favorite.
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Anonymous
2020-11-12 08:03:12
NHL had organ music in the 1920’s. Chicago Stadium was built in 1929 and organ was used from day one.

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sarah4893
Answered 2020-10-29 13:16:28

Ballpark organists Josh Kantor, who plays for the Boston Red Sox, and Bobby Cressey, organist for the San Diego Padres, share the unexpected history of music at the ballpark, starting with that first performance on April 26, 1941

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Melody Robinson
Answered 2020-10-15 18:13:36

BrUh...I think its cuz Baseball players were SICK of silence and nothing but " WHOOOHOOO" "LETS GET IT" And at the time organ music was popular so they played organ music UwU CASE SOLVED!

Bruh wat am i talking about lmao...

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Melody Robinson
2020-10-15 18:16:58
Lol this is the creater of this reply at the time i thought it said WHY did organ music become associated with baseball  Lol sry lmao

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ruorou nan
Answered 2020-11-01 02:27:23

在历史上,这一类的事情也是屡见不鲜的,尤其是在战乱的时候为甚。像五代时南唐后主李煜的父亲李景(原名李景通,后改名李璟,又改名李景),史称南唐史主,他在国用不够的时候,就拼命增加赋税,除了提高税率以外,还增加税目,各种苛捐杂税都来了,名目繁多,简直难以计数。甚至老百姓家里的鸡、鸭、鹅等家禽,同时生下两只蛋,也要征税。到了春夏之间,老百姓庭前门外种的杨柳,当柳絮随风满天飞舞的时候,竟然还要收柳絮税。老百姓在重重赋税压力之下,再也无法负荷,敢怒而不敢言的时候,自然就形成了“予及汝偕亡”这种深深的怨恨。

像这样为扩张自己的权力,乱用民力的君主,往往在生活上贪图享受,耽于声色,每在宫中养些优伶戏子,唱戏作乐。这些伶人当然与民间较为接近,比较了解民间的疾苦,有时就在歌舞上,以幽默、滑稽的方式,将老百姓的心声,在皇帝面前反映出来。所以当李中主征税征到双鹅蛋及柳絮上面去的时候,就有一个伶人演戏时高唱着:“惟愿普天多瑞庆,柳条结絮鹅双生。”这两句深刻的讽刺,成了名句而流传千古,幸而李景故装糊涂,当时没有追究严办。

从孟子说的“狗彘食人食,途有饿莩”这两句话,就知道当时魏国所谓的公府,梁惠王和他的高级干部、大臣豪门们的生活是相当糜烂奢侈,而老百姓却相当穷困。

如果移用孟子这两句话来形容今天的美国,也有点相像。美国人养狗,有狗医生不说,还有特制的狗衣狗帽,以及狗的美容院,为狗理发修毛。平日有专门喂狗的罐头食品,其中牛肉、鸡肉都是上等货,不次于落后地区人们的食物,近来还有狗饭店,专门为那些“天之骄犬”准备它们喜欢吃的东西。在美国虽然很少听到饿死人的事,可是失业的问题却很严重。——《孟子旁通》

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Nailah Allen
2020-11-17 20:17:30
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sylvie jean baptiste
Answered 2020-10-22 17:17:09

she was a vampire before wow but thanks i love anme

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2020-10-22 17:18:02
wow she was a vampire before but thanks i love anime

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shanzaykhan7788
Answered 2020-10-20 10:09:05

When did organ music become associated with baseball?

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Acacia Longoria
Answered 2020-04-28 17:22:20

Apiral 16, 1941

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2020-10-27 02:31:47
Good But you’re April is 

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sarva seri
Answered 2020-12-02 19:11:32

The use of music at sport events is a practice that is a thousands of years old.

Chicago’s Wrigley Field was the first sports arena to feature organ music. In April 1941 the first baseball stadium organ appeared at this stadium.

Before this, the only music played at baseball stadiums were by military bands which that too were not so regular.

In April, St Louis Cardinals were to play the Cubs. For this game Roy Nelson, an organist played his classic and soulful pieces which the crowd extremely enjoyed.

The next year the first organ was permanently installed at Brooklyn Dodger’s home ground- Ebbets Field.

Glady Gooding who played the keyboard for films played now played the baseball organ. She played at Ebbets.

The organ then became a tradition at baseball stadiums. Another reason would be because of the loud sound it can produce even without an amplifier.

Other than the crowd enjoying the baseball organ music, many important figures have also appreciated the ballpark organ.

Red Sox Executive vice president Charles Steinberg mentioned saying, “Baseball is personal, and music enhances that personal connection. That’s why the organ plays a key role.”

The manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates, Frankie Frisch once paused whole hitting pre-game infield practice during a visit to Ebbets Field to listen to Glady's Gooding play the ballpark organ, “Gee, I like that organ.”

But of course, not everyone was a fan of organ music.

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2020-12-02 19:15:39
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ruorou nan
Answered 2020-11-25 09:32:24

如果要认真讲来,古文写作的文法和逻辑,实在是很认真的。只是古今文法运用不同,就显出它的逻辑也有点矛盾。尤其古代由于印刷不发达,所以古文尽量要求文句简练,一个字往往代表了一个观念,含意又深又多,于是后世就难得读懂了。

例如宋代欧阳修奉命修《唐史》的时候,有一天,他和那些助理的翰林学士们,出外散步,看到一匹马在狂奔,踩死路上一条狗。欧阳修想试一试他们写史稿作文章的手法,于是请大家以眼前的事,写出一个提要——大标题。有一个说:“有犬卧于通衢,逸马蹄而杀之。”有一个说:“马逸于街衢,卧犬遭之而毙。”欧阳修说,照这样作文写一部历史,恐怕要写一万本也写不完。他们就问欧阳修,那么你准备怎么写?欧阳修说:“逸马杀犬于道”六个字就清楚了。这便是古今文字不同的一例,再看第一个人的文句,就好像明代一般文字的句法。第二人的,好像宋代的句法。其实,时代愈向后来,思想愈繁复,文字的运用也就愈多了。——《孟子旁通》

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Christopher Rhoden
Answered 2020-11-23 17:25:16

Ballpark music performed by an organist debuted at Chicago's Wrigley Field in 1941, and had spread to most other Major League parks by the 1960s. Beginning in the mid-1970s, pre-recorded pop and Rock Music began to supplement the organ music (or replace it entirely) at many ballparks.

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ruorou nan
Answered 2020-11-22 07:06:11

孟子告诉别人——也可能是告诉他的学生,这位魏国新王,还有更妙的事。梁襄王见到孟子,既没有寒暄,也没有礼貌,招呼也不打一个,连“叟”都不史一下了。忽然间毫不客气地、冒冒失失、没头没脑地捅出一个不着边际的问题来:“怎么定天下?”于是孟子只好答复他:“定于一。”

这一个“一”是什么?一个人?一件事?一个原则?一个战略?或一个国家?到底是“一”个什么?好比佛家参禅的话头,看不出一个确定的意义,你爱怎么想就怎么去想吧。!

可是这位“不见所畏”的公子哥儿想的是一个人,而且这个人就是我襄王自己。所以马上接口问孟子:“哪一个人可以定天下?”这时孟子就他的话告诉他:“只有那个不喜欢杀人的人,才能够定天下。”这时候襄王才明白,孟子所说定天下的人,并不是他梁襄王,而是不喜欢杀人的人。

不杀人的人就能定天下。如果在现代这个时代,我们依文释义,这句话似乎就不通,没有道理。你我不要说不喜欢杀人,即使杀一只鸡也害怕,难道就可以定天下?果真如此,则人人可以定天下了。当然,我们不能作这样的解释。孟子这句话,是指当时那个时代的君主而言。在战国时代的人主——民众的家长,是可以随自己的喜恶,任意杀人,有绝对的杀人权利,没有权能分别的法令,没有绝对合理的规章,人主不必守法,可以生人,也可以杀人。所以孟子这句话,是对当时有杀人特权的人主们而言。

梁襄王说:假如一个人主不杀人,那有谁和他在一起肯来帮忙他呢?大概战国时代,各国君主,都以杀人为务,以杀人来立威,使人畏惧,因为怕被杀而跟着走。自幼在这种人主可以随意杀人的观念下长大的梁襄王,听孟子说不杀人可以定天下,感到意外,所以才问出“孰能与之”这句话来。

孟子听到这个无知的问题,还是开导他,告诉他:“假如今天有一个爱护百姓,不随意杀人的人主,则天下的人都会和他在一起。”孟子还怕他听不懂这个道理,于是又改用比喻的方式开导他说:“您对于田地里禾苗生长的情形,是一定知道的。每年到了七、八月的时候,如果久不下雨,田地干旱,稻子没有水分滋养,眼看就要枯萎了。正当这个时候,炎阳高照的万里晴空中,突然涌来弥漫着水汽的云层,接着充沛的雨水如注地降下来,很快地,那田地里本来已经垂头弯腰,快要枯萎的稻子,就又有了生气,欣欣向荣地伸直了禾杆,生气勃勃地复活成长起来。像这股充沛的滋润力,是自然的法则,又有谁阻挡得了呢?”

可慨叹的,孟子这个枯苗的比喻,恰好就是乱世败政——如战国时代人生境况的写照。

在古代历史上,碰到乱世的时代,人命真如枯苗草营,有野心的诸侯们,大都是走“残民以逞”——满足私欲的路线。读了《孟子》这一节书,由乱离人命如草管枯苗,使人联想到明代沈明臣的诗句——“杀人如草不闻声”这沉痛的描述。

接着孟子又说:“今天那些统领人的人主们,各国的国君们,没有一个不是好大喜功,杀人如麻而无动于衷。倘使其中有一位大仁大义的国君,能够施行仁政,体恤百姓,不随意杀伐征战的话,那么天下的老百姓,一个个都会伸长了脖子仰望着,期待着这位君主的领导。如果真的有一天,出现了这样的君主,发生了这样的情形,那么百姓们就会像往下冲的巨流般地归向他。这股自然的趋势,哪里是人力所能阻挡得了的呢?那么这个不好杀人的君主,当然就可以统一天下了。”——《孟子旁通》

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ruorou nan
Answered 2020-11-19 00:22:43

识人如辨物,那一种似是而非的赝品,最会把人难倒,玉和石,是很容易分辨得出来的。但是遇到一块很像玉的石头,那么珠宝店的专家,也感到头痛了。至于评断宝剑也是一样,普通的生铁所铸,锋刃不利的,一望而知。但是样子很像什么干将、莫邪的古代名剑,也会令古董商人头痛。物因如此,对人的认识就更难。因为人是活着的,是动的,会自我巧饰,所以一个很贤能的君主,也怕遇到那种耍嘴皮子能说善道的辩士,弄得不好就误认他是有真才实学的通人,予以重用而终于误国。历史上更有许多亡国之君,看来非常聪明;一些亡国之臣,看来非常忠心的。例如大家最崇拜的诸葛亮,也把马谡看走了眼,而自叹不如刘备的知人。

鉴识人,见其器度困难,即使是从言默举止有了认识,也是不够的,还必须要更深入地了解他的个性。在荀悦的《申鉴》中,有一段讨论到气度的反面个性说:

“人之性,有山峙渊停者,患在不通。”一个稳如山岳,太持重的人,做起事来,往往不能通达权宜。“严刚贬绝者,患在伤士。”处世太严谨刚烈,除恶务尽的人,往往会因小的漏失而毁了人才。“广大阔荡者,患在无检。”过分宽大的人,遇事又往往不知检点,流于怠情简慢,马马虎虎。“和顺恭慎者,患在少断。”对人客客气气,内心又特别小心谨慎的人,在紧急状况下,重要关键处,则没有当机立断的魄力。“端悫清洁者,患在狭隘。”做人方方正正,丝毫不苟取的人,又有拘拘缩缩,施展不开的缺点。“辩通有辞者,患在多言。”那种有口才的人,则常犯话多的毛病,言多必失,多言是要不得的。“安舒沉重者,患在后世。”安于现实的人,一定不会乱来,但他往往是跟不上时代的落伍者。“好古守经者,患在不变。”尊重传统,守礼守常的,又往往会食古而不化,死守着古老的教条,于是就难有进步。“勇毅果敢者,患在险害。”现代语所谓有冲劲,有干劲的人,在相反的一面,又容易造成危险的祸害。

所以认识了一个人的气度,同时还要看他这一种气度在反面有什么缺陷,那么“事上”也好,“用下”也好,才能达到知人善任的目的。

孟子一见到梁襄王,就说他“望之不似人君”。这是孟子的善于识人。历史上的确有许多不像皇帝的职业皇帝,尤其是生下来就是太子的人,常有不像样的。野史的资料,记载朱元璋统一全国以后,有一次拿起元朝后代皇帝的画像来看,他说:“左看右看,只像是个牛医,哪里像个君临天下的帝王相。”牛医就是兽医的意思。清代最后一个皇帝宣统,有许多人是见过的,他的照片,大家差不多都看过,虽然清秀,但却带着点“我见犹怜”的味道,的确也是“望之不似人君”的一种典型。

从“望之似人君,就之而不见所畏焉。”这两句话,就知道孟子的心目中,已经认为这位魏国新王是扶植不起来的,这时也已经注定了孟子将要离开魏国的命运。——《孟子旁通》

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Saiful Islam
Answered 2020-11-17 05:06:46

This past Tuesday was the 75th anniversary of the first-ever performance of live organ music at a Major League Baseball game. Ballpark organists Josh Kantor, who plays for the Boston Red Sox, and Bobby Cressey, organist for the San Diego Padres, share the unexpected history of music at the ballpark, starting with that first performance on April 26, 1941 at the Chicago Cubs' Wrigley Field by organist Ray Nelson.

"He probably was pretty famous," Cressey says. "There were a lot more people back then that used to play the organ, so I’m sure it wasn’t just anybody that they picked."

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ruorou nan
Answered 2020-11-16 00:40:39

另外在历史上有两件关于人的器度的故事。也足以证明人的器度,的确是他的内涵修养气质的表现。晋朝著名的奸雄,也是历史上一位半成功的人物——桓温,他代蜀打到了川东,在白帝城看到了几堆砌起的石头,据说是诸葛亮当年作战时,依奇门遁甲,克敌制胜而摆下的八阵图。这时桓温自认为了不起,觉得诸葛亮也不过如此。因而表现出一副很自豪的态度,便向身边一名在年轻时候、曾经跟随过诸葛亮的老兵说:“你是跟过诸葛丞相的,今日你看看我和诸葛公比较起来怎样?”这位老兵最初连声说:“差不多!差不多!威风差不多,可是……”顿了一下,他又叹了一口气说:“我跟过诸葛丞相许多年,可是诸葛丞相死后,这几十年来,又看了这许多人,可就没有一个比得上诸葛丞相。”桓温听了这位老兵的结论,脸都发白了。

桓温平日就很自我欣赏他的雄姿、风度、气质,认为和晋宣帝、刘琨他们的气质不相上下。他征伐了秦国回来的时候,收买了一个年纪大的女仆人,查问之下,这个女仆人,以前就是刘琨的女仆,自然是熟识刘琨的。这个老女仆一见到桓温的时候,就禁不住流下眼泪饮泣起来,同时对桓温说,“您很像刘司马”。桓温听了她这句话,正中下怀,高兴得不得了,可是还不自满足,再把帽子戴戴好,衣服拉拉平,弄得更端端正正,又问这个女仆,“你再仔细看我,到底像刘司马——像到什么程度?”这个女人一面仔细看他,一面说:“您的面貌很像,就是面皮薄了一点,不像他那么福泰;眼睛也很像,可惜小了一点,再大一点就好;嗯,胡须的样子很像很像,可惜您是红胡子,不像他的乌亮;整个身材也差不多,奈何您不及他高;声音也像,但是您的声音有点娘娘腔。”这个老仆妇,奉命评头品脚,谈了老半天,说得什么都像,可是什么都差一点,都不像。把一个桓温气得摘下帽子,脱了袍子,干脆跑去蒙头大睡,好几天都不快活。此外,例如许劭看曹操,便说他是“治世之能臣,乱世之奸雄。”曹操问裴潜说:“卿昔与刘备共在荆州,卿以备才如何?”裴潜说:“使居中国,能乱人,不能为治二若乘边守险,足为一方之主。”这些有关历史人物的评鉴,都是绝顶聪明的人旁观者清的智慧之语,当然不是全仗看鼻子、眼睛等五官相法而论人物的。————《孟子旁通》

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Answered 2020-11-14 13:07:47

魏国的新王——襄王即位了,第一次召见孟子,孟子去了,可是两人见面谈话的情形和内容,没有作客观的直接记述,只说孟子见了襄王以后,出来了。然后由当事人之一的孟子对别人说:这位新王,一眼看上去,给人的第一印象,就不像个皇帝。“望之不似人君”这句话,成了名言,成了大家的口头话。几千年来,直到今天,大家常会借用这句话去批评别人,每个人都可以体会一下,当借用这一句话去批评别人时,自己的心理、情绪上,是什么状况,那一种心理状态也是颇为复杂、微妙而难以形容的。

孟子又补充一句说:等到接近他时,再仔细地看看,他一点谦虚之德都没有,一点恐惧戒慎的心情也没有。我们知道一个越是有德的人,当他的地位越高,临事时就越是恐惧,越加小心谨慎。尤其当时的魏国,在战略地理上,处于四战之地,强邻环伺,而又已经打了几次大败仗,正是国势不振的时候,他应该知道,这个国君是不好当的。别说是这样一个国际现势,就是天下太平,身居如此高位,也该诚惶诚恐才对,可是梁襄王一副公子哥儿的作风,满不在乎的样子。所以孟子说他“就之而不见所畏焉”。不但一国君主应该戒慎恐惧,就是一个平民,平日处世也应该如此,否则的话,稍稍有一点收获,就志得意满。赚了一千元,高兴得一夜睡不着,这就叫做“器小易盈”,有如一个小酒杯,加一点水就满溢出来了,像这样的人,是没有什么大作为的。

这两句话,是孟子叙述他观察梁襄王以后所得的印象,好像是替梁襄王看相。当然,这个看相不是看眼睛如何?鼻子如何?运气又怎样?这是一般江湖术士的看相术。中国的传统文化中,对于“识人”的学问,有好几部书。汉末有刘劭的《人物志》。最近的有清代曾国藩的《冰鉴》。《人物志》,可视之为看相的书,也就是识人之学。所谓“形名”之书,也可看作是现代研究人事管理,不可不读的书。里面是讨论人的器宇、器度、神态等问题。其实说到看相,中国很早远在战国时代就有。在汉代有一个著名的相人者名叫许负,名声普闻朝野,看相看得很准。当然,也有一些是献媚的小人,对人说些好听的话,一味地阿谀奉承,这是另外一回事。但从一个人外在的言默举止,而看他的内在品德修养,也是一件很难的事。以现代的名辞来说,就是品质问题。现代的工业产品,要加强品质管制,就是每一种产品,有它一定程度的规格,这种规格,就是起码的品质。产品有一定品质,出厂前要用科学方法,精密仪器鉴定,超过标准规定的是优良品质,不及的就是不良品质,必须淘汰。人也有各人的品质。人之所以成功,自有他器度,有优良的品质。而看人的器度好坏,也如同鉴定东西品质好坏,从外形上即可看出一样,从人的言默举止之间,即可看出此人之气质如何。如所谓“龙凤之姿,天日之表”等对帝王人物的评语,就是对器度的描写。如形容汉高祖的隆准、龙颜等等,表面像龙的那个样子,鼻子高高的,下面大大的像一颗独蒜头,嘴巴阔到耳根边,睁大了两个眼睛,好看不好看呢?不去管他。也有人说明太祖朱元璋的相很像猪,指现在故宫博物院收藏的那张朱元璋画像是假的,而在庐山天池寺的一张才是真的。我看过庐山天池寺那一张被指为真的明太祖画像,真的就像一个猪头,所谓五岳朝天,嘴唇特厚。在我看来,庐山那张是假的,故宫那张是真的才对,否则一个皇帝长成那个猪头样子,实在难看!事实上也不可能。这是讲历史故事的闲话。——《孟子旁通》

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Answered 2020-11-12 12:51:00

Ballpark music performed by an organist debuted at Chicago's Wrigley Field in 1941, and had spread to most other Major League parks by the 1960s. Beginning in the mid-1970s, pre-recorded pop and rock music began to supplement the organ music (or replace it entirely) at many ballparks.

On April 26th 1941 at Wrigley Field, Ray Nelson played the first strains of organ music ever heard at a Major League baseball game. During the game he was limited to playing only songs written by BMI writers, not ASCAP writers, which means about half of all written songs would have been off limits.

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Answered 2020-11-08 13:14:46

谈到五代的诗,又令人想起五代时冯道的典故来。冯道这个人,后代批评他无耻。指责他自称儒者,竟然“有奶便是娘”,前后做了后唐、后晋、后汉、后周四个朝代十个皇帝的官。

但是深入地仔细研究冯道的诗文以及他为官时的作为,当可知道,在他心目中,五代时的那些君主,都是不值得去尽忠的。他之所以历代为官,目的并不在于贪图富贵,而是怕五代那些外族皇帝乱来,毁了中华文化。为了保全中华民族的传统文化,才不得已厕身于那乱世中的宦途,甚至冒天下之大不题和后世的误解而为官。

这并不是故意捧他,而是有事迹可寻的。像后唐的明宗皇帝李嗣源,就是一个目不识丁的人,各方来的奏章他都不会看,要叫别人读给他听。这位老粗皇帝即位后的第二年,全国丰收,自然很高兴,也不再粗里粗气,一副不像皇帝的样子了,懂得斯斯文文,从从容容和冯道谈起国内丰收、四方无事的乐事。

这时冯道并没有一味圆滑、锦上添花地顺着明宗说话,他却对明宗说:“我以前在先帝庄宗幕府做事的时候,有一次奉命出使到中山去,经过井陉县。那里的地形非常险恶,路况又不好,崎岖不平的,我深恐摔下马来跌死了,所以两手紧紧地抓住缓绳辔口,两腿用力夹住马身,小心翼翼地走,才侥幸没有出事。等走过了这段险路,到达平坦大道上的时候,心理上放松了,手脚也放松了。可不料在这平坦大道上,却狼狈地摔下马来,跌了一大跤。所以我想到,身为一个国家领导人,从事天下国家大业的时候,大概更要时时留意。”

他就这样浇了明宗一头冷水。这盆冷水当然不敢直泼,以免惹祸,于是拐了许多弯子,也可见他用心良苦。

这位不识字的皇帝,倒蛮有器量的,听了冯道的反调,不但没有生气,反而认为冯道的话很有道理,甚至有一点向冯道讨好的意味,接着问冯道说:“今年虽然丰收了,老百姓的粮食够吃了吗?”这种态度和刚刚志得意满的味道不同了,一副忧国忧民的样子。

可是冯道还是没有阿谀奉承的话,他还是讲实际的情形和正确的道理。所以他说:“农家在歉收的凶年,很可能会饿死。如果是丰收,则所谓谷贱伤农,谷米多了,卖不出高价,还是吃亏受损。所以无论是丰收或歉收,农民的生活都是很苦。我记得进士聂夷中曾经有这样一首诗:‘二月卖新丝,五月粜新谷。医得眼前疮,剜却心头肉。’这首诗虽然句子很白话,没有什么文学价值,可是委婉地写尽了种田人家的实在情形,在士农工商四民之中,农民是最辛劳也是最困苦的,这是身为人主不可不知道的。”

明宗听了他这些话,大为高兴,立刻命令旁边的人,把聂夷中的这首诗记录下来,并且要常常朗诵给他听。

我们引述这些历史故事以后,对于孟子这几句精炼的话,才能够有深刻的认识,而了解他在中国文化政治哲学中的重要性,就不会觉得孟子的话枯燥无味,平淡无奇了。

同时,把历史和经书综合起来研究以后,我们更可以发现中国历史几千年来的一大缺失,就是农田水利问题。直到现代,还没有获得彻底圆满的解决。如冯道所说“丰凶两病,惟农家为然。”的农村情形,自汉、唐、宋、元、明、清历代中,除了各有一段极短时期例外,农村都是如此困苦,未获解决。

只有现在三十年来,积极改良土地,建设水库水坝,再加配肥等等措施及农技,才免除了凶年歉收的现象。丰收中又实施了以高市价的标准价格,收购余粮,避免了谷贱伤农的弊病。——《孟子旁通》

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Answered 2020-11-06 16:27:12

Ballpark music performed by an organist debuted at Chicago's Wrigley Field in 1941, and had spread to most other Major League parks by the 1960s. Beginning in the mid-1970s, pre-recorded pop and rock music began to supplement the organ music (or replace it entirely) at many ballparks.

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Answered 2020-11-05 02:13:53

孟子对梁惠王指出了魏国当时的不良政风,更加强了语气说,这样狗食人食的情形,你不做一番检讨;路上饿死了人,你也没有开仓发粮去救济。透过这两句话,我们就知道,魏国的政治的确不好。所以孟子就针对梁惠王自夸移民输粮的话,加强了语气说,在这样狗食人食,途有饿莩的情形下,你还自夸河东凶年移民河内,把河内粮食送到河东就是德政。对于死了的人,你还说是天灾,是凶年造成的,并不是政治不好。这种说法,和用刀杀了人,而后说不是我杀的,是刀杀的,又有什么两样?

最后,孟子说,你不必把这些造成人民痛苦的责任,推到天灾荒年上去。如能自己检讨,承认在政治上还没有真正为民谋福利,然后向王道的政治上去努力,那么就可以使天下归心,大家都会拥护你,钦仰你,到你魏国来的人民自然就多了。

读了这段记载,又使人想到五代的一些故事。在唐末以后,乃至于历代变乱的时候,中原的知识分子和高阶层人士,多向南方逃到广东、福建一带避乱。唐人诗所说的“避地衣冠尽向南”,就是这一阶段的事。唐末有一个藩镇王审知,在福建拥兵割据,他的后代曾自称闽王。王审知倒很有大量,收罗了这些自北边逃来的文人名士,都在福建落籍,名诗人韩惺就是其中之一。他在当时目睹唐末的现况,所作的诗中曾有“千村冷落如寒食,不见人烟只见花”的句子,这是何等凄凉的景象(在古代,清明节前二日为寒食节,禁火三天,全国都不举烟火,没有炊烟)。走遍了上千的村落,像是在寒食节的日子,看不见人烟,而郊野的山花,依然开放,却没有人去欣赏,又是多么落寞。光是这诗人笔下的风光,就够使人酸鼻的了。

在明代张式之抚闽的时候,亦有“除夕不须烧爆竹,四山烽火照人红”的诗句,描写战乱的景象。

至于五代诗人杜荀鹤的诗,就是把战乱中的百姓苦难,刻画得更详尽而深刻了。在这里介绍他十首时世吟中的两首,就可见其一斑:

夫因兵乱守蓬茆,麻芒裙衫鬓发焦。

桑拓废来犹纳税,田园荒尽尚征苗。

时挑野菜和根煮,旋砍生柴带叶烧。

任是深山更深处,也应无计避征摇。

其二云:

八十衰翁住破村,村中牢落不堪论。

因供寨木无桑拓,为点乡兵绝子孙。

还似升平催赋税,未曾州县略安存。

至今鸡犬皆星散,落日西山哭倚门。

用文艺的眼光看,这两首七律,不但是诗中有画,而且画中有泪又有血,可不就是孟子见梁惠王时,所说“狗彘食人食,途有饿莩”的放大么?这正如清末日据时期台湾诗人王松的诗说:“不合时宜知多少,生逢乱世做人难。”——《孟子旁通》

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Answered 2020-10-28 13:53:25

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Ballpark music performed by an organist debuted at Chicago's Wrigley Field in 1941, and had spread to most other Major League parks by the 1960s. Beginning in the mid-1970s, pre-recorded pop and rock music began to supplement the organ music (or replace it entirely) at many ballparks

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Answered 2020-11-27 09:07:19

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Answered 2020-11-04 21:13:00

lol one time i was at a mlb game and i played the organ lmfao

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Answered 2020-11-13 14:37:07

On April 26th 1941 at Wrigley Field, Ray Nelson played the first strains of organ music ever heard at a Major League baseball game.

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Answered 2020-10-29 13:17:24

that first performance on April 26, 1941 at the Chicago Cubs

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Answered 2020-10-29 13:18:01

Jul 09, 2020 · Organs became a part of baseball game entertainment because, in the early 20th century

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Answered 2020-10-26 12:30:17

No idea so just ignore this lol!!!!!!!

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Answered 2020-11-29 13:54:10
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Answered 2020-11-10 16:18:32

April 26th, 1941 at Wrigley Field

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Answered 2020-11-02 20:27:20

When organ music become associated with baseball?

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Answered 2020-11-26 11:11:21

pooooo

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2020-11-26 11:11:39
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Answered 2020-11-27 01:50:25

Ray

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Answered 2020-11-22 11:08:16

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Answered 2020-10-25 10:35:44

1930c

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Answered 2020-04-24 18:55:21

pooppopopopoopoopoopoopoopoopoopoopoopoopoopoopoopoopoopoopopopopopop nnnnnnnnnnnnnnna

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Anonymous
Answered 2020-04-28 19:32:40

When did organ music become associated with a baseball would be April 26th 1941

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Anonymous
Answered 2020-04-27 19:38:44

So if any one gets hit we already got the music

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Anonymous
Answered 2020-04-27 16:44:54

Someone dumb decided to play organ instead dumdum

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Answered 2020-04-27 02:46:13

I HAVE NO IDEA

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2020-10-21 19:19:56
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Anonymous
Answered 2020-04-24 18:44:27

April 26th 1941

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Anonymous
Answered 2020-04-28 01:46:43

when I was suckin dic

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Anonymous
Answered 2020-04-27 16:39:42

April 26th 1941

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Answered 2020-04-22 22:01:19

I don't even know

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Anonymous
Answered 2020-04-28 17:23:20

i dont know can you answer my qustion

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Anonymous
Answered 2020-04-27 17:53:14

When it wanted to

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Answered 2020-04-28 08:12:13

I don'tknow

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Anonymous
Answered 2020-04-28 13:38:27

piedmont

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Answered 2020-04-24 01:57:58

&bob

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Anonymous
Answered 2020-04-24 17:42:51

1956

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Answered 2020-04-24 10:08:56

i dont know

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Answered 2020-04-28 02:59:29

yes

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Answered 2020-04-23 19:16:59

1961

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Answered 2020-04-24 20:13:37

Pio

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