Select English Songs and Dialogues of the 16th and 17th Centuries, Livre 2
Boosey & Company, 1898
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Select English Songs and Dialogues: Of the 16th and 17th Centuries, Volume 2
Affichage du livre entier - 1912
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accented accompaniment Appoggiatura Aske Ayres Bass blood Book bound British Museum century circa cold comes composers copy Death Dialogues doth e're early edition English eyes fair feel flame Flowers give given Graces griefe grow HARVARD heart Henry Lawes hopes in-to ject John kind kisse light live London Lute main note mind Morn mourne MUSIC LIBRARY night original Ornaments perfect performed play pleasure present prety printed prove Published 1652 Robert Herrick Rock Roses scorn Second seen Select Set by Henry SEVENTEENTH shalt shee siege sigh'd sighes sing sire soft Song sound my death Springe stay STREET style sweet teares tell thee thine Thomas thou true turne whyte woes written
Page 3 - ... out the doleful knell, Let the sounde my dethe tell, For I must dye, There is no remedy, For now I dye. My paynes who can expres? Alas! they are so stronge, My dolor will not suffer strength My lyfe for to prolonge : Toll on the passinge bell, &c. Alone, in prison stronge, I wayle my destenye ; Wo worth this cruel hap that I Should taste this miserye. Toll on the passinge bell, &c.
Page 3 - Farewell, my pleasures past, Welcome, my present pain : I feel my torments so increase That life cannot remain. Cease now the passing bell, Rung is my doleful knell ; For the sound my death doth tell. Death doth draw nigh : Sound my end dolefully, For now I die.
Page 29 - O STRIKE the harp in praise of my love, the lonely sunbeam of Dunscaith ! — Strike the harp in praise of Bragela ! — She that I left in the isle of Mist, the spouse of...
Page 4 - With my love my life was nestled In the sum of happiness : From my love my life is wrested To a world of heaviness : O let love my life remove, Since I live not where I love.
Page 28 - Ask me why this Rose doth show All yellow, green, and sickly too ? Ask me why the stalk is weak And yielding each way, yet not break? I must tell you, These discover What doubts and fears are in a Lover. Burns was attracted by Urbani's idea that the air Todlin Home, though the set of 'the first bottle song that ever was composed
Page 10 - What if my mistress now will needs inconstant be ? Wilt thou be then so false in love as well as she? No, no, such falsehood flee though women faithless be. My mistress frowns and swears that now I love her not, The change she finds is that which my despair begot. Despair which is my lot since she all faith forgot.