English Madrigal Verse, 1588-1632

English Madrigal Verse, 1588-1632

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1920 edition. Excerpt: ... 6 Sweet, when thou singest I'll leave my careful nest 108 Jones 14-15 Take here my heart, I give it thee for ever. 219 Weelkes iii. 3 Take time while Time doth last... 92 Farmer 16 Tan ta ra, cries Mars on bloody rapier 225 Weelkes v. 7 Tell me, dear, fain would I know... 102 Hilton 13 That Muse, which sung the beauty of thy face. 113 Kirbye 16 The Ape, the Monkey, and Baboon did meet 226 Weelkes v. 10 The curtain drawn, I saw my love lie sleeping. 94 Farnaby 11 The eagle's force subdues each bird that flies. 62 Byrd iii. 1 The fawns and satyrs tripping.... 146 Triumphs 10 The flattering words, sharp glosses that men use. 91 Farmer 12 The gods have heard my vows....225 Weelkes v. 8 The greedy hawk with sudden sight of lure. 53 Byrd ii. 14 The heathen gods for love forsook their state. 72 Carlton 19 The hunt is up 183 Ravenscroft (Bennet) 1 The Lady Oriana 148 Triumphs 15 The longer that I live..... 155 Mundy 19 The love of change hath changed the world throughout...... 68 Carlton 1 Themanof uprightlife, whose guiltless heart is free 5 Alison 1-2 The match that's made for just and true respects 43 Byrd i. 26 The messenger of the delightful Spring.. 175 Pilkington i. 10 The nightingale in silent night 18 Bateson ii. 8 The nightingale, so pleasant and so gay. 52 Byrd ii. 9 The nightingale, so soon as April bringeth.. 1 1 Bateson i. 3 The nightingale, the organ of delight. 231 Weelkes v. 25 The nymphs and shepherds danced... 145 Triumphs 6 The sacred choir of angels sings... 10 Alison 24 The self-same things that gives me cause to die. 69 Carlton 3 The shepherd Claius, seeing....116 Lichfild 3-4 The shepherd Strephon loved fair Dorida The shepherds' daughters all are gone The silver swan, who living had no note The spring of joy is dry. The sturdy...show more

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  • Paperback | 194 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 10mm | 354g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236498658
  • 9781236498656