3 edition of The muses melody in a consort of poetrie found in the catalog.
The muses melody in a consort of poetrie
|Other titles||The muses melody|
|Statement||composed by the author Tho. Jordan|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1444:24|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||44|
Full text of "Satirical poems of the time of the reformation;" See other formats. Revelation, divides the whole Book as a Tragedy, into Acts distinguisht each by a Chorus of Heavenly Harpings and Song between. Heretofore Men in highest dignity have labour’d not a little to be thought able to compose a Tragedy. Of that honour Dionysius the elder was no less ambitious, then before of his attaining to the Tyranny.
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Get this from a library. The muses melody in a consort of poetrie: with diverse occasionall and compendious epistles. [Thomas Jordan]. Jordan, Thomas, “On a Citizen that was so unreasonably jealous of his wife, that he durst not trust her with the neerest in blood of her own kindred”, in The Muses Melody in a Consort of Poetrie with Diverse Occasionall and Compendious Epistles.
The golden book of St. John Chrysostom, concerning the education of children translated out of the Greek by J.E., Esq. The muses melody in a consort of poetrie with diverse occasionall and compendious epistles / composed by the author Tho.
Jordan. the Kings Most Sacred Majesty and His Royal Consort, Their Royal Highnesses the Duke and. Full text of "The defense of poesy ; otherwise known as An apology for poetry" See other formats.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The Complaint of Poetrie for the Death of Liberalitie seems to be an imitation of Spenser's Teares of the Muses. More interesting are the Poems: in divers humors at the end of the booklet, for among them are the sonnet 'If Musique and sweet Poetrie agree,' and the 'Ode' beginning 'As it fell upon a day,' which were long ascribed erroneously to.
and of the history of the english language, from the norman conquest; with numerous specimens. by george l. craik, ll.d., late professor of history and of english literature in queen’s college, belfast. fifth edition. london: charles griffin and company, stationers’ hall court.
The Muse: a little book of art & letters. (Oakland, California: The Lotos Club, ), by Calif.) Lotos Club (Oakland (page images at HathiTrust) The Muse Among the Motors, by Rudyard Kipling (HTML at ) Muse and mint, (Boston, Sherman, French & Company, ), by Walter Seymour Percy (page images at HathiTrust).
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[All Eights reserved^] CLAY ANl> TAYLOK, PRINTERS. PREFACE. some time I HAVE been for in the habit of marking in an inter. The book moves more freely as he reaches Greek and Roman times. The characters of some of the great men are given with much insight and point, and he brings his commonsense to bear in criticising the conduct of leaders and generals.
As the book goes on, his references to modern history in illustration of his story grow more frequent. There is a more elaborate setting in Marsh MS Lute Book, no.p.and it is given the title ‘Galiard Labandala shotta’ in the Willoughby Lute Book, no, 19, fols.
22v – as Simpson notes, these latter two lute settings establish a forty-bar tune which fits the ten-line stanza of ballads naming the tune. Both of these songs can be see to be similar to "The Kettlebender" which is printed with music in The Muses Delight, Liverpool, p. 99, The tune of the latter appeared with the same title in J.
Oswald's Caledonian Pocket Companion, B c "The Kettlebender" although scored in common time, sounds like an Irish jig, and it has been. The ballad of the Nutbrowne Mayd was first revived in The Muses Mercury for June,4to. being prefaced with a little Essay on the old English Poets and Poetry; in which this poem is concluded to be "near years old," upon reasons which, though they appear inconclusive to us now, were sufficient to determine Prior, who there first met.
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EEBO-TCP.\n. Anonymous (). Here begynneth the prologue or prohemye of the book callid. This book, the first full-length study specifically devoted to Byrd's English-texted music, provides a close reading of all of the works he published in the late s, constituting nearly half of his total song output.
It delves into the musical, political, literary, and, specifically, the sequential qualities of Byrd's and published. HESPERIDES: OR, THE WORKS BOTH HUMANE & DIVINE OF ROBERT HERRICK Esq.
OVID. Effugient avidos Carmina nostra Rogos. LONDON, Printed for John Williams, and Francis Eglesfield, and are to be sold by Tho: Hunt, Book-seller in Exon. Title: The English lyrics of the Henry VIII manuscript: Creator: Siemens, Raymond G. Date Issued: Description: The Henry VIII MS (BL Additional MS 31,)—a song book with lyrics by Henry VIII, Thomas Wyatt, William Cornish, and other literary figures of the early Henrician court—is a document that contributes greatly to a critical understanding of the connections between poetry Author: Raymond G.
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