2 edition of An excellent new ballad to the tune of, How unhappy is Phillis in love found in the catalog.
An excellent new ballad to the tune of, How unhappy is Phillis in love
by Printed for Benjamin Harris ... sold by Langley Curtis in [London]
Written in English
|Other titles||How unhappy is Phillis in love|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1034:13|
|The Physical Object|
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The earliest broadside ballad with a tune direction is ZN, of cto the tune of "Kynge Salomon" (ZN, by Wm. Elderton,and without tune direction). ZN makes no sense. It was entered in /3, but was sung to "Damon and Pythias" (=ZN.
Philip Gordon is the author of this is a love poem but let's not be too straightforward about it ( avg rating, 2 ratings, 0 reviews, published )3/5(2). I Love the Look of Words By Maya Angelou Popcorn leaps, popping from the floor of a hot black skillet and into my mouth. Black words leap, snapping from the white page.
Rushing into my eyes. Sliding into my brain which gobbles them the way my tongue and teeth chomp the buttered popcorn. Come hearken Apollo my pitiful groan/ ZN| The Young-Mans Complaint for The Loss of his Mistris/ Tune: Excellent New Tune, I have lost my dear Mistris, &c./ P4 WCTP and M.
Coles [no Vere] [HH2 ]// Come hearken Apollo my pitiful moan/ The Young-Mans Complaint/ Tune: Excellent New Tune, I have lost my dear Mistris/ CR CVWC. In the seventeenth, and during the first quarter of the eighteenth century, the popular books were generally in 8vo form, i.e.
they consisted of a sheet of paper folded in eight, and making a book of sixteen pages; but during the other seventy-five years they were almost invariably 12mo, i.e.
a sheet folded into twelve, and making twenty-four. In North America the tune was included by Henry Beck in his commonplace book for the flute (, pg. 68, wherein it is noted in 6/8 time), Aaron Thompson (New Jersey, ), William Morris (Hunterdon County, New Jersey, ), and by Thomas Molyneaux in his flute copybook (Shelburne, Nova Scotia, ).
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The poems awaken us to an earthy and divine passion that is as real as it is contemporary. There is not a hair of awkwardness to the translations.5/5(3). "On the last analysis, then, love is life.
Love " - Henry Drummond quotes from An Excellent new Song, Called, The Young-Mans Answer to the Maids Garden of Tyme(original) notes in two places that the ballad opera tune is quite similar to "Love will find out the way." This ballad opera tune is quite similar to that of our last song above.
A text from a late broadside is given in R. Palmer's Oxford Book of Sea Songs. My colleagues engaged in the Shakespeare authorship question have been discussing the cryptic dedication of the Sonnets. The search continues for hidden meanings, anagrams, secret codes, etc., and I've no doubt that such information exists.
The design of the dedication has three inverted pyramids; each word is followed by a dot or period -- indicating.