Eight Ballets and Madrigals: 1598, Volume 13 (Google eBook)

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Joseph Williams, 1895 - Madrigals, English
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Page 1 - THE object of this Edition is to present in an accessible form various works by English composers of the sixteenth, seventeenth, and eighteenth centuries, which would otherwise be difficult to obtain. It is intended to reprint a selection from the music hidden away in public and private libraries, which is almost unknown, except to antiquaries and collectors of rare books. Each volume will be accompanied by Introductions, Biographical Notices, and references to the authorities whence...
Page 21 - Give me my heart, and I will go, Or else forsake your wonted no. No, no, no. But since my dear doth doubt me, With no I mean to flout thee.
Page 8 - Wilkes five schillings to my daughter Katherine Wilkes five shillings And all the rest of my goods lands chattells and hereditaments whatsoever to my daughter Alice Wilkes and doe as is before menc'oned and expressed make him the sayd Henry Drinkwater my full and absolute Executor of this my last Will and Testament.
Page 22 - GIVE me my heart, and I will go, Or else forsake your wonted ' no '. But since my dear doth doubt me, With ' no ' I mean to flout thee. Now is there hope we shall agree, When double ' no ' imparteth ' yea '. If that be so, my dearest, With ' no
Page 20 - SWEET heart, arise, why do you sleep, When lovers wanton sports do keep ? The sun doth shine, the birds do sing, And May delight and joy doth bring, Then join we hands and dance till night, 'Tis pity Love should want his right.
Page 17 - SWEET love, I will no more abuse thee ; Nor with my voice accuse thee ; But tune my notes unto thy praise, And tell the world love ne'er decays. Sweet love doth concord ever cherish, What wanteth concord soon doth perish...
Page 18 - AYhilst youthful sports are lasting, To feasting turn our fasting ; With revels and with wassails, Make grief and care our vassals. Fa la. For youth it well beseemeth, That pleasure he esteemeth : And sullen age is hated, That mirth would have abated. Fa la! The Boar's head and the Wassail bowl were the two most important aceessories to Christmas in the olden time, and there are .. frequent brief allusions to the latter,' in the vi works of our early English poets. The phrase '• Wassail...
Page 7 - Application is to be made by letter addressed to the President of the Probate, Divorce, and Admiralty Division of the High Court of Justice, at "The Principal Probate Registry, Somerset House, London," with " Department for Literary Inquiry " in the corner of the envelope.
Page 8 - ... And all the rest of my goods lands chattells and hereditaments whatsoever to my daughter Alice Wilkes and doe as is before menc'oned and expressed make him the sayd Henry Drinkwater my full and absolute Executor of this my last Will and Testament. In wittness whereof I have hereunto put my hand...
Page 5 - Zugelassen wurde er darauf am 13. Juli 1602. In den Universitätsregistern (Oxford hist, society II Part I 31) findet sich dazu folgende Bemerkung: 'Intelligendum est quod nee dictus Thomas Weelks nee quisquam alius est ex fundatione sociorum in Collegio Novi si gratiam proponat aut in congregatione aut in convocatione.' Dies bezieht sich auf folgendes Privilegium des New College (Oxford hist, society II part I 30) : 'Members on the foundation of New College were, by an agreement with their founder,...

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