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" That same day after dinner, my Lord of Hunsdean drew me up to a quiet gallery that I might hear some music ; but he said he durst not avow it, where I might hear the queen play upon the virginals. After I had hearkened awhile... "
The Progresses and Public Processions of Queen Elizabeth: Among which are ... - Page 289
1823 - 602 pages
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A Book of English Prose: Character and Incident, 1387-1649

English prose literature - 1894 - 395 pages
...gin she played well. I said, reasonably for a queen. That same day, after dinner, my Lord of Hunsdon drew me up to a quiet gallery, that I might hear some...where I might hear the Queen play upon the virginals. But after I had hearkened a while, I took by the tapestry that hung before the door of the chamber,...
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The Queens of England and Their Times: From Matilda, Queen of ..., Volume 2

Francis Lancelott - Queens - 1894
...played well ? I said, reasonably for л queen. That same day, after dinner, my Lord of Ilunsdun drew me up to a quiet gallery, that I might hear some music but he said ho durst not avow it where I might hear the Queen play upon the virginals. Aflrr I had hearkened...
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Shakespeare and Music

Music - 1896 - 225 pages
...is quoted by Hawkins from Melvil's Memoirs (Lond. " The same day, after dinner, my Lord of Hunsdean drew me up to a quiet gallery that I might hear some...virginals. After I had hearkened a while I took by [aside] the tapestry that hung before the door of the chamber, and stood a pretty space, hearing her...
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A Short History of Hampton Court

Ernest Philip Alphonse Law - Hampton Court (S.C.). - 1897 - 421 pages
...a quiet gallery of the palace to hear some music, where, though he said he durst not avow it, they might hear the Queen play upon the virginals. "After I had hearkened awhile," says Melville, " I took by the tapestry that hung before the door of the chamber, and seeing...
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SHAKESPEARE IN MUSIC

LOUIS C. ELSON - 1900
...He thus speaks of the incident in his " Memoirs : " " The same day after dinner, my Lord of Hunsden drew me up to a quiet gallery that I might hear some...queen play upon the virginals. After I had hearkened awhile I took by the tapestry that hung by the door of the chamber, and seeing her back was toward...
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Mary, Queen of Scots, 1542-1587: Extracts from the English, Spanish, and ...

Robert Sangster Rait - 1900 - 327 pages
...if she played well. I said, reasonably for a Queen. That same day after dinner, my Lord of Hunsden drew me up to a quiet gallery that I might hear some...where I might hear the Queen play upon the virginals. But after I had hearkened a while, I took by the tapestry that hung before the door of the chamber,...
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Source-book of English History: For the Use of Schools and Readers

Elizabeth Kimball Kendall - Great Britain - 1900 - 483 pages
...I said, reasonably for a Queen. ie Hunt- The same day after dinner, my Lord of Hunsden drew '"E on- me up to a quiet gallery that I might hear some music,...where I might hear the Queen play upon the virginals. But after I had hearkened a while, I took by the tapestry that hung before the door of the chamber,...
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Music and Morals

Hugh Reginald Haweis - Music - 1900 - 566 pages
...Melvil," 1683, ambassador from Mary Queen of Scots to Queen Elizabeth : " After dinner my Lord of Hundsen drew me up to a quiet gallery, that I might hear some musick (but he said that he durst not avow it), where I might hear the Queen (Elizabeth) play upon...
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Hampton Court: A Short History of the Royal Manor and Palace

Ernest Philip Alphonse Law - Great Britain - 1900 - 421 pages
...a quiet gallery of the palace to hear some music, where, though he said he durst not avow it, they might hear the Queen play upon the virginals. "After I had hearkened awhile," says Melville, " I took by the tapestry that hung before the door of the chamber, and seeing...
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The English novel in the time of Shakespeare

Jean Jules Jusserand - English fiction - 1903 - 433 pages
...of Hunsdean drew me up to a quiet gallery, that 1 might hear some musick, but he said that he du1st not avow it, where I might hear the Queen play upon the virginals. After I had hearkned a while, I took up the tapistry that hung before the door of the chamber, and seeing her back...
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