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Page 89 - I'VE been roaming ! I've been roaming ! Where the meadow dew is sweet, And like a queen I'm coming With its pearls upon my feet.
Page 95 - But by long absence your truth has been tried, Still to your accents I listen with pride, Blest as I was when I sat by your side, Long, long ago, long ago.
Page 105 - So some must wander to the East, and some must wander West; Some seek the white wastes of the North, and some a Southern nest; Yet never shall they sleep so sweet as on your mother breast. The whip of hunger scourged them from the glens and quiet moors, But...
Page 97 - I love her till I die. Cupid is winged, and doth range Her country, — so my Love doth change : But change the earth or change the sky, Yet will I love her till I die.
Page 68 - PIANO a) One of the most generally admired of Liszt's songs. Its simplicity of utterance demands a corresponding' simplicity in rendition, yet expressive of deepest feeling-.
Page 69 - К dolce a) Note that the arpeggio is prescribed in the bass only. Throughout the song the player must be careful not to make arpeggios where they are not marked, and must exercise the utmost discretion in the use of the Pedal.
Page 94 - BAYLY (1797-1889) 1. Tell me the tales that to me were so dear, 2. Do you re _ mem _ ber the path where we met, 3.
Page 93 - I'm com - ing To my bow- er back a - gain, О - ver 90 lib. Г com -ing, and I'm com - ing To my bow- er back a - gain, To my f - ^I Г i: л. Äk ) Ь...
Page 64 - The accompaniment from here to the end of the song- is worthy of study, being- not quite so easy as it appears.
Page 103 - Hi. 3 fih go - ing, go - ing, go go - ing, shy - eyed col ing from the leens, and val - leys and the lads so straight and 3.