2 edition of English song-books 1651-1702 found in the catalog.
English song-books 1651-1702
Cyrus Lawrence Day
by Oxford University Press, for Bibliographical Society in London
Written in English
|Statement||by Cyrus Lawrence Day and EleanoreBoswell Murrie.|
|Contributions||Murrie, Eleanore Boswell.|
LIST OF FOLKLORE BOOKS SCOTICA & RELATED WORKS IN POSSESSION OF M.S. English Song-Books A Bibliography with a first-line index of songs. The Viking Book of Folk Ballads of the English-Speaking World. NY: Viking, , xxxv, pp. Book Reviews ("Mein lieber Schwan!"), Lohengrin's farewell from Wagner's Lohengrin, act 3. They state that the label of the published This volume is a sequel to English Song-Books, , by Cyrus Lawrence Day and Eleanore Boswell Murrie (London: Bibliographical Society, ). Like its pre-.
For printed song books containing the same repertoire, a thorough and extensive chronological bibliography, with multiple indexes, is: Day, Cyrus Lawrence, and Eleanore Boswell Murrie. English Song-Books, A Bibliography with a First-Line Index of Songs. Works Frequently Cited xi , compiled and edited by Judith Milhous and Robert D. Hume, 2 vols. (Carbondale: Southern Illinois Univ. Press, ). Downes, Roscius Anglicanus John Downes, Roscius Anglicanus, or an Histor- ical Review of the Stage (), ed. Judith Milhous and Robert D. Hume (London: Society for Theatre.
A bibliography, with a first-line index of songs (London: Bibliographical Society, ); and Chadwyck-Healey's The English Poetry Full-Text Database CD-ROM (). The Index of Poetry in Printed Miscellanies, is an ongoing project, and is regularly updated. While I have tried to identify as many poems as I can, many have remained. The most useful account of Oxford musical life is B. Bellingham, ‘The Musical Circle of Anthony Wood in Oxford during the Commonwealth and Restoration’, Journal of the Viola da Gamba Society of America, xix (), 6–70, though it will be superseded in part by P. Gouk, ‘Music in Seventeenth-Century Oxford’, when the History of the University of Oxford, iv: – ashleyllanes.com by: 1.
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In this book, Anthony J. Harper first studies the songs of the two great models of the time, Martin Opitz and Paul Fleming, following this with an analysis of the song-books and collections from three regions: the North-East, Central Germany, and the North.
The procedure is thus both historical and geographical. English song-books, a bibliography with a firstline index of songs. Evans, Charles. American bibliography: a chronological dictionary of all books, pamphlets, and periodical publications printed in the United States of America from the genesis of Author: Bjorn Olofsson.
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Sir John Stainer, Catalogue of English song books, forming a portion of the library of Sir John Stainer, with appendices of foreign song books, collections of carols, books on bells.
London, C. Day and E. Murrie, English song booksa bibliography. London. Bib Soc, Indicating locations in the Harding collection. English Drama, (Philadelphia, ) has provided the authority for the dates of first performances of the masques and plays, and English Song-Books, (London, ) by Cyrus L.
Day and Eleanore B. Murrie, is a sure guide to the dramatic songs that appear in the printed collections of the second half of the seventeenthCited by: 8.
Day, Cyrus Lawrence, and Murrie, Eleanore Boswell. English from towhich make up the main part of English Song-booksthe bibliography is not only embellished with facsimiles of The final index of the book is to the printers, publishers and booksellers.
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London: Printed for the Bibliographical Society at the Oxford University .According to Cyrus Lawrence Day and Eleanore Boswell Murrie, English song-books, a bibliography (London: Bibliographical Society, ), this was also published in Leveridge's "A Second Book of Songs",  (ref. ).