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A pastoral elegy on the death of Mr. John Playford

A pastoral elegy on the death of Mr. John Playford

Note, the notes with this mark * over them, are to be sung demiquavers. The words by Mr. Tate. Set by Mr. Henry Purcell

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Published by printed for Henry Playford in [London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Playford, John, -- 1623-1686? -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    GenreEarly works to 1800
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2198:17a
    ContributionsPurcell, Henry, 1659-1695
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination4, [2] p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15428136M

    The second part was called Obsequies to the Memory of Mr. Edward King, and "Lycidas" was the last and longest poem in this part. It was signed "J.M." "Lycidas" is a poem mourning the loss of a good friend, sure. But it's also a specific kind of poem about loss – a pastoral elegy, to be precise. The song for the New-Year Set by Mr. Eccles master of Her Majesty's musick. The words by Mr. Tate poet-laureat to Her Majesty. by: Tate, Nahum, Published: ().

    Tate, Nahum, , A Pastoral Dialogue. A poem London: Printed for Richard Baldwin [4], 27 p. Preliminaries omitted. Tate, Nahum, , A Pastoral Elegy on the Death of Mr. John Playford London: Printed for Henry Playford 4 p. Only verse included. Adonais: An Elegy on the Death of John Keats By Percy Bysshe Shelley About this Poet The life and works of Percy Bysshe Shelley exemplify English Romanticism in both its extremes of joyous ecstasy and brooding despair. Romanticism’s major themes—restlessness and brooding, rebellion against authority, interchange with nature, the power of.

    An Elegy upon the Death of the Dean of Paul's, Dr. John Donne More than these faint lines, a loud elegy, That did proclaim in a dumb eloquence. The death of all the arts; whose influence, An Elegy upon the Death of the Dean of Paul's, Dr. John Donne By Thomas Carew. Get an answer for 'Who is the section labeled Epitaph, at the end of "Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard", about? Is it the potential epitaph or actual epitaph of the speaker?' and find.


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Transcribed from: Tate, Nahum, A pastoral elegy on the death of Mr. John Playford. London: Printed for Henry Playford, 4 p. Title from table of contents page (viewed on July 5, ).

Description: 1 online resource: Details: Mode of access: World Wide Web. A pastoral elegy on the death of Mr. John Playford: Note, the notes with this mark * over them, are to be sung demiquavers.

The words by Mr. Tate. Set by Mr. Henry Purcell. Playford’s importance was certainly appreciated by his contemporaries. The diary of the music-loving Samuel Pepys mentions several visits to and purchases from Playford’s shop. His death prompted a verse elegy by the future poet-laureate Nahum Tate, which was set by Henry Purcell (‘A Pastoral Elegy on the Death of Mr.

Playford’, ). John Playford (–/7) was a London bookseller, publisher, minor composer, and member of the Stationers' Company, who published books on music theory, instruction books for several instruments, and psalters with tunes for singing in churches.

He is perhaps best known today for his publication of The English Dancing Master in   Gentle Shepherds, you that know The charms of tuneful breath (A Pastoral Elegy on the Death of Mr. John Playford) Listen Now $ In MP3 cart View MP3 Cart/5(14). London: J. Playford, for Henry Playford, A Pastoral Elegy on the Death of Mr.

John Playford. London: Henry Playford, A Pastoral in Memory of the Duke of Ormond. London: Randal Taylor, A Poem Occasioned by His Majesty's Voyage to Holland. London: Richard Baldwin, A Poem Occasioned by the Late Discontents.

London: Richard Born: Dublin, Ireland. A Pastoral Coronation Song ; A Pastoral Elegy On The Death Of Playford ; A Thousand Sev'ral Ways ; Aaron Thus Propos'd To Moses ; Ah What Pains ; Ah. Cruel Nymph ; Amidst The Shades ; Amintas To My Grief I See ; Amintor, Heedless Of His Flocks ; An Elegy Upon The Death Of Farmer ; Anacreon's Defeat ; Ask Me To Love ; Bacchus.

Iestyn Davies & Ensemble Guadagni you that know The charms of tuneful breath (A Pastoral Elegy on the Death of Mr.

John Playford) Gentle Shepherds, you that know The charms of tuneful breath (A Pastoral Elegy on the Death of Mr. John Playford) /5(14). Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard is a poem by Thomas Gray, completed in and first published in The poem's origins are unknown, but it was partly inspired by Gray's thoughts following the death of the poet Richard West in Resources about John Playford (6) A pastoral elegy on the death of Mr.

John Playford. Note, the notes with this mark * over them, are to be sung demiquavers. The words by Mr. Tate. Set by Mr. Henry Purcell Tate, Nahum, [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 4 libraries. Gentle Shepherds, you that know 'A Pastoral Elegy on the Death of Mr John Playford' Z John Playford.

John Playford collection of music to The Tempest. Manuscript, ca. Call number: V.a; displayed p. 11r. Nahum Tate. A pastoral elegy on the death of Mr. John Playford. London, Call number: T; displayed title page. Viols: "Strike Up a Noise of Viols".

A Pastoral Elegy on the Death of that great Master of Poesie Mr. Edmond Spenser. Spenser: The Critical Heritage. Cummings, ed.] John Chatwin. TEXT BIBLIOGRAPHY INDEXES John Chatwin's elegy dates from about and is printed in R. Cummings, Critical Heritage () from Bodleian MS.

Rawl. poet. 94, fols. A Pastoral Coronation Song ; A Pastoral Elegy On The Death Of Mr John Playford ; Beware, Poor Shepherds ; Cease Anxious World ; Cupid, The Slyest Rogue Alive ; Farewell, All Joys ; Farewell, Ye Rocks ; Gentle Shepherd's ; How Delightful The Life ; I Came, I Saw ; If Grief Has Any Pow'r ; If Pray's And Tears ; In Vain We Dissemble ; Love Is Now.

Incidental Music for Abdelazer. The Parley of Instruments, Peter Holman (director). A Pastoral Elegy on the Death of Mr John Playford. Susan Gritton (soprano), Michael George (bass), The King's.

The Galway Set - The Rover Reformed (John Playford) by Jordi Savall from the Album The Celtic Viol II; Gentle Shepherds, you that know The charms of tuneful breath (A Pastoral Elegy on the Death of Mr.

John Playford) by Iestyn Davies & Ensemble Guadagni from the Album Iestyn Davies - countertenor. Purcell, Henry, A pastoral elegy on the death of Mr. John Playford Note, the notes with this mark * over them, are to be sung demiquavers.

The words by Mr. Tate. Set by Mr. Henry Purcell. ([London: printed for Henry Playford, ]), also by Nahum Tate (HTML at EEBO TCP). After his retirement, his son Henry took over, publishing the eighth to twelfth editions, and John Young the final six.

After Playford’s death in the great Henry Purcell composed A Pastoral Elegy On the Death of Mr. John Playford, with words by Nahum Tate, which was. A pastoral elegy on the death of Mr. John Playford Note, the notes with this mark * over them, are to be sung demiquavers.

The words by Mr. Tate. Set by Mr. Henry Purcell. Tate, Nahum, / [] Poems by N. Tate. Tate, Nahum, / [] A poem on the late promotion of several eminent persons in church and state by N. Tate. Elegy on the Death of Thomas Farmer by Henry Purcell Martyn Hill, tenor Christopher Keyte, bass.

Purcell Gentle Shepherds, you that know - A Pastoral Elegy on the Death of Mr. John Playford Z 3. Blow As on his deathbed gasping Strephon lay - A Pastoral Elegy on the Earl of Rochester /5(14).THE MUSICAL TIMES-DECEMBER 1 By Appointment WALKER ORGANS No.

7. The Ideal Position for the Church Organ. A good organ is worth placing in. A village churchyard. "Gray's Elegy" is a poem that most older adults in the UK can quote, if only a few lines.

In my ideal school curriculum, it would still be required reading. Musical, eloquent Author: Carol Rumens.