2 edition of Seventeenth century lyrics found in the catalog.
Seventeenth century lyrics
|Statement||chosen, edited and arranged by Norman Ault.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 562 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||562|
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Seventeenth Century Lyrics: From the Original Texts Hardcover – January 1, by Norman Ault (Editor)Manufacturer: Longmans, Green & Co Ltd. The more than four hundred seventeenth-century English songs and lyrics in this volume were collected and edited from original music manuscripts in such repositories as the Bodleian Library at Oxford and the British Museum; with very few exceptions, none.
Elizabethan and Seventeenth Century Lyrics by Matthew W. Black (Editor) ISBN English Lyric Poetry is a comprehensive reassessment of lyric poetry of the early seventeenth century. The study is directed at both beginning and more advanced students of literature, and responds to more specialised scholarly inquiries pursued of late in relation to specific by: 2.
Metaphysical Lyrics & Poems of the Seventeenth Century: Donne to Butler. This classic anthology, first published inhas been instrumental in reviving interest in the seventeenth-century metaphysical poets and in securing for them the high reputation they now enjoy/5.
Seventeenth Century Songs and Lyrics. Excerpt. This book: is intended as a continuation of the late Norman Ault's work. It was he who began to explore music MSS for unknown lyrics several of which he published in his anthologies, Elizabethan Lyrics,A Treasury of Unfamiliar Lyrics, and Seventeenth Century Lyrics, revised Knowledge of the ways in which Renaissance emblem books influenced sixteenth- and seventeenth-century literature has been notably advanced by the comprehensive theoretical and bibliographical work of Mario Praz, W.
Heckscher, and the Henkel and SchöneHandbuch, as well as by specialized studies of particular aspects of this tradition and its effect upon particular poets.¹ My concern here is with sacred and moral emblem books.
The Seventeenth Century Lady Andrea Zuvich is a historian specialising in the Stuart period (). She is also a historical consultant (for film, radio, & TV), an authoress, and an audiobook g: lyrics.