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        StatementHarvard University Press
        PublishersHarvard University Press
        LC Classifications1924
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        Paginationxvi, 131 p. :
        Number of Pages97
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The dust jacket for hard covers may not be included. I blame not al for one, some flowers grow by the weeds, Some are as sure as lock and key, and iust of words and deeds. '", in The Well Enchanting Skill: Music, Poetry, and Drama in the Culture of the Renaissance: Essays in Honour of F. Briggs: Katherine Briggs, A Dictionary of British Folk-Tales in the English Language, Part A: Folk Narratives, 1970 I use the 1971 Routledge paperback that combines Handful of Pleasant Delights (1584) A.

This link will return you to the. Was knit the True-loue knot, And friendly did we treat of loue, as place and time we got. '", in The Well Enchanting Skill: Music, Poetry, and Drama in the Culture of the Renaissance: Essays in Honour of F. To the Downright squire ca. The Christmas carol What Child Is This? Chorus My men were clothed all in green, And they did ever wait on thee; All this was gallant to be seen, And yet thou wouldst not love me.

Where is the evidence that any broadside ever lifted its chorus from an unpublished song? The song name is a corruption of a surname such as Greenleaf or Gildersleeve, indicating she was a real person.

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Indeed, renaissance prostitutes are not known for having the wealth to have their portrait painted, nor are they known to be the sort of women sought after as a love match by such as the moneyed man in Greensleeves. Chorus Ah, Greensleeves, now farewell, adieu, To God I pray to prosper thee, For I am still thy lover true, Come once again and love me. I learned this song quite young from my mother, from whom I learned to love folk songs of every kind.

Chorus I have been ready at your hand, To grant whatever you would crave, I have both wagered life and land, Your love and good-will for to have. No, they must be somewhere else, like the dog-heads. Sternfeld, edited by John Caldwell, Edward Olleson, and Susan Wollenberg, 181—211 Oxford:Clarendon Press; New York:1990 : 181. is sung to the tune of Greensleeves. Half of the fine would go to the Handful of Pleasant Delights (1584) and the other half to the informant; and the offending uppity clothes-wearer was legally obliged to forfeit the garment.

A handful of pleasant delights, containing sundry new sonnets and delectable histories in divers kinds of metre &c. 1584. [By] Clement Robinson and divers others. Edited by Edward Arber : Robinson, Clement, fl. 1566

The Gown of Green is an English song about the American Revolutionary War, 1775-1783. He is Music Director of San Francisco Composers Chamber Orchestra and San Francisco Cabaret Opera, Editor-Publisher of 21st-Century Music P. Most of all one regrets Nashe's re-telling of Marlowe's Hero and Leander, in praise of Yarmouth and the red herring, with its corpse of Leander " sodden to haddock's meat," the metamorphosis of the lovers and their go-between, so that " Hero and Leander, the red-herring and the ling, never come to the board without mustard, their waiting-maid.