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I love the jocund dance

William Henry Harris

I love the jocund dance

unison song. Words by William Blake.

by William Henry Harris

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Published by Novello in [London] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Blake, William, -- 1757-1827 -- Musical settings,
  • Choruses, Secular (Unison) with piano

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesSinging class music - Edward Arnold"s series, 907
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsM1609 H27 I2
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20879576M

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    A vocabulary list featuring "Paradise Lost" by John Milton, Book I. Milton's masterpiece retells the Biblical story of humanity's fall from divine favor. Read the full text of the twelve-book version of the epic poem here. Here are links to our lists for the poem: Book I, Book II, Book III, Book IV, Book V, Book VI. ISBN: X: OCLC Number: Notes: "This edition of William Blake's Poetical Sketches, , is reproduced from Copy Q, part of The Preston Blake Collecion, held in the City of Westminster Archives Centre."--Title page verso.

    (Vocal Collection). With a graceful gift for lyrical vocal writing, English composer Roger Quilter () created a rich body of art songs. Very few composers working in English have matched his achievement of a living body of beloved, relevant, literate repertoire. Contents: April * Autumn Evening * Barbara Allen * Blow, blow, thou winter wind * The Bracelet * Brown is my love * By a. 'I LOVE the JOcund DANCE, / The SOFTly BREATHing SONG.' Anapestic tetrameter (that's a fun one) has four anapests per line. It sounds like Dr. Seuss: 'Every WHO down in .


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I love the jocund dance by William Henry Harris Download PDF EPUB FB2

I LOVE the jocund dance, The softly-breathing song, Where innocent eyes do glance, And where lisps the maiden’s tongue. I love the laughing vale, 5: I love the echoing hill, Where mirth does never fail, And the jolly swain laughs his fill. I love the pleasant cot, I love the innocent bow’r, Where white and brown is our lot, Or fruit in.

Song: 'I love the jocund dance', J Sampson, ed., (variorum reading, notes and preface), The poetical works of William Blake; a new and verbatim text from the manuscript engraved and letterpress originals, Oxford.

'Poems from the Poetical Sketches' p. Song: I love the jocund dance. Song: I love the jocund dance. I love the jocund dance, The softly-breathing song, Where innocent eyes do glance, And where lisps the maiden's tongue.

I love the laughing vale, I love the echoing hill, Where mirth does never fail, And the jolly swain laughs his fill. I love the pleasant cot, I love the innocent bow'r. I love the jocund dance, The softly breathing song, Where innocent eyes do glance, And where lisps the maiden's tongue. I love the laughing vale, I love the echoing hill, Where mirth does never fail, And the jolly swain laughs his fill.

I love the pleasant cot, I love the innocent bow'r, Where white and brown is our lot, Or fruit in the mid-day. Poetical Sketches is the first collection of poetry and prose by William Blake, written between and Forty copies were printed in with the help of Blake's friends, the artist John Flaxman and the Reverend Anthony Stephen Mathew, at the request of his wife Harriet book was never published for the public, with copies instead given as gifts to friends of the author and.

Rawlinson N. () ‘I love the jocund dance’: The Comic in the Poetical Sketches and Tiriel. In: William Blake’s Comic Vision. Palgrave Macmillan, LondonAuthor: Nick Rawlinson. When my man was present, the beast would use many notable enticements and pleasant motions, and when he was going, hold him back, and look after him when he was gone, very sad in his absence, but most jocund when he returned: and when my man went from me, the beast expressed his love with continual sickness, and after he had pined away some few.

The opera's Introduction and Love Duet were premiered inbut the opera was never completed. Arrangements [ edit ] Harrison's many arrangements include versions of Weber's Invitation to the Dance, sundry Schubert songs (entitled Winter and Spring) and a "concert version" of Smetana's The Bartered Bride all for mixed chorus.

''Love, Etc.,'' the sequel to that novel, is an altogether darker, sourer book, a meandering saga of middle-age disappointment and bitterness and regret that's been lightly disguised as a tale of. JOCUND(adj.) cheerful and light-hearted TESSA WAS GETTING FRUSTRATED.

She and her other three best friends have been observing Quirrell who looked as though he was getting more and more sickly as the days passed. But no matter how pale and thin he got, he didn't seem to crack just yet.

Every time they passed the third-floor corridor, they would press their ears to the door to check that Fluffy.

The Jocund Dance 4. Spring is at the Door Two September Songs; 5. Through the Sunny Garden 6. The Valley and the Hill First Pub lication. Librettist 1. John Wilmot, Earl of Rochester () 2. John Keats (–) 3. William Blake () 5,6. Mary Elizabeth Coleridge () Language English Composer Time Period Comp Composer: Quilter, Roger.

It is relatively well known that William Wordsworth’s Commonplace Book (Dove Cottage MS. Prose 31) contains four of Blake’s early poems: “Holy Thursday” and “Laughing Song” from the Songs of Innocence, “The Tyger” from the Songs of Experience, and “I love the jocund dance” from Poetical Sketches.

1 ↤ 1 I am grateful for. Sound, jocund strains; on pipe and viol sound,Young voices sing;Wreathe every door with snow-white voices round,For lo.

't is Spring!Winter has passed with its sad funeral train,And Love revives again. lewis morris — Life-Music, reported in Bartlett's Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.

Leave not my love as you have left The broken hearts of yesterday But wait, be still, don't lose this way Affection now, for what you guess May be something more, could be less Accept my love, live for today.

Your roses wilted, as love spurned Yet trust in me, my love and truth Dwell in my heart, from which you've turned My strength as great as. Series: The Vocal Library Format: Softcover Composer: Roger Quilter Arranger: Richard Walters With a graceful gift for lyrical vocal writing, English composer Roger.

’Tis Kate of Aberdeen. Now lightsome o’er the level mead, Where midnight fairies rove, Like them the jocund dance we’ll lead, Or tune the reed to love: For see the rosy May draws nigh, She claims a virgin Queen; And hark, the happy shepherds cry, ’Tis Kate of Aberdeen.

E'en in mid-harvest, while the jocund swain Pluck'd from the brittle stalk the golden grain, Oft have I seen the war of winds contend, And prone on earth th' infuriate storm descend, Waste far and wide, and by the roots uptorn, The heavy harvest sweep through ether borne, As the light straw and rapid stubble fly In dark'ning whirlwinds round the wintry sky.

Tossing their heads in sprightly dance. The waves beside them danced; but they Out-did the sparkling waves in glee: A poet could not but be gay, In such a jocund company: I gazed--and gazed--but little thought What wealth the show to me had brought: For oft, when on my couch I lie In vacant or in pensive mood, They flash upon that inward eye.

REVIEW William Blake’s Poetical Sketches, by John W. gton State University Press (), pp. [x] + pp. It is a pity that the first full-length study of the Poetical Sketches to be published since Margaret Ruth Lowery’s pioneering work of should be.

Song "Love and harmony combine" Song "I love the jocund dance" Song "Memory, hither come" Mad Song Song "Fresh from the dewy hill, the merry year" Song "When early morn walks forth in sober grey" To the Muses Gwin, King of Norway An Imitation of Spen ser Blind-man's Buff King Edward the Third "O sonds of Trojan Brutus, cloath'd in war".

I love the jocund dance, The softly breathing song, Where innocent eyes do glance, And where lisps the maiden's tongue. I love the laughing vale, I love the echoing hill, Where mirth does never fail, And the jolly swain laughs his fill. I love the pleasant cot, I love the innocent bow'r, Where white and brown is our lot, Or fruit in the mid-day File Size: KB.The Arnold Book of Old Songs (Ausz.); 3 Pastoral Songs; In the bud of the morning-O; Music and Moonlight; The Time of Roses; In the Highlands; Love's Philosophy; A Song at Parting; The Jocund Dance; Now sleeps the crimson Petal Künstler: Charlotte de Rothschild (Sopran), Nathan Vale (Tenor), Adrian Farmer (Klavier).

Love's Philosophy, Op. 3, No. 1 9 A Song at Parting 10 The Jocund Dance, Op. 18, No. 3 11 Now Sleeps The Crimson Petal, Op. 3, No. 2 12 The Arnold Book of Old Songs: I. Drink To Me Only With Thine Eyes 13 The Arnold Book of Old Songs: II. The Arnold Book Of Old Songs: V. Believe Me, If All Those Endearing Young.