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The Resource Songs from Shakespeare's plays, and popular songs of Shakespeare's time, compiled and edited by Tom Kines ; [cover design by Ronald Clyne ; autography by Carl Rosenthal ; illus. selected and positioned by Moses Asch ; production editor Ethel Raim]

Songs from Shakespeare's plays, and popular songs of Shakespeare's time, compiled and edited by Tom Kines ; [cover design by Ronald Clyne ; autography by Carl Rosenthal ; illus. selected and positioned by Moses Asch ; production editor Ethel Raim]

Label
Songs from Shakespeare's plays, and popular songs of Shakespeare's time
Title
Songs from Shakespeare's plays, and popular songs of Shakespeare's time
Statement of responsibility
compiled and edited by Tom Kines ; [cover design by Ronald Clyne ; autography by Carl Rosenthal ; illus. selected and positioned by Moses Asch ; production editor Ethel Raim]
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Cataloging source
HRM
Illustrations
music
LC call number
M1517.K55
LC item number
S6
Nature of contents
indexes
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1922-1994
  • 1564-1616
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Kines, Tom
  • Shakespeare, William
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Shakespeare, William
  • Shakespeare, William
  • Shakespeare, William
  • Incidental music
  • Songs with guitar
  • Music
  • Music
  • Incidental music
  • Music
  • Songs with guitar
Label
Songs from Shakespeare's plays, and popular songs of Shakespeare's time, compiled and edited by Tom Kines ; [cover design by Ronald Clyne ; autography by Carl Rosenthal ; illus. selected and positioned by Moses Asch ; production editor Ethel Raim]
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Principally unacc. with guitar symbols
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.104
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
Content type code
ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Twelfth night: O mistress mine ; Peg O'Ramsey ; Three merry men ; Hold thy peace ; Hey Robin, jolly Robin ; There dwelt a man in Babylon ; Farewell dear love ; When that I was a little tiny boy -- Titus Andronicus's complaint (Fortune) -- Merry wives of Windsor: Fortune my foe ; Greensleeves ; To shallow rivers ; Come live with me and be my love -- The winter's tale: When daffodils begin to peer ; Jog on, jog on the footpath way ; Whoop, do me no harm ; Lawn as white as driven snow -- Hamlet: How should I your true love know? ; Tomorrow is St. Valentine's day ; And will he not come again ; I loathe that I did love -- Othello: And let me the canakin clink! ; King Stephen was a worthy peer ; The willow song -- Much ado about nothing: Heigh ho for a husband ; The sick tune -- Two gentlemen of Verona, and Much ado: Light o' love -- As you like it: It was a lover and his lass ; What shall he have that kill'd the deer? -- Romeo and Juliet: The hunt is up ; Where griping grief -- The tempest: Stephano's songs -- Love's labour's lost: Thou cans't not hit it -- King Lear: Come o'er the bourne, Bessy -- Henry V: Calino custurame -- Henry IV: The carman's whistle -- FIne knacks for ladies / John Dowland -- Since first I saw your face / Thomas Ford -- From the fair Lavinian shore / John Wilson -- Tune thy music to thy heart ; Never weather-beaten sail ; What if a day / Thomas Campion -- Have you seen but a white lily grow / Robert Johnson -- Ah! the sighs that come fro' the heart / William Cornyshe -- Pastime with good company / Henry VIII -- Agincourt song -- Cold's the wind and wet's the rain (The cobbler's jig) -- All in a garden green (Gathering peascods) -- Quoth John to Joan (Wolsey's wild) -- Who hath his fancy pleas'd (Wilhelmus van Nassauen) -- The Spanish lady -- High Barbary -- King Lear and his three daughters (Flying fame) -- When Samson was a tall young man (Spanish pavan) -- Go from my window -- Melismata. The three ravens -- Deuteromelia. Of all the birds ; Who liveth so merry ; Martin said to his man ; We be three poor mariners ; We be soldiers three ; Willy, prithee go to bed -- Pammelia. Now Robin lend to me thy bow -- Cryes of London / Richard Deering -- New oysters / Thomas Ravenscroft -- Chairs to mend / Dr. Hayes -- Pammelia. Hey ho! nobody at home ; Loath to depart
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
1 score (104 pages)
Isbn
9780825600685
Lccn
64066316
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
Publisher number
CJ2032
System control number
(OCoLC)899670
Label
Songs from Shakespeare's plays, and popular songs of Shakespeare's time, compiled and edited by Tom Kines ; [cover design by Ronald Clyne ; autography by Carl Rosenthal ; illus. selected and positioned by Moses Asch ; production editor Ethel Raim]
Publication
Note
Principally unacc. with guitar symbols
Bibliography note
Bibliography: p.104
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
notated music
Content type code
ntm
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Twelfth night: O mistress mine ; Peg O'Ramsey ; Three merry men ; Hold thy peace ; Hey Robin, jolly Robin ; There dwelt a man in Babylon ; Farewell dear love ; When that I was a little tiny boy -- Titus Andronicus's complaint (Fortune) -- Merry wives of Windsor: Fortune my foe ; Greensleeves ; To shallow rivers ; Come live with me and be my love -- The winter's tale: When daffodils begin to peer ; Jog on, jog on the footpath way ; Whoop, do me no harm ; Lawn as white as driven snow -- Hamlet: How should I your true love know? ; Tomorrow is St. Valentine's day ; And will he not come again ; I loathe that I did love -- Othello: And let me the canakin clink! ; King Stephen was a worthy peer ; The willow song -- Much ado about nothing: Heigh ho for a husband ; The sick tune -- Two gentlemen of Verona, and Much ado: Light o' love -- As you like it: It was a lover and his lass ; What shall he have that kill'd the deer? -- Romeo and Juliet: The hunt is up ; Where griping grief -- The tempest: Stephano's songs -- Love's labour's lost: Thou cans't not hit it -- King Lear: Come o'er the bourne, Bessy -- Henry V: Calino custurame -- Henry IV: The carman's whistle -- FIne knacks for ladies / John Dowland -- Since first I saw your face / Thomas Ford -- From the fair Lavinian shore / John Wilson -- Tune thy music to thy heart ; Never weather-beaten sail ; What if a day / Thomas Campion -- Have you seen but a white lily grow / Robert Johnson -- Ah! the sighs that come fro' the heart / William Cornyshe -- Pastime with good company / Henry VIII -- Agincourt song -- Cold's the wind and wet's the rain (The cobbler's jig) -- All in a garden green (Gathering peascods) -- Quoth John to Joan (Wolsey's wild) -- Who hath his fancy pleas'd (Wilhelmus van Nassauen) -- The Spanish lady -- High Barbary -- King Lear and his three daughters (Flying fame) -- When Samson was a tall young man (Spanish pavan) -- Go from my window -- Melismata. The three ravens -- Deuteromelia. Of all the birds ; Who liveth so merry ; Martin said to his man ; We be three poor mariners ; We be soldiers three ; Willy, prithee go to bed -- Pammelia. Now Robin lend to me thy bow -- Cryes of London / Richard Deering -- New oysters / Thomas Ravenscroft -- Chairs to mend / Dr. Hayes -- Pammelia. Hey ho! nobody at home ; Loath to depart
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
1 score (104 pages)
Isbn
9780825600685
Lccn
64066316
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
Publisher number
CJ2032
System control number
(OCoLC)899670

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