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A lamentable ballad of the little Musgrove, and the Lady Barnet

A lamentable ballad of the little Musgrove, and the Lady Barnet

To an excellent new tune

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Published by printed for F. Coles, T. Vere, J. Wright and J. Clarke in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ballads, English -- 17th century

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2123.2:146-147
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 sheet ([1] p.)
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15416909M

    A lamentable balld of the little Musgrove and the lady Barnet. Part of an ancient Broadside before Courtesy of: F. Coles, T. Vere, and J. Wright. Public Domain “In seventeenth century England, broadside ballads were everywhere. One, The lamentable Ditty of the little Mousgrove, and the Lady Barnet from the collection of Anthony Wood, has a handwritten note by Wood on the reverse stating that "the protagonists were alive in ". Collected versions [ edit ] Child published 14 examples.

    One of todays leading folk music composer-performers, Jon Boden (co-founder of Bellowhead), takes an enduring English folk ballad and retells it in a compact and powerful music drama. Love and betrayal, kinship and class, rage and revenge the tale of ser. 'The lamentable ditty of the little Mousgrove, and the Lady Barnet' printed between and is similar in places to the Nic Jones version, and Lady Barnet clearly issues the invitation. You can find it online in the Bodleian Ballad Library here, I hope.

    The first stroke that Little Musgrave stroke, He hurt Lord Barnard sore; The next stroke that Lord Barnard stroke, Little Musgrave nere struck more. With that bespake this faire lady, In bed whereas she lay: 95 ‘Although thou’rt dead, thou Little Musgrave, Yet I for thee will pray. ‘And wish well to thy soule will I, So long as I have. The Bodleian volume 4º Rawl. is a bound set of broadside ballads printed in the seventeenth century. The broadsides, half-folio sheets typical of ballad publications at the time, are attached by their left-hand edges and thus form an oblong book with the ballads reading on the recto of each leaf.


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A lamentable ballad of the little Musgrove, and the Lady Barnet Download PDF EPUB FB2

Some came down in red velvet, And some came down in pall; The next came down my Lady Barnet, The fairest amongst them all.

She cast a look at Little Musgrove, As bright as the summers sun, Full right then perceivd Little Musgrove, Lady Barnets love he had won. Some came down in red velvet, and some came down in Pale: The next came down the Lady Barnet, the fairest among them all: She cast a look on Little Musgrove, as bright as the Summers Sun, Full well then perceived Little Musgrove, Lady Barnets Love he had won.

A lamentable ballad of Little Musgrove, and the lady Barnet The lamentable ditty of the little Mousgrove, and the Lady Barnet [A lamentable] ballad of the little Musgrove, and the lady Barnet First Lines: As it fell out on a high holy-day As it fell out on a holy-day.

Originally published as 'A lamentable ballad of the little Musgrove and the Lady Barnet' ca. Date of publication suggested by the British Library. Verse: "As it fell out on a high holiday, ". (woodcuts)Verse - "As it fell out on a high Holy-day,".Date of publication suggested by edition of: A lamentable ballad of the little Musgrove, and the Lady d in four columns with woodcuts above cataloged has faded print affecting legibility of imprint and uction of the original in the Bodleian Library.

Get this from a library. A lamentable ballad of little Musgrove, and the Lady Barnet.: To an excellent new tune. The Ballad of Little Musgrave and Lady Barnard on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Little Musgrave came to the church-door - The priest was at private mass - But he had more mind of the fair women Then he had of Our Lady's grace.

The one of them was clad in green, Another was clad in pall, And then came in my Lord Barnard's wife, The fairest amongst them all. Quoth she, 'I have loved thee, Little Musgrave, Full long and many. The Ballad Of Little Musgrave And Lady Barnard poem by Anonymous British.

As it fell out on a highe holye daye As many bee in the yeareWhen yong men and maides together do goe. Page5/5. Summary Description A lamentable ballad of the little Musgrove, and the lady English: [A lamentable] ballad of the little Musgrove, and the lady Barnet (an ancient broadside, before ).

A lamentable ballad of the little Musgrove and the lady Barnet was printed in London between and The ballad features in Volume 3 of Percy’s Reliques of Ancient English Poetry in Lyrics Sandy Denny sings Matty Groves.

A holiday, a holiday, and the first one of the year. A copy of the ballad is in the Bagford Collection, entitled "A lamentable ballad of Little Musgrove and the Lady Barnet, to an excellent new tune." It is also in Wit restored, ; in Dryden's Miscellany Poems, iii.

(); and in Percy's Reliques, series 3, book i. The tune is t /5(3). Little Musgrave and Lady Barnet Child ballad 81 The first printed reference of this old English ballad is in Francis Beaumont’s satirical play ‘The Knight of the Burning Pestle’ in for male voices (T Bar B) and piano (Britten notes that this should be two pianos if performed by a large chorus)Text: anon: from the Oxford Book of BalladsPublisher: Boosey & HawkesDifficulty level: This work had a curious genesis.

Britten's stance as a conscientious. Listen to The Ballad of Little Musgrave and Lady Barnard from Benjamin Britten's The Britten Collection for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.

The Ballad of Little Musgrave and Lady Barnard. AS it fell out on a highe holye daye, As many bee in the yeare, When yong men and maides together do goe Their masses and mattins to heare, Little Musgràve came to the church door, The priest was at the mass ; But he had more mind of the fine womèn, Then he had of our Ladyes grace.

A lamentable ballad of little Musgrove, and the Lady Barnet: To an excellent new tune. Published: () A lamentable ballad of the little Musgrove, and the Lady Barnet.

Shop and Buy The Ballad Of Little Musgrave And Lady Barnard sheet music. Choral sheet music book by Benjamin Britten (): Boosey & Hawkes at Sheet Music Plus: The World Largest Selection of Sheet Music.

(HL). One, The lamentable Ditty of the little Mousgrove, and the Lady Barnet from the collection of Anthony Wood, has a handwritten note by Wood on the reverse stating that "the protagonists were alive in ".Area(s): collected in the USA, Canada, England, Scotland. Also a variant of a British broadside ballad, The Lamentable Ditty Of The Little Mousgrove And The Lady Barnet, published by F Coles (London); T Vere (London); and W Gilbertson (London) sometime between andand archived at the Bodleian Library Broadside Ballads, shelfmark: Wood (91) with a note on the reverse by Wood stating that.

‘A lamentable ballad of the little Musgrove and the lady Barnet’ was printed in London between and The ballad features in Volume 3 of Percy’s Reliques of Ancient English Poetry in The lamentable ditty of the little Mousgrove, and the Lady Barnet Kiessling, Wood fol.

91 recto_detail. Wood (93) Iohn Arm-strongs last good night Kiessling, Wood fol. 93 recto_detail. Wood () Murder upon murder, committed by Thomas Sherwood, alias, countrey Tom: and Elizabeth Evans, alias, Canbrye Besse.

‘A lamentable ballad of the little Musgrove and the lady Barnet’ was printed in London between and The ballad features in Volume 3 of Percy’s Reliques of Ancient English Poetry in One day one day one holyday, The first one of the year Little Matty Groves has went to church.