…Music and Shakespearean Revision
By DAVIDLINDLEY (University of Leeds)
As Tiffany Stern has demonstrated, music cues and songs were highly…
reference in 1613 to the difficulty the aldermen had in getting hold of the waits
since they were then ‘employed at…
Uni versity Press, 2004), pp. 81–2.
prelude to Fame’s entrance. It might be argued that this is only a case of the
favour of later cornettists. There is no clear evidence which would lead one to
prefer any of these solutions. Whatever the complications…
Cymbeline, ed. Martin Butler (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005),
p. 52. See also his ‘longer note’ on p. 249.
…Tempest”, Shakespeare Quarterly, 21
repetitions in the dialogue which introduces the masque. Stern, reviving Smith’s
The Tempest, ed. DavidLindley (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2002),
pp. 221–2. A thoroughly revised second edition is in preparation…
…: Oxford University Press, 1987), p. 601.
ballad wares to Mopsa, Dorcas and the Clown. He responds to their request for
a ‘merry ballad’…
Blackfriars, they gained access to composers who provided particular settings
for particular songs. The hypothesis has always been…