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Books Bücher 1 - 4 von 4 in Short Apologie of the Schoole of Abuse, 1587, we find that ' London is so full of...
" Short Apologie of the Schoole of Abuse, 1587, we find that ' London is so full of unprofitable pipers and fiddlers that a man can no sooner enter a tavern than two or three cast of them hang at his heels to give him a dance before he depart.' These men... "
The Scottish Review - Seite 283
1896
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SHAKESPEARE IN MUSIC

LOUIS C. ELSON - 1900
..." noise " in several of his plays. " Short Apologie of the Schoole of Abuse," London, 1587, says: " London is so full of unprofitable pipers and fiddlers,...his heels, to give him a dance before he depart.'* They thrust themselves upon any company that gathered for conviviality with, " Will you have any music,...
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Shakespeare in music: a collation of the chief musical allusions in the ...

Louis Charles Elson - 1901 - 344 Seiten
...musicians' "noise" in several of his plays. " Short Apologie of the Schoole of Abuse," London, 1587, says: " London is so full of unprofitable pipers and fiddlers,...his heels, to give him a dance before he depart." They thrust themselves upon any company that gathered for conviviality with, " Will you have any music,...
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Chats on Violins

Olga Racster - 1905 - 221 Seiten
...time of Queen Elizabeth gives a good idea of the low esteem in which fiddlers were held. He says: " London is so full of unprofitable pipers and fiddlers,...three cast of them hang at his heels to give him a daunce before he departs." ' When I read this paragraph of Gosson's, I can always conjure a picture...
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History and Craft of the Violin Prior to 1900

Olga Racster - 2003 - 228 Seiten
...the time of Queen Elizabeth gives a good idea of the low esteem in which fiddlers were held. He says: “London is so full of unprofitable pipers and fiddlers,...three cast of them hang at his heels to give him a daunce before he departs.” When I read this paragraph of Gosson's, I can always conjure a picture...
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