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Threnodia Augustalis

Threnodia Augustalis

a funeral-Pindarique poem, sacred to the happy memory of King Charles II

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Published by Printed for Jacob Tonson ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Charles -- II, -- King of England, -- 1630-1685 -- Poetry.

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    Other titlesThrenodia Augustalis, Funeral-pindarique poem sacred to the happy memory of King Charles II, Funeral Pindarique poem sacred to the happy memory of King Charles II
    Statementby John Dryden ...
    GenrePoetry.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 208:39.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[2], 25 p.
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16700023M

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Threnodia Augustalis. SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF HER LATE ROYAL HIGHNESS THE PRINCESS DOWAGER OF WALES. OVERTURE -- A SOLEMN DIRGE. AIR -- TRIO.

ARISE, ye sons of worth, arise, And waken every note of woe; When truth and virtue reach the skies, 'Tis ours to weep the want below. CHORUS. When truth and virtue, etc. Transcribed from: Goldsmith, Oliver. Threnodia Augustalis sacred to the memory of Her late Royal Highness the Princess Dowager of Wales.

Spoken and sung in the great room at Soho-square, on Thursday the 20th of February. London: Printed for W. Woodfall [etc.], 20 p. Title from table of contents page (viewed Sept. 10, ). Book Description.

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Thus long my grief has Threnodia Augustalis book me dumb: Sure there's a lethargy in mighty woe, Tears stand congeal'd, and cannot flow; And the sad soul retires into her inmost room: Tears, for a stroke foreseen, afford relief; But, unprovided for a sudden blow, Like Niobe we marble grow; And petrify with grief.

Threnodia Augustalis, a poem by John Dryden on the death of Charles II Liber Augustalis, or the Constitutions of Melfi Augustalis (bishop), the first bishop of Toulon, according to some sources, and possibly also the author of a tract calculating the date of Easter.

MAN by that shore where Thames’ translucent streamReflects new glories on his breast,Where, splendid as the youthful poet’s dream,He forms a scene beyond Elysium blest —Where sculptur’d elegance and native graceUnite to stamp the beauties of the place, While sweetly blending still are seenThe wavy lawn, the sloping green —While novelty, with cautious cunning,Through ev.

Threnodia Augustalis: Overture - Pastorale poem by Oliver by that shore where Thames translucent streamReflects new glories on his breast. Page5/5(1). The article presents a critical analysis of the ancient Latin Ode 7, Book 4 by Horace. The author focuses on the connections shared between the ode and that of the simile seen in b line in Virgil's "Aeneid." Further discussion is given discussing Horace's use of naming and his Boileau's Nerve, or the Poetics of Masculinity.

Threnodia Augustalis: A Funeral Pindaric Poem, Sacred To The Happy Memory Of King Charles Ii. poem by John Dryden. long my grief has kept me dumb Sure theres a /5. Horat. Ode Book 3 Paraphras'd in Pindarique Verse; and Inscrib'd to the Right Honourable Lawrence Earl of Rochester; From Horace, Epod.

A New Song. 'Slyvia the fair' Song. 'Go tell Amynta gentle Swain' Threnodia Augustalis A Funeral-Pindarique; Close section Prologue and Epilogue to Albion and Albanius. Prologue To the Opera; Epilogue. Book 3; From Horace, Epod. A New Song ("Sylvia the fair") Song ("Go tell Amynta gentle Swain") Threnodia Augustalis; To my Friend Mr.

Northleigh, Author of The Parallel; To the Pious Memory of the Accomplisht Young Lady Mrs Anne Killigrew; To my Ingenious Friend, Mr Henry Higden, Esq; On his Translation of the Tenth Satyr of Juvenal.

Dryden, John. Threnodia Augustalis: A Funeral-Pindarique Poem Sacred to the Happy Memory Of King Charles II. - Available at Weekly Internet Rare Books and. A threnody is a wailing ode, song, hymn or poem of mourning composed or performed as a memorial to a dead person.

The term originates from the Greek word θρηνῳδία (threnoidia), from θρῆνος (threnos, "wailing") and ᾠδή (oide, "ode"), the latter ultimately from the Proto-Indo-European root *h₂weyd-("to sing") that is also the precursor of such words as "ode", "tragedy.

Threnodia Augustalis: A Funeral Pindaric Poem, Sacred To The Happy Memory Of King Charles II. Thus long my grief has kept me dumb: Sure there's a lethargy in mighty woe, Tears stand congealed, and cannot flow; And the sad soul retires into her inmost room: Tears, for a stroke foreseen, afford relief; But, unprovided for a sudden blow, Like.

Threnodia Augustalis sacred to the memory of Her late Royal Highness the Princess Dowager of Wales: spoken and sung in the great room at Soho-Square, on Thursday the 20th of February. (Goldsmith, Oliver, ?) 5,p. ; 4⁰. (London:) printed for W.

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Threnodia Augustalis: Sacred to the Memory of Her Late Royal Highness the Princess Dowager. Literature of the Stuart Successionsis an anthology of primary material relating to the Stuart successions. The six Stuart successions (, ) punctuate this turbulent period of British history.

In addition, there were two accessions to the role of Lord Protector Pages:. The works of John Dryden Vol. Top English Literature - Ebook written by John Dryden. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.

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