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Seven Songs collected by C. E. Sayle, M.A.

 Fonds
Reference Code: GBR/0012/MS Add.6590

Scope and Contents

(fo. 1) 'When cockle shells'; air by J. Steuart Wilson?, words from Scottish ballad 'Waly, waly' (Oxford Book of English Verse, p. 450 (no. 388); (fo. 1v) the same: transposed by C. E. Sayle; (fo. 2v) the same: transposed by C. E. Sayle; (fo. 6v) the same; (fo. 8v) 'Near and far' by C. Armstrong Gibbs; words by A. R. Ropes; (fo. 11) 'Alla beata' by S. H. Smith, words by C. E. Sayle, printed in his Erotidia (Rugby, 1889) p. 4; (fo. 15) 'Amaryllis' by the same; words by the same, printed in the same, p. 25; (fo. 19) 'The Sea Song of Gafran' by A. Gray, words by Mrs Hemans (Works, iv, 222); (fo. 26) 'Mein liebchen wir sassen zusammen' by R. R. Terry, words by H. Heine (Dent's edition of 1900, p. 90); (fo. 28) translation of this and of the following songs; (fo. 29) 'Du bist wie eine Blume' by the same, words by the same (the same, p. 139).

Dates

  • 1890-1922

Conditions Governing Access

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Extent

1 volume(s) (1 volume)

Language of Materials

English

Immediate Source of Acquisition

Bequeathed by C.E. Sayle, 17 July 1924

Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin

Repository Details

Part of the Cambridge University Library Repository

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