The first five lines present the musician and his lute preparing to perform their last
, wasted, effort. The song will be cyclical – ending as it begins – and when the ...
'My Lute, Awake!' is a poem by Sir Thomas Wyatt. It relates the thoughts of a
scorned suitor, bitter at his rejection. Read about the content and...
The Devonshire Manuscript/My lute awake performe the last labor. From
Wikibooks, open books for an ... Notes & Glosses. 1. The expansion to "ar" is
My lute awake! perform the last. Labour that thou and I shall waste, And end that I
have now begun; For when this song is sung and past, My lute be still, for I ...
(1886–1960). Metaphysical Lyrics & Poems of the 17th C. 1921. Notes ....
characteristically 'metaphysical' variation on the old theme of Wyatt's 'My lute,
May 30, 2015 ... Below are my notes as I listen to this Bunting performance for the first time, .... I
think then of a different Wyatt poem — “My Lute Awake,” the ...
Notes. 1] "The louer complayneth the vnkindnes of his loue" (Tottel). 2] labour:
work, and petition. 7] lead to grave: lead to engrave (lead is not hard enough to
Some Notes on the Music of the Vihuelistas, JOHN ROBERTS ..... 'My Lute
Awake': Thomas Watt, Sappho and Lyric Poetry, ROGER HARMON. A New
Source of ...
MY LUTE AWAKE ! * ...... 99 34. BLAME NOT MY LUTE . ... 143 NOTES TO THE
POEMS 149 INDEX TO FIRST LINES 179 LIST OF ABBREVIATIONS Chambers ...
The modern spelling version and the notes are provided by the Webmaster of this
site. The notes are not .... My lute and I Continually, Shall us apply. To sigh and
moan. NOTES. 1. At most ..... My lute awake ! perfourme the last. Labor that thou ...