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...
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,
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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 ...
The Devonshire Manuscript/My lute awake performe the last labor. From
Wikibooks, open books for an ... Notes & Glosses. 1. The expansion to "ar" is
In the liner notes for this tribute to the lute, Millennium of Music host Robert Aubry
Davis writes about ... Thomas Wyatt (1503-1542): Blame not my lute-- The time of
Henry VIII will always be fodder for film ..... Sir Thomas Wyatt: My Lute Awake
I was unaware of the poem “Blame Not My Lute “ by Thomas Wyatt until I heard ...
that I can distinguish every word without having to refer to the program notes. ...
and ends as it began–with another Thomas Wyatt poem “My Lute Awake.”.
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
(1886–1960). Metaphysical Lyrics & Poems of the 17th C. 1921. Notes ....
characteristically 'metaphysical' variation on the old theme of Wyatt's 'My lute,