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Thu Oct 16 17:57:17 2014 UTClccn-n500081960.26Here let my life0.641.00Dido's lament, or, The willing librettist : a novel /29545787Nahum_Taten 5000819643728N. T.N. T 1652-1715N. T. (Nahum Tate), 1652-1715T., N.T, N. 1652-1715T., N. (Nahum Tate), 1652-1715TateTate 1652-1715 MrTate, Mr. (Nahum), 1652-1715Tate, N.Tate, N. 1652-1715Tate, N. (Nahum), 1652-1715Tate, NahumTeate, NahumTeate, Nahum 1652-1715Teit, N.Teĭt, N. 1652-1715Tejt, N.lccn-n79095298Purcell, Henry1659-1695othctbcmplccn-n82071853Brady, Nicholas1659-1726othtrledtcrefast-893057Dido (Legendary character)lccn-n78095332Shakespeare, William1564-1616fast-798041Aeneas (Legendary character)lccn-n79006406Dryden, John1631-1700trlviaf-305841304Aeneas(Legendary character)lccn-n81012364English Chamber Orchestraprflccn-no2006094863Spencer, Christopher1930-edtlccn-n79103858D'Avenant, WilliamSir1606-1668Tate, Nahum1652-1715DramaParaphrasesPrayersCriticism, interpretation, etcPoetryParodies, imitations, etcBiographyJuvenile worksHistoryFictionBible.--PsalmsLear, King (Legendary character)Fathers and daughtersKings and rulersInheritance and successionBritonsAging parentsChurch of EnglandDido (Legendary character)LiturgicsOperasPsalmodyKing Lear (Shakespeare, William)Aeneas (Legendary character)Shakespeare, William,PsaltersOperas--ScoresOperas--Vocal scores with pianoEnglish dramaTate, Nahum,Anglican Communion--LiturgyPrayersHymns, EnglishLiteratureYoung adult drama, EnglishPoets, EnglishDramatists, EnglishGreat BritainDido and Aeneas (Purcell, Henry)English drama (Tragedy)Operas--LibrettosBook of common prayer (Church of England)EnglandWomenCutts, Elizabeth Pickering Cutts,--Baroness,Verse drama, EnglishPrayer booksCharles--II,--King of England,Literature--AdaptationsReligious poetry, English--Early modernLear, King (Legendary character), in literatureTragedyBooksellers' catalogsMassachusetts--BostonBallad operas--LibrettosExaminationsRevolution of 1688 (Great Britain)Purcell, Henry,Richard--II,--King of England,Promptbooks1652171516691677167816801681168216831684168516861687168816891690169116921693169416951696169716981699170017011702170317041705170617071708170917101711171217131714171517161717171817191720172117221723172417251726172717281729173017311732173317341735173617371738173917401741174217431744174517461747174917501751175317541755175617571758175917601761176217631764176517661767176817691770177117721773177417751776177717781779178017811782178317841785178617871788178917901791179217931794179517961797179817991800180118021803180418051806180718081809181018111812181318141815181618171818181918201821182218231824182518261827182818291830183118321833183418351836183718381839184018411842184318441845184618471848184918501851185218531854185518561857185818591860186118621863186418651866186718721882188418861887188818891890189118941897190219051908190919101914192019221923192419251926192719281929193019311932193419351937193919401941194219431945194719481949195019511952195319541955195619571958196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200020012002200320042005200620072008200920102011201220135003711244432822.33PR2819.A2ocn044788354ocn014202815ocn014627957ocn006185746ocn001135377ocn032746283ocn054682405ocn042546754ocn044122747ocn236108840ocn008742166ocn008736741ocn008619570ocn013615279ocn001538609ocn006985843ocn426075378ocn005995886ocn001880811ocn003248946ocn014192516ocn018830530ocn052731800ocn780568499ocn661933535ocn860428752ocn767412203ocn766994992ocn244214715ocn662197045ocn006655556ocn011908581ocn023625005ocn005744489ocn023625028ocn004769462ocn004722121ocn056331338ocn044527785ocn048450345ocn725283465ocn725667075ocn467702275ocn723879453ocn725032185ocn725522628ocn725220961ocn725196683ocn724160127ocn724781247ocn463401739ocn370590533ocn870998397ocn080704239ocn071925886ocn724583231ocn724109603ocn246495440ocn247409274ocn247408912ocn6591310117812971ocn511208705file16960.77Tate, NahumA new version of the Psalms of David. Fitted to the tunes used in churches. By N. Brady, D.D. Chaplain in Ordinary, and N. Tate, Esq ; Poet-Laureat to His MajestyHymnsHymns TextsParaphrasesPrayers4473197ocn044788354rcrd19350.39Purcell, HenryDido and AeneasMusical settingsMusicDramaSYNOPSIS: In order to cure her unhappiness, Dido, queen of Carthage, marries the Trojan prince, Aeneas, who is madly in love with her. While Dido and Aeneas are out hunting, an evil Sorceress and her assistants plot the destruction of Dido and Carthage. Soon, an evil witch disguised as the God Mercury stops Aeneas. She tells him that he must abandon Carthage and found a new Troy on Latin soil. While Aeneas hates the thought of leaving Dido, he cannot refuse a god's command. In the end, Aeneas decides to defy the god's command and stay with Dido. Nevertheless, Dido refuses to stay with a lover who even considered leaving her and soon dies3060166ocn014202815score18410.59Purcell, HenryDido and Aeneas : an operaMusicDramaManuscripts+-+63700484851877121ocn001177213book16810.70Tate, NahumThe history of King LearDrama82353ocn000123605book16810.27Shakespeare, WilliamKing LearHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcJuvenile worksComic books, strips, etcConcordancesGlossaries, vocabularies, etcFictionDictionariesPictorial worksDramaStudy guidesSourcesGraphic novelsHigh interest-low vocabulary booksPresents the original text of Shakespeare's play side by side with a modern version, discusses the author and the theater of his time, and provides quizzes and other study activities76921ocn014627957rcrd19620.39Purcell, HenryDido and AeneasDrama75259ocn642634425file16850.79Tate, NahumA duke and no duke. a farce. As it is now acted at both theatres with universal applause. Written originally by Sir Aston Cokain, and since revived with considerable alterations73314ocn000353464book19220.63Shakespeare, WilliamShakespeare adaptations. The tempest, the mock tempest, and King LearParodies, imitations, etcDrama6753ocn000352288book19650.59Shakespeare, WilliamFive Restoration adaptations of Shakespeare62227ocn044122747visu19780.56Purcell, HenryDido & AeneasDramaMusical filmsFilm adaptationsOperasA danced performance of the Baroque opera Dido and Aeneas. Dido, the noble queen of Carthage, has fallen in love with the Trojan Prince Aeneas. While the court celebrates the imminent union of the two monarchs, the evil sorceress with her coven of witches plots their downfall. Romance leads to heartbreak and tragedy+-+453588261657737ocn084806010file17320.74Drury, RobertThe devil of a duke or, Trapolin's vagaries. A (farcical ballad) opera. As acted at the theatres of London and Edinburgh53141ocn083474828file17240.53Shakespeare, WilliamThe history of King LearDrama"King Lear, widely considered Shakespeare's most deeply moving, passionately expressed, and intellectually ambitious play, has almost always been edited from the revised version printed in the First Folio of 1623, with additions from the quarto of 1608. Acting on recent discoveries, this volume presents the first full, scholarly edition to be based firmly on the quarto, now recognized as the base text from which all others derive. A thorough, attractively written introduction suggests how the work grew slowly in Shakespeare's imagination, fed by years of reading, thinking, and experience as a practical dramatist. Analysis of the great range of literary and other sources from which he shaped the tragedy, and of its critical and theatrical history, indicates that the play felt as shocking and original to early audiences as it does now. Its challenges have often been evaded, notably in Nahum Tate's notorious adaptation. During the twentieth century, however, deeper understanding of the conventions of Shakespeare's theatre restored confidence in the theatrical viability of his original text, while the play has also generated a remarkable range of off-shoots in film, television, the visual arts, music, and literature." "The commentary to this edition offers detailed help in understanding the language and dramaturgy in relation to the theatres in which King Lear was first performed. Additional sections reprint the early ballad, ignored by all modern editors, which was among its earliest derivatives, and provide additional guides to understanding and appreciating one of the greatest masterworks of Western civilization."--BOOK JACKET45514ocn000085170book16810.82Shakespeare, WilliamThe history of King Richard the Second, 1681Drama44223ocn083275488file16980.84Tate, NahumA consolatory poem to the Right Honourable John Lord Cutts upon the death of his most accomplish'd ladyPoetry37929ocn012734950book16300.84Tate, NahumThe loyal general a tragedy : acted at the Duke's Theatre36513ocn875141611file16930.90Tate, NahumA present for the ladies being an historical account of several illustrious persons of the female sex : to which is added, The character of an accomplish'd virgin, wife, and widow, in versePoetry36216ocn012167329book16900.88Tate, NahumA pastoral dialogue a poemHistoryPoetry35723ocn012741827book16960.90Tate, NahumMiscellanea sacra, or, Poems on divine & moral subjects34318ocn011940725book16850.88Tate, NahumOn the sacred memory of our late sovereign, with a congratulation to His Present MajestyPoetry32726ocn011940645book16780.88Tate, NahumBrutus of Alba, or, The enchanted lovers a tragedy acted at the Duke's TheatreDrama7602ocn000315289book19720.53Spencer, ChristopherNahum TateCriticism, interpretation, etcBiography1306ocn015272083book16980.88Bury, ArthurA breif and full account of Mr. Tate's and Mr. Brady's new version of the PsalmsParaphrases742ocn745269679file17010.63Dothat, AndrewA satyr on the Kentish-Men and Tte, the poet. By Andrew Dothat, Gent212ocn023625056book18970.84Erzgraeber, RudolfNahum Tate's und George Colman's bühnenbearbeitungen des Shakespeare'schen King Lear205ocn060325984book19320.95Scott-Thomas, Herbert FrancisThe life and works of Nahum Tate101ocn084331434rcrd19910.35Purcell, HenryComplete odes and welcome songsMusical settings101ocn028838877book17940.74Church of EnglandThe book of common prayer and administration of the sacraments and other rites and ceremonies of the church according to the use of the Church of EnglandHymnsHymns TextsAutographsCatechismsCalendarsGenealogyPortraitsParaphrasesMeditationsIllustrationsCreedsPrayersLiturgical lessonsEngraved plates consist of "The Powder Plot Nov. 5, " "K. Charles I murthered, " and "K. Charles II his return, " all with captions referencing Biblical verses91ocn273501476rcrd20070.26Theatre of Early MusicHere let my lifeMusical settings81ocn137248348book20050.31Schreier, BirgitTransformation und Kreation : das dramatische Werk von Nahum TateCriticism, interpretation, etc81ocn023624926book16960.86Pittis, WilliamAn epistolary poem to N. Tate, Esquire, and poet laureat to His Majesty, occasioned by the taking of NamurHistoryPoetry81ocn020020077score19430.74Billings, WilliamBethlehem : from the Singing master's assistant, 1778Musical settings71ocn252045054book19800.50Thompson, John CargillA reader's guide to fifty British plays, 1660-1900Criticism, interpretation, etcBiographyHandbooks, manuals, etcStories, plots, etc51ocn011359698score19430.82Billings, WilliamThe bird : from The Suffolk harmony, 1786Musical settings52ocn008818287mix19640.96Ayres, JamesShakespeare in the Restoration Nahum Tate's The history of King Richard the Second, the history of King Lear, and the ingratitude of a common-wealthCriticism, interpretation, etc41ocn540863379book20091.00Stickland, PeterDido's lament, or, The willing librettist : a novelFiction+-+376765104532441ocn005201897book19600.94Shakespeare, WilliamKing Lear a tragedy, in five actsPortraits41ocn015709355book17010.82Dothat, AndrewA satyr on the Kentish-men and T--te, the poet. By Andrew Dothat31ocn213109199book20070.47Stickland, PeterDido's lament : a tale about the making of the opera Dido and AeneasFiction21ocn702365534book17670.96Reformed Church in AmericaThe Psalms of David : with the Ten Commandments, Creed, Lord's Prayer, &c. in metre. Also, the Catechism, Confession of Faith, Liturgy, &c. Translated from the Dutch. For the use of the Reformed Protestant Dutch Church of the city of New York22ocn842504783book19540.82Golden, Samuel ANahum TateDissertations, Academic+-+6370048485+-+6370048485Thu Oct 16 15:11:39 EDT 2014batch90733