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Selected Middle English lyrics

Author: T L Burton; Chaucer Society (London, England)
Publisher: [Provo, Utah] : Chaucer Studio, ©1990.
Series: Occasional readings, 7.
Edition/Format:   Audiobook on Cassette : Cassette recording : English, Middle [1100-1500]View all editions and formats
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Material Type: Audio book, etc.
Document Type: Sound Recording
All Authors / Contributors: T L Burton; Chaucer Society (London, England)
OCLC Number: 24333527
Notes: Performed in Middle English.
Directed by T.L. Burton.
Credits: Director, T.L. Burton.
Performer(s): Basil Cottle and Rosamund Allen.
Event notes: Recorded by Olivia Collingwood at BBC Radio Bristol, Nov., 1990.
Description: 1 sound cassette : analog, 1 7/8 ips.
Contents: side 1. (Mainly religious) Wanne ich thenche thinges thre. If man him bithocte. Wen the turuf is thi tuur. Uuere beth they biforen us weren. I wolde witen of sum wys wiht. Wrecche mon wy artou proud. Adam lay ibowndyn bowndyn in a bond. I syng of a mayden that is makeles. Nou goth sonne under wod. Jesus woundes so wide. Lo lemman swete now may thou se. Quanne hic se on rode. Ihesus doth him bymene. Mankend I cale wich lyith in frale. A mayde Cristes me bit yorne (The Luve-Ron of Thomas of Hailes) --
side 2. (Mainly secular) Mirie it is while sumer ilast. Foweles in the frith. When the nyhtegale singes the wodes waxen grene. Bytuene Mersh and Aueril. As i went on Yol day in owr prosessyon. Ladd Y the daunce a myssomur day. Al this day ic han sought. I haue a newe gardyn and newe is begunne. Say me viit in the brom. Loke er thin herte be set. Summe men sayon that Y am blac. Sitteth alle stille and herkneth to me. Wanne mine eyhnen misten.
Series Title: Occasional readings, 7.

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