. The comedies, histories, tragedies, and poems of William Shakspere. e Orianathe line a stage-direction 1 Then sing him ! madrigal, could have been the same that subse- SCENE II.] AS YOU LIKE IT. 253 J J-J^^^ and horns to 1 1>- ^^^m thou wast 3—L-^-P::^ ^^ And thy • fa - ther wore - - - f- ^- it. ^1 -—] J ^ —1 ! 1 1 thing to laugh to i^—n=E3 ^^;^==^=^A^=^ ^^^^ ^m. -s^- ^^^^=^E]^ f=3z=U=^^: j j=j=pJ=.^==^ =P^^ =1=^^ quently published Catch that Catch can, aswell as another work which he names. This isa question into which we shall not enter, ouronly object being to give such music, as

. The comedies, histories, tragedies, and poems of William Shakspere. e Orianathe line a stage-direction 1 Then sing him ! madrigal, could have been the same that subse- SCENE II.] AS YOU LIKE IT. 253 J J-J^^^ and horns to 1 1>- ^^^m thou wast 3—L-^-P::^ ^^ And thy • fa - ther wore - - - f- ^- it. ^1  -—]  J ^ —1 ! 1 1 thing to laugh to i^—n=E3 ^^;^==^=^A^=^ ^^^^ ^m. -s^- ^^^^=^E]^ f=3z=U=^^: j_ j=j=pJ=.^==^ =P^^ =1=^^ quently published Catch that Catch can, aswell as another work which he names. This isa question into which we shall not enter, ouronly object being to give such music, as Stock Photo
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. The comedies, histories, tragedies, and poems of William Shakspere. e Orianathe line a stage-direction 1 Then sing him ! madrigal, could have been the same that subse- SCENE II.] AS YOU LIKE IT. 253 J J-J^^^ and horns to 1 1>- ^^^m thou wast 3—L-^-P::^ ^^ And thy • fa - ther wore - - - f- ^- it. ^1 -—] J ^ —1 ! 1 1 thing to laugh to i^—n=E3 ^^;^==^=^A^=^ ^^^^ ^m. -s^- ^^^^=^E]^ f=3z=U=^^: j_ j=j=pJ=.^==^ =P^^ =1=^^ quently published Catch that Catch can, aswell as another work which he names. This isa question into which we shall not enter, ouronly object being to give such music, as part of Shaksperes plays, as is supposed to have beenoriginally, sung in them, or that may have beenintroduced in them shortly after their pro-duction. 254 ^ Scene III.—/ see, love hath made thee atame snake.Upon this passage the commentators simplysay, This term was, in our authors time, fre- ILLUSTRATIONS. [aCT V. quently used to express a poor contemptiblefellow. We have no doubt that the allusionwas to the snake made harmless by the serpent-charmer.. [ieipeiit Channels of India.^ ACT V. -^ Scene III.— It ivas a lover, and his lass. In the Signet-OfEce library at Edinburgh is aMS. in 4to., formerly in the possession of Mr.Hebei, containing many songs set to music, andamong them the following. It seems quite clearthat this manuscript cannot have been writtenlater than sixteen years after the publication ofthe present play, and may have existed at amuch earlier period; it is, therefore, not strain-ing probability too hard to suppose that the airhere inserted was, in some form—most likely as a duet, unless the two pages sang in unison—performed in the play, either as this was origin-ally acted, or not long after its production. Butwhether our conjecture—and only as such weoffer it—be well or ill founded, there can be nodoubt that the composition is one of thosewhich, in musical chronology, is classed asancient. We here give it, with the simple andmodern ac

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