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The Resource Ancient songs, chiefly on Moorish subjects,, translated from the Spanish by Thomas Percy. With a preface by David Nichol Smith

Ancient songs, chiefly on Moorish subjects,, translated from the Spanish by Thomas Percy. With a preface by David Nichol Smith

Label
Ancient songs, chiefly on Moorish subjects,
Title
Ancient songs, chiefly on Moorish subjects,
Statement of responsibility
translated from the Spanish by Thomas Percy. With a preface by David Nichol Smith
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Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
  • engspa
  • eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Index
no index present
LC call number
PQ6267.E4
LC item number
B28 1932
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Ancient songs, chiefly on Moorish subjects,, translated from the Spanish by Thomas Percy. With a preface by David Nichol Smith
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • "250 copies have been printed, of which 230 copies are for sale. This is no. 183."
  • This work was to have been published by S. Leacroft, London, in 1775. "[Percy] procured designs for an engraved title-page and for a frontispiece, as well as smaller illustrations; and he saw most of the text in proof. Why the book was not completed we can only surmise." cf. p. [v]-vi
Bibliography note
"Alcanzor and Zayda" and "The Moorish bull feast", included also in Percy's "Reliques", are in English only; the other ballads are in Spanish and English
Contents
El armamento del Moro. The Moor's equipment.-- El moro alcayde. The Moor alcaidy.-- La venganc̜a del Moro. The Moor's revenge.-- Rio verde, rio verde. Gentle river, gentle river.-- Alcanzor and Zayda.-- The Moorish bull feast.-- El marinero de amor. The mariner of love.-- Notes
Dimensions
30 x 23 cm.
Extent
xviii, 56 p., 2 L.
Lccn
33021123
Other physical details
plates.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)03444277
  • ucoclc3444277
Label
Ancient songs, chiefly on Moorish subjects,, translated from the Spanish by Thomas Percy. With a preface by David Nichol Smith
Publication
Note
  • "250 copies have been printed, of which 230 copies are for sale. This is no. 183."
  • This work was to have been published by S. Leacroft, London, in 1775. "[Percy] procured designs for an engraved title-page and for a frontispiece, as well as smaller illustrations; and he saw most of the text in proof. Why the book was not completed we can only surmise." cf. p. [v]-vi
Bibliography note
"Alcanzor and Zayda" and "The Moorish bull feast", included also in Percy's "Reliques", are in English only; the other ballads are in Spanish and English
Contents
El armamento del Moro. The Moor's equipment.-- El moro alcayde. The Moor alcaidy.-- La venganc̜a del Moro. The Moor's revenge.-- Rio verde, rio verde. Gentle river, gentle river.-- Alcanzor and Zayda.-- The Moorish bull feast.-- El marinero de amor. The mariner of love.-- Notes
Dimensions
30 x 23 cm.
Extent
xviii, 56 p., 2 L.
Lccn
33021123
Other physical details
plates.
System control number
  • (OCoLC)03444277
  • ucoclc3444277

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