EBBA 35918

Beinecke Library - Michell-Jolliffe
 
The Musical Shepherdess, or, Dorinda's Lamentation for the loss of Amintas: / Amintas all Arcadia's Glory was, / A youth so sweet that all he did surpass, / But Times all mowing Sith this flower did cut, / Fate to his days hath the last period put: / For Musick, and for singing, who but he, / Was fit to help the Gods with Harmony? / His fair Dorinda, seeing he was gone, / And she poor Mournful Damsel left alone. / Invokes the Nymphs to sing his praise, / Whilst she a Garland Weaves, then ends her days. / Resolving not to stay behind her Love, / She be[i]ng deny'd him here, mounts up above.
Date Published 1681-1684
Author Walter Pope
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Imprint Printed for, J.W. J.C. W.T. and T.P.
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Collection Beinecke Library - Michell-Jolliffe
Location Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Shelfmark 2000 Folio 6 260
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Title The Musical Shepherdess, or, Dorinda's Lamentation for the loss of Amintas: / Amintas all Arcadia's Glory was, / A youth so sweet that all he did surpass, / But Times all mowing Sith this flower did cut, / Fate to his days hath the last period put: / For Musick, and for singing, who but he, / Was fit to help the Gods with Harmony? / His fair Dorinda, seeing he was gone, / And she poor Mournful Damsel left alone. / Invokes the Nymphs to sing his praise, / Whilst she a Garland Weaves, then ends her days. / Resolving not to stay behind her Love, / She be[i]ng deny'd him here, mounts up above.
Tune Imprint To a pleasant New Tune, called, Amintas fa[r]ewel: or, Digby's Fa[r]ewell.
First Lines ADieu to the Pleasures and follies of Love, / For a passion more noble my fancy doth move,
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