[Milton-L] RE: Milton-L Digest, Vol 53, Issue 5

Arnold, Margaret mjarnold at ku.edu
Mon Apr 18 20:13:59 EDT 2011


I'm adding a message to the list.  We have two tickets each to Globe Theatre matinees on the 2nd and 3rd of June.  We have had to cancel a trip because my husband has been ill, but I'd like to give away some good seats.  They are to the current comedies, one of which is All's Well. The location is in the lowest tier of seats nearest the ground.



Please reply off-list to Margaret Arnold mjarnold at ku.edu<mailto:mjarnold at ku.edu>

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Dear Proffessor Blair,
Could you please send it o me as well? Thank you very much.
darioeg at hotmail.com
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> 1. RE: PL permuted index (Z?mb?n? Kocic Larisa)
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> From: Z?mb?n? Kocic Larisa <larisa at lit.u-szeged.hu>
> Subject: RE: [Milton-L] PL permuted index
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> Dear Professor Blair,
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> I'm joining the gratefull crew. Could you please send it o me as well?
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> Thank you very much.
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> Larisa Kocic-Zambo
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> larisa at lit.u-szeged.hu
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> From: Hugh Wilson [mailto:wilsonh at gram.edu]
> Sent: Friday, April 01, 2011 5:44 PM
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> Subject: RE: [Milton-L] PL permuted index
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> Dear Professor Blair,
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> As the response shows, this is a wonderful idea.
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> Thank you for your thoughtfulness and generosity.
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> Please send me a copy of the permuted index.
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> Thanks again,
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> Hugh F. Wilson
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> (318) 274-2287
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> From: milton-l-bounces at lists.richmond.edu
> [mailto:milton-l-bounces at lists.richmond.edu] On Behalf Of Judith Herz
> Sent: Friday, April 01, 2011 9:14 AM
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> Subject: RE: [Milton-L] PL permuted index
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> Ditto to all the dittos
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> Judith Herz
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> [mailto:milton-l-bounces at lists.richmond.edu] On Behalf Of Parrish, Paul A
> Sent: April 1, 2011 10:02 AM
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> I'll join the chorus of requesters. Thanks, Bob.
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> Paul
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> Paul A. Parrish
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> Regents Professor
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> Department of English
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> Texas A&M University
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> College Station, TX 77843-4227
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> p-parrish at tamu.edu
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> [mailto:milton-l-bounces at lists.richmond.edu] On Behalf Of Ryan Paul
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> Ditto for me. Thanks for providing such a useful tool!
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> On Fri, Apr 1, 2011 at 9:40 AM, Nancy Charlton <nbcharlton at comcast.net>
> wrote:
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> And I'd like to have it too, whether or not it is put on the web site.
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> Nancy Charlton
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> On 4/1/2011 6:26 AM, Jean E. Graham wrote:
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> Yes, that would be nice. failing that, I also would like to have your
> index, Bob.
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> With thanks in advance,
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> Jean Graham
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> Jean E. Graham
> Associate Professor of English
> The College of New Jersey
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> Sent: Thursday, March 31, 2011 10:59:57 PM GMT -05:00 US/Canada Eastern
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> There are so many people who would like to have this that perhaps you might
> persuade Kevin to post it on the Milton-L web site and have it be available
> for downloading -- provided, of course, that you and Milton-L take proper
> copyright protections.
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> Nancy Charlton
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> On 3/31/2011 5:51 PM, Salwa Khoddam wrote:
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> Please send me your index. Thank you for sharing your scholarship.
> Salwa Khoddam
> Salwa Khoddam, Ph.D.
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> Sent: Thursday, March 31, 2011 5:50 PM
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> I would love to have that as well. Thank you for sharing such a useful tool.
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> ________________________________________
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> milton-l-bounces at lists.richmond.edu ] on behalf of Bob Blair [
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> Sent: Thursday, March 31, 2011 4:11 PM
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> Subject: [Milton-L] PL permuted index
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> I have a permuted index of Paradise Lost which I will share with anyone
> interested. A permuted index shows each key word in context. I've found it
> useful in looking for word and sound combinations.
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> The index is a text file of about 4.4 MB, so I'm reluctant to post it
> without permission.
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> Bob Blair
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> Zack, et al:
>
> About a year ago, someone asked this question on the community weblog
> metafilter.com. A number of good suggestions about composers, performers,
> and online resources:
>
> http://ask.metafilter.com/150032/Yee-Olde-Musick-Shoppe
>
> Best,
> Ryan Singh Paul
>
> On Sun, Apr 3, 2011 at 11:14 AM, Hannibal Hamlin
> <hamlin.hannibal at gmail.com>wrote:
>
> > A HUGE question, but I'll bite. Here are some particularly imaginative
> > recordings, of special interest to those who study Renaissance literature
> > and culture:
> >
> > *Bara Faustus' Dream: Mr Francis Tregian his Choice*. By Les Witches. Lute
> > songs and instrumental music inspired (i.e., for Les Witches) by the
> > recusant Francis Tregian and the fabulous Unton Memorial at the National
> > Portrait Gallery. The concept doesn't take you very far, but it's good
> > music.
> >
> > *My Lady Riche*. Emily van Evera and Christopher Morrongiello. Really a
> > brilliant album. Apart from having great music (Dowland, Byrd, Coprario and
> > others), it's like a musico-cultural biography of Penelope Devereux. Full of
> > surprises.
> >
> > *Celestiall Witchcraft: The Private Music of Henry and Charles, Princes of
> > Wales*. Fretwork. Great early 17th c. music from this court within the
> > court. Of both musical and historical interest.
> >
> > *1605: Treason & Discord: William Byrd and the Gunpowder P**lot*. The
> > Kings' Singers. Slightly weird but intriguing gathering of materials around
> > the Plot. The actual historical connections between music and event are slim
> > to none, but there's some fabuluous music here, especially by Byrd (of
> > course a recusant). His Mass for 4 his Civitas sancti especially (the latter
> > one of the very greatest of Renaissance motets).
> > The King's Singers Renaissance recordings are all worth having, at least
> > the more recent ones. The group that's been active for the last decade or so
> > is one of the best vocal ensembles ever. They have a recording of *The
> > Triumphs of Oriana* (tedious to listen to all through, but an important
> > collection), *The English Renaissance* (Tallis and Byrd), and more.
> >
> > Buy anything by the Huelgas Ensemble -- they're brilliant and also
> > imaginative in their programming. For early Tudor music, the Sixteen have
> > recorded everything in the Eton Choirbooks. The Tallis Scholars are solid
> > and reliable, if a little uninspired sometimes. The Hilliard Ensemble did
> > some great recordings (Dunstable, Byrd, Josquin) back in the 80s, but I
> > don't know how many are still available. I wouldn't stretch back too far,
> > since the quality of early music performance has improved significantly over
> > the decades. The Deller Consort has a quaint historical interest, for
> > example, but they're painful to listen to now. The one exception I'd make is
> > David Munrow, whose ensemble made some fabulous and ground-breaking
> > recordings quite a ways back -- boxed sets of The Music of the Netherlands,
> > Early Instruments, and another of Machaut and Dufay. There's loads and loads
> > of other ensemble music, especially sacred. The Orlando Consort are very
> > good, The Byrd Edition by The Cardinal's Music is superb, and Byrd is really
> > the greatest composer of the English Renaissance, and one of the greatest
> > period -- despite the fact that Anthony Tommasini didn't include him in his
> > silly NYT list! New York's Lionheart also has an excellent recording of
> > Tudor music: *My Fayre Ladye*. Many of the church and college choirs also
> > do excellent recordings: Winchester Cathedral, King's College, St. John's
> > College, St. Paul's, etc.
> >
> > There are tons of lute song recordings. The best countertenor going is the
> > German Andreas Scholl, who is in a class by himself. Others who've done
> > Dowland, Campion, et al well are Rufus Mueller, Ian Partridge, and Emma
> > Kirkby (a very limited singer, despite having dominated the early music
> > scene in its early days, but she does lute songs well).
> >
> > There are some interesting recordings of Renaissance popular music: *How
> > the World Wags: Social Music for a Seventeenth Century Englishman*, by The
> > City Waites, and *Johnny, Cock Thy Beaver*, by The Dufay Collective.
> > Cheers,
> >
> > Hannibal
> >
> >
> > On Sun, Apr 3, 2011 at 10:19 AM, Zackariah Long <zclong at owu.edu> wrote:
> >
> >> Hi, there, fellow Miltonists,
> >>
> >> This is slightly tangential to the purpose of this list, but if pressed I
> >> suppose I could say I was working on "At a Solemn Music" or was interested
> >> in Milton's father:
> >>
> >> Recently I have become interested in listening to Renaissance music and
> >> was wondering if anyone had recommendations of nice places to start in the
> >> way of CDs or boxed sets. I started where I am most comfortable, with
> >> Shakespeare and Elizabethan music--of which there seems to be an abundance
> >> of easily available collections--but would be interested in ranging further
> >> abroad within the England or on the Continent. Any favorite sets or
> >> sites/labels to check out?
> >>
> >> With much appreciation,
> >> Zack
> >>
> >> --
> >> Zackariah Long
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