Poems (Coates 1916)/Volume I/Music

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For works with similar titles, see Music.
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THE might of music, and its mystic fire,
Will from no studied Art alone proceed;
The soul of Orpheus must infuse the lyre,
The breath of Pan must blow the plaintive reed.