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  • -1387- Those cattle smaller than a Bee -1388- Touch lightly Nature's sweet Guitar -1389- These held their Wick above the West — -1390- They might not need
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  • 143082Q281078Noel RosaNoelRosaRosa,_Noel19101937Brazilian songwriter, singer, and guitar/banjo player. Note: Wikisource has received permission to host these works
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 “Guitar,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed.), 1911 “Guitar Fiddle,” in Encyclopædia Britannica, (11th ed
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  • in the Convent of-- from Epipsychidion When the Lamp is Shattered With a Guitar, to Jane Zucca The Cenci Hellas Prometheus Unbound (1820) (transcription
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  • for his clear and forceful singing, his virtuosity on the twelve string guitar, and a rich songbook of folk standards Gallows Pole Grey Goose
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  • -911- Too scanty 'twas to die for you, -1013- Touch lightly Nature's sweet Guitar -1389- Tried always and Condemned by thee -1559- Triumph — may be of several
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  • hymn tune for "What a Friend We Have in Jesus" (1855) New Method for the Guitar (1855) Musical Bouquet (1859) The One Hundred and Twenty-sixth Psalm (1860)
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  • A Comic Song", 1853 "The Coquet", an arrangement of "The Coquette" for guitar "The Colored Coquette", a minstrel song, 1853 "Our Battle Flag" Works
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  • journey (compare "Cold, clear, and blue the morning heaven") The Lady to Her Guitar (For him who struck thy foreign string) Ladybird! ladybird! fly away home
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  • The Yellow Book Volume 6 The Guitar Player 1069400The Yellow Book Volume 6 — The Guitar Player The Guitar Player By George Thomson
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  • sweet Guitar by Emily Dickinson 1389 13914Touch lightly Nature's sweet Guitar — 1389Emily Dickinson Touch lightly Nature's sweet Guitar Unless
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  • Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 12 Guitar Fiddle 4168691911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 12 — Guitar Fiddle [ 704 ] GUITAR FIDDLE (Troubadour Fiddle)
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  • I. The Guitar Player By George Thomson 7 II. Durham   F. G. Cotman 62 III. A Penelope       IV. Sohrab Taking Leave of his Mother   Patten Wilson 87 V
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  • 1911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 12 Guitar 4168681911 Encyclopædia Britannica, Volume 12 — Guitar GUITAR (Fr. guitarre, Ger. Guitarre, Ital. chitarra
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  •  (1900)  edited by George Grove Guitar by Alfred James Hipkins 1504674A Dictionary of Music and Musicians — Guitar1900 GUITAR (Fr. Guitare, obsolete Guiterne;
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  • foolish thoughts away That mourn your memory. XII THE LADY TO HER GUITAR For him who struck thy foreign string, I ween this heart has ceased to
    395 bytes (4,476 words) - 03:52, 13 October 2012
  • Adventure of Prince Florizel and a Detective The Pavilion on the Links A Lodging for the Night The Sire de Maletroit's Door Providence and the Guitar
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  • With a Guitar, to Jane by Percy Bysshe Shelley 221059With a Guitar, to JanePercy Bysshe Shelley Ariel to Miranda:--Take This slave of Music, for
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  • and skeletal footstep. -As I dreamed it when I was young.-   And in the guitar, resonant and tremulous, the brusque hand, while striking, imitated the
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  • LAST WORDS I knew not 'twas so dire a crime 71 XII. THE LADY TO HER GUITAR For him who struck thy foreign string  72 XIII. THE TWO CHILDREN Heavy
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