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The dragon of Wantley

Carey, Henry, ca. 1689-1743

The dragon of Wantley

a burlesque opera, in three acts

by Carey, Henry, ca. 1689-1743

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Published by J.Dicks, 313, Strand, and all booksellers, Samuel French & Son, 122, Nassau Street, soler agents in London, New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Librettos,
  • Operas

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby H. Carey
    SeriesDick"s standard plays -- Number 289
    ContributionsLampe, John Frederick, 1703?-1751
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML48 [S5385]
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. 311-316 [4] :
    Number of Pages316
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25053257M
    LC Control Number2010667737

    Here haunted of yore the fabulous Dragon of Wantley; here were fought many of the most desperate battles of the Civil Wars of the Roses; and here also flourished in ancient times those bands of gallant outlaws, whose deeds have been rendered so popular in English song. The dragon then faynted sore, And cast a galon and more Out of his mouthe of venim strong, And on Syr Bevis he it flong: It was venymous y-wis." This seems to be meant by the Dragon of Wantley's stink, ver. ; as the politic knight's creeping out, and attacking the . Dragon of Wantley explained. The Dragon of Wantley is a legend of a dragon-slaying by a knight on Wharncliffe Crags in South Yorkshire, recounted in a comic broadside ballad of , later included in Thomas Percy's Reliques of Ancient English Poetry, and enjoying widespread popularity in the 18th and 19th centuries, although less well-known today.


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Summary Poster shows a book cover with a dragon roaring at a rabbit. Contributor Names Stewardson, John, artist Wister, Owen, LibriVox recording of The Dragon of Wantley, by Owen Wister.

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Dec 07,  · The full libretto is at the University of Virginia Library, The Dragon of Wantley. There's a brief account of it on pages of Busby's Concert room and orchestra anecdotes of music and musicians.

Carey wrote a sequel, Margery; Or, A Worse Plague than the Dragon. The dragon of Wantley. Collection. Posters: American book posters. Dates / Origin Date Issued: - (Approximate) Library locations The Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs: Art & Architecture Collection Shelf locator: 3-MDW+++ (Posters: American book posters) Topics Publishing industry Posters, American Genres.

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written and researched by Nick Andrew One of the less than admirable claims to fame of the Wortley family is recorded – paradoxically – in the ballad ‘A True Relation of the Dreadful Combat Between Moore of Moore Hall and the Dragon of Wantley’ (Wantley being, of course, a modification of ‘Wortley’ to reflect the rapacity of the Wortleys).

A dragon is a large, serpentine legendary creature that appears in the folklore of many cultures around the world. Beliefs about dragons vary drastically by region, but dragons in western cultures since the High Middle Ages have often been depicted as winged, horned, four-legged, and capable of breathing fire.

Title [The dragon of Wantley]. Names Carey, Henry. (Librettist) Lampe, John Frederick. (Arranger) Collection. Prints depicting dance. Ballet or dance scenes from theatrical works, with or without people in them. How hisdaughter had determined to meet the Dragon, and so save Wantley; hownothing that a parent could say had influenced her intentions in theleast; and now he placed the entire matter in the hands of the Church.

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A dynamic table of contents enables to jump directly to the chapter selected. TABLE OF CONTENTS ABOUT THIS BOOK DEDICATION THE DRAGON OF WANTLEY PREFACEBrand: The Perfect Library.

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The musick by Mr. John Frederick Lampe, and performed at the Theatre-Royal in Covent-Garden. Moderniz'd from the old ballad after the Italian manner. Mar 24,  · A dragon slew at Lerna, With seven heads and fourteen eyes, To see and well discern-a: But he had a club, this dragon to drub, Or he ne'er had done it, I warrant ye: But More of More-hall, with nothing at all, He slew the dragon of Wantley.

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Carini. After sellout shows of King Arthur in November, Richmond Opera are returning to Normansfield Theatre with the Dragon of Wantley in May Wantley village near Sheffield is terrorised a child-gobbling dragon, and local hero Moore of Moorehall is entreated to.

Examples of medieval revival include: the Reluctant Dragon, and the New Dragon of Wantley, and The Book of Beasts.

boys' adventure tale. The boy's adventure tale, such as Treasure Island, grew out of the growing children's literature genre from the 19th century. It differs from children's literature in that it specifically focuses on the. A novel, The Dragon of Wantley, was written by Owen Wister (best known as the author of The Virginian) in Published by Lipincott Press, the story is a comic "burlesque" (in the author's words), concerning the "true" story of the Dragon.

It is a romantic story set at Christmas time in the early 13th century. The book was a surprise success, going through four editions over the next ten. Jan 06,  · A novel, The Dragon of Wantley, was written by Owen Wister (best known as the author of The Virginian) in Published by Lipincott Press, the story is a comic "burlesque" (in the author's words), concerning the "true" story of the Dragon.

It is a romantic story set at Christmastime in the early 13th century. The book was a surprise success, going through four editions over the next ten. “ Scene from the ballad ‘The Dragon of Wantley’; Print made by John June ca.

The bawdy ballad ‘The Dragon of Wantley’ may have been first printed in in .The Dragon of Wantley by Henry Carey,Samuel Foote Book Resume: Download or read The Dragon of Wantley book by clicking button below to visit the book download website. There are multiple format available for you to choose (Pdf, ePub, Doc).Apr 08,  · Opera review - rare comic delight: The Dragon of Wantley by John Frederick Lampe is one of those work which tends to crop up in history books rather more than on the operatic stage.

A comic English language work which, when mentioned usually gets linked to works like The Beggars Opera, the group Ars Eloquentiae gave us the opportunity for finding out for ourself when their performance of it 4/5.