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Toward the end of his address to Mary, Forrest wishes his queen "yearys, longe / and manye / so to continue"; he hopes that she and Philip will by "Is-suynge betweene yowe / suche worthye Issue, | this Royalme to keepe / from desolation"; and he also hopes that Philip "oure Kynge [will] bee / nomore as straunge Geste" to England.
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How manie waies the same maie be inconuenient and dangerous, specially in that they desire to passe with pomp through the citie, yowe can consider ...
Soon after, Pilate invites the prelates 'to [??]e benke brayde yowe' (l.275).
Yet from his earliest significant compositions in the mid-1930s, Tippett often adopted a musical style that could be called pastoral, particularly in works such as the Concerto for Double String Orchestra, whose slow movement is based on the Scottish folksong "'Ca'the Yowes"; in his great visionary opera The Midsummer Marriage, set in a magic wood which comes alive with animal dancers in its central Act; above all in the Fantasia concertante on a theme of Corelli (1953), which ends with an Andante--Adagio alla pastorale tranquilla whose ecstatic solo violin lines recall Vaughan Williams's The Lark Ascending.
The play opens with the voice of Jeannie Moffat, offstage, singing 'Ca' the yowes' and talking to the calves in pure Doric as she feeds them, and her admirer Jimmie comments 'Siller an' sqweelin hisna blaudit her.
It is a peculiarly lovea-ble work of easy-going melodic charm - the slow movement a brief meditation on the folk song Ca' the Yowes, the finale employing a form of pre-jazz pop music, the cakewalk, which was already archaic by the 1930s.
CONTENTS: "The Ash Grove" (B[??]/A[??]/G[??]); "Barbara Allen" (F/D/D); "Believe me, if all those endearing young charms" (F/E[??]/D[??]); "Ca' the yowes to the knows" (b/a/g); "Charlie is my darling" (d/c/c); "Drink to me only with thine eyes" (F/E[??]/D); "The Jolly Miller" (b[??]/g/g); "The man behind the plough" (A/G/F); "My Lady Greensleeves" (g/f/e); "My lady's garden" (E[??]/D[??]/C); "Oh!
The Yowes added the Cup Winners' Cup to their Central League Division Two title last weekend, beating Beith 2-0 in the final.
In addition, adjunct instructor Terry McQuilkin has three selections: "Ca' the Yowes," a piano solo based on a Scottish folk melody; the world premiere of ``3 for 4'' for bassoon quartet; and a short vocal solo titled "She Walks in Beauty" for soprano and piano.