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La chanson de Roland
Published online: 20 Dec Published online: 5 Aug Recherches sur la formation des chansons de geste , Paris, Champion, , 4 t. Compte rendu: Serena Modena, dans Critica del testo , , , p. Comptes rendus: Paul Vincent Rockwell, dans Olifant , , , p. Gallagher, dans Dalhousie French Studies , 80, , p. Compte rendu: E. Stengel, dans Jenaer Literaturzeitung , 10, , p. Comptes rendus: E. Will, dans The Romanic Review , 1, , p.
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Comptes rendus: Raynouard, dans Journal des savants , , p. Thomas, dans Court Journal , 25 mars Amiel, dans Journal de Paris , 25 avril Compte rendu: Gaston Paris, dans Romania , 2, , p. Compte rendu: W. Mussafia, dans Centralblatt , 25 mai , col. Compte rendu: Gaston Paris, dans Romania , 1, , p. Comptes rendus: Adolphe d'Avril, dans Polybiblion , 14, , p. Wilmotte, dans Romania , 51, , p. Comptes rendus: Gaston Paris, dans Romania , 18, , p. Mussafia, dans Romania , 18, , p. Comptes rendus: Adolf Mussafia, dans Germania , 7, , p. Compte rendu: Adolf Mussafia, dans Germania , 7, , p.
Geddes, Jr. Traduction par O. Compte rendu: A. Jeanroy, dans Romania , 31, , p. Comptes rendus: Yvan G. Compte rendu: Gaston Paris, dans Romania , 7, , p. Comptes rendus: May Plouzeau, dans Revue des langues romanes , , , p. Comptes rendus: Philip E. Bennett, dans French Studies , , , p. Comptes rendus: Shira Schwam-Baird, dans Olifant , , , p. The "Scots Musical Museum" was published in 5 volumes from till , reprinted in 6 volumes in , and in in 4 volumes with notes by William Stenhouse, William Laing and Sharpe.
Though he gave it away in , so that there is less information on songs written or printed later, the notes written by Burns in R. Riddell's interleaved copy of the Museum , published in confirmed by a MS in Burn's handwriting discovered in make easier distinguishing Burns's own creation from mere collected songs.
The Hastie MSs kept in the British Museum songs in Burns's handwriting as well as Gray's and Law's MS list s lists of songs intended for the 2nd and 3rd volume of the museum also are of great help. The Edinburgh music teacher Stephen Clarke who died in was brought in to harmonize the tunes in the Museum. Burns reproached him with "indolence".
But if his harmonisations may seem rudimentary after the model of the "Orpheus Caledonius", , they don't overpower but support and raise the vocal line, and are therefore more acceptable than the florid accompaniments G. Thomson obtained from Beethoven, Haydn and Pleyel for his "Collection". For George Thomson's collection of Scottish airs Burns started in September to perform a function similar to that which he had had in the "Museum"; and he chiefly devoted the last nine years of his life to these two publications, refusing any recompense for this work which he regarded as a patriotic service.
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Most of his productions have passed into the life and feeling of the Scottish nation and, especially, his Jacobite songs. Awa', Whigs, awa'! Burns lui reproche d'aller "au plus facile". Elles valent mieux que les fioritures que G. Au diable, les Whigs! The collection was printed within 3 or 4 years after his death in , under the auspices of the "Crochallan Fencibles" , an Edinburgh singing and drinking society with subversive sympathies into which Burns was introduced in , by the printer of his poems, William Smellie who founded the club.
The meetings were held at a tavern in Anchor Close. The word 'Fencible' applied to the voluntary arming due to the alarms caused by the American War of Independence, and the office-bearers of the society had pseudo-military rank. For performance at these meetings Burns wrote, beside the Bacchanalian Hey, Tutti Tatti , many subversive songs. That time was a period of bright conviviality in Scotland, when literary abilities were not lost in the solitude of the study, but opposed or joined in fraternal rivalry in such clubs of every shade and description: the Spendthrift Club, the Easy Club, the Dirty Club, etc.
William Smellie had died in , but Burns's licentious work was surreptitiously published, perhaps by one of his friends, the bookseller Peter Hill, who also was active in the Fencibles. Burns made no secret of his interest in erotic verse but never printed these bawdy songs and left unsigned or Z-coded in the "Scots Musical Museum" the "sanitized" versions of them as he did for the Jacobite songs he was writing during those same years. Two copies of the original are known to exist, but it has since been published in fac simile edition.
The "Merry Muses" were denied for more than a hundred years after Burns's death and when they were finally acknowledged, they were banned in USA until and in Britain until Lady Nairne's poem "The Land of the Leal" written around was for a long time ascribed to Burns to atone for the licentious verses penned by the national idol. Carolina e Oliphant 's songs are second only in popularity to Burns's.
She was born on 16 August in Gask, Perthshire. She herself had been named after the Young Pretender Carolina being the feminine form of Charles. To cheer his sick father and her uncle, Duncan, Chief Struan Robertson, she composed Jacobite songs to old tunes. She also adapted popular melodies with new lyrics. For a long time her songs were published under the nom de plume of Mrs Bogan of Bogan. Much of her work was contributed to Robert Purdie's Scottish Minstrel, She married her cousin, Major William Nairne in , but kept her writing secret even from him.
They had a son, born in , when she was aged In peerages and titles which had been forfeited as a result of the Jacobite Uprising were restored and so Caroline became Lady Nairne. Lord Nairne died in and she then travelled through Europe, returning to Gask two years before her death on 26th October Her collected songs 87 in all were published as "Lays from Strathearn" in Lord Nairne mourut en Que te semble de Geordie?
La Rose Blanche de juin Ne reviendras-tu jamais? At the age of 20 Hogg was employed as a shepherd at a farm in Yarrow belonging to a relative of his mother's who gave him access to books and encouraged him to write. In he met Sir Walter Scott, and their mutual interest in traditional ballads led to a lifelong friendship. Hogg divided his activities between literature and farming, losing a great deal of money through a failed deal to buy a farm in Harris, and having little success with his own farm in Dumfriesshire.
He moved to Edinburgh in and edited a literary magazine called "The Spy" which had to fold after a year. The publication of "The Queen's Wake" brought him the patronage of a Duke who granted him a farm in Yarrow at no rent. Hogg, now apparently free from financial worries, began writing stories and novels, among which "The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner" is his most famous work which greatly influenced Robert Louis Stevenson's "Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde". Hogg married in and had five children. He took a second farm, which he kept until he was bankrupted in He died five years later, on 21 November , and is buried in Ettrick.
He was admired as such by William Wordsworth , for whom Yarrow was a place of pilgrimage. His "Jacobite Relics of Scotland" 2 volumes and are the main published authority for Jacobite Songs in spite of numerous intrisic defects. Hogg was supplied by many enthusiasts, including Scott with a flood of copies in "broadsides" printed music sheets cf illustration and manuscripts among which he ought to have made a choice, his first intention being to include only contemporary, Scottish Jacobite songs.
In fact he gave admission to English songs and modern songs and, in some instances, to songs which he had written music, inclusively or re-written. Also, he readily mixed together several versions of the same song: "I have not always taken the best, but the best verses of each". Many songs which he got from Johnson's Museum are the work of Burns. Other modern songs are by Allan Cunningham or Lady Nairne.
Nearly all Scots and English Jacobite songs have found their way into the 2 volumes of Hogg's collection encompassing no less than songs inclusive of 76 Whig songs. The tune and more or less detailed comments are provided for of them.