2 edition of curtal found in the catalog.
|Statement||Barbara Stanley, Graham Lyndon-Jones.|
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|Pagination||24 p. :|
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: Curtal, Dulcian, Bajon: A History of the Precursor to the Bassoon () by Kilbey, Maggie and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books . curtal definition: shortened; curtailedOrigin of curtalOld French curtald from court, short from Classical Latin curtus, short a horse with a docked tail.
Leslie Shepard, _The Broadside Ballad_, Legacy Books, , , p. , "The Famous Battle between ROBIN HOOD and the Curtal Fryer" (reproduction of a broadside page) Roud # NOTES [ words]: This friar is otherwise known as Friar Tuck, so called because his frock is tucked up. Child says Curtal relates to the keeping of the "curtile. the Curtal became more frequent. Hawkins in his 'History of Music,' B chap. cxlvi, refers to a service in St. George's Chapel, Windsor, held on Ap , by order of the Sovereign and the Knights of the Garter. A statement in 'The Institution of the Order of the Garter' by Elias Ashmole (London, ), p.
curtal (curtall). Renaissance wind instr., ancestor of the bn., developed in midth cent. Had double reeds, single U-tube, and conical bore. Name comes from Lat. curtus, short, and, like bombard, was borrowed from artillery, the curtal being a variety of short-barrelled cannon. Bass curtal was known in Eng. as double curtal and had 2 keys (little finger and thumb). Curtail definition, to cut short; cut off a part of; abridge; reduce; diminish. See more.
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Curtal, Dulcian, Bajón: A History of the Precursor to the Bassoon Book, history of the precursor to the Bassoon. Curtal, Dulcian, Bajón – A History of the Precursor to the Bassoon, Maggie Kilbey's comprehensive book; IDRS, many useful articles This page was last edited on 5 Januaryat (UTC).
Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. Curtal, also spelled Curtall, French Courtaut, Italian Fagotto, German Dulzian, Renaissance-era musical instrument and predecessor of the bassoon, with a double-back bore cut from a single piece of wood and built in sizes from treble to double bass (sometimes called the double curtal in England and the Choristfagott in Germany).
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Maggie Kilbey. Kilbey, - Dulcian. Define curtal. curtal synonyms, curtal pronunciation, curtal translation, English dictionary definition of curtal. Archaic 1. An animal with a docked tail. See dulcian. Something cut short or docked.
adj. Obsolete Cut short or docked. adj 1. cut short 2. ‘The curtal was created by "folding" the shawm in half.’ ‘The new instrument was called either a curtal or a dulcian in England, and it became very popular as a general purpose bass instrument, even in refined settings where the higher shawms were considered inappropriate.’.
The curtal (or dulcian as it was known in Germany) is a Renaissance bass woodwind instrument, with a double reed and a folded (doubled into a 'U') conical bore to produce a much more compact instrument than for example the larger shawms. Curtal Sonnet Poems. As with most poets, I once thought all sonnets had to run lines and follow a rhyme scheme.
If the study of poetry's taught me anything for more than two decades, it's that my assumptions usually tend to be wrong. And so here we are with this line sonnet. Gerard Manley Hopkins invented the curtal sonnet in the 19th. This article relies largely or entirely on a single source.
Relevant discussion may be found on the talk help improve this article by introducing citations to additional sources. May ) "Robin Hood and the Curtal Friar" is Child Ballad numberabout Robin Hood.
Curtal definition: cut short | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples. Curtal definition is - having a docked tail.
History and Etymology for curtal. Middle French courtault, from court short, from Latin curtus. curtal - WordReference English dictionary, questions, discussion and forums.
All Free. Curtal Sonnets, a Gerald Manley Hopkins invented form of poetry. page book of Curtal Sonnets by American Poet Laureate, Jean Elizabeth Ward,with illustrations.
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More From Jean Elizabeth Ward, Ed. Curtal, Dulcian, Bajon: A History of the Precursor to the Bassoon [Kilbey, Maggie] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Curtal, First published: 01 Oct, For The Connoisseur Of Gout (A Curtal Sonnet) Gouty toes are tickled pink by beer: Light Ale’s frisson melds mace and mustard seed (due to the way urate is crystallized).
Lager’s snippier, like Grandma’s pinking shears while Porter stings like a pet centipede and Stout’s clout is pure Heaven – vulcanized. The curtal sonnet is a form invented by Gerard Manley Hopkins, and used in three of his poems, namely “Pied Beauty”, “Peace” and “Ash Boughs”. Curtal sonnet is an eleven-line (or, more accurately, ten-and-a-half-line) sonnet, but rather than the first eleven lines of a standard sonnet it consists of precisely ¾ of the structure of.
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Look at other dictionaries: curtal friar — noun (Walter Scott) A friar with a short frock • • • Main Entry: ↑curtal Useful english dictionary. curtal friar — noun A friar with a short gown., “Now, sirs, who hath seen our chaplain.
where is our curtal Friar?” Walter Scott, Ivanhoe Wiktionary. Robin Hood and the Curtal Friar — is Child ballad numberabout. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Add it All Up With a Curta Calculator. The Curta calculator is a collectors item and one of the first portable calculators. The machines were first designed in the s and have been used in the aviation and racing industries for many years.
Robin Hood is the archetypal English folk hero; a courteous, pious and swashbuckling outlaw of the mediæval era who, in modern versions of the legend, is famous for robbing the rich to feed the poor and fighting against injustice and tyranny.Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kilbey, Maggie.
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