Uhlands schriften zur geschichte der dichtung und sage: bd. Abhandlung über die deutschen volkslieder. 1866

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Page 43 - SPRING, the sweet spring, is the year's pleasant king; Then blooms each thing, then maids dance in a ring, Cold doth not sting, the pretty birds do sing: Cuckoo, jug-jug, pu-we, to-witta-woo...
Page 521 - That wear gowd on your hair, To come or gae by Carterhaugh, For young Tam Lin is there. There's nane that gaes by Carterhaugh But they leave him a wad, Either their rings, or green mantles, Or else their maidenhead. Janet has kilted her green kirtle A little aboon her knee, And she has broded her yellow hair A little aboon her bree, And she's awa...
Page 340 - En Castilla está un castillo, que se llama Rocafrida ; al castillo llaman Roca, y á la fonte llaman Frida. El pie tenia de oro, y almenas de plata fina ; entre almena y almena está una piedra zafira ; tanto relumbra de noche como el sol á mediodía.
Page 43 - The cuckoo is a fine bird, He sings as he flies, He brings us good tidings; He tells us no lies. He sucks little birds' eggs To make his voice clear, And when he sings ' cuckoo
Page 521 - She hadna pu'da rose, a rose, A double rose, but barely three, When up and started a Loudon Lord, Wi' Loudon hose, and Loudon sheen. "O will ye be called a robber's wife? Or will ye be stickit wi' my bloody knife? For pu'in the rose mid the fair lilie, For pu'in them sae fair and free.
Page 547 - One morning in the summer-time they were upon their couch, and Geraint lay upon the edge of it. And Enid was without sleep in the apartment, which had windows of glass;* and the sun shone upon the couch. And the clothes had slipped from off his arms and his breast, and he was asleep. Then she gazed upon the marvellous beauty of his appearance, and she said, " Alas ! and am I the cause that these arms and this breast have lost their glory, and the warlike fame which they once so richly enjoyed?
Page 149 - Dogles, And all that ever with him be. The fattiste hartes in all Cheviat He sayd he wold kill, and cary them away: Be my feth, sayd the dougheti Doglas agayn, I wyll let that hontyng yf that I may.
Page 44 - So, now is come our joyful'st feast; Let every man be jolly ; Each room with ivy leaves is drest, And every post with holly. Though some churls at our mirth repine, Round your foreheads garlands twine ; Drown sorrow in a cup of wine, And let us all be merry. Now all our neighbours...
Page 519 - Del rosal vengo, mi madre, vengo del rósale. A riberas de aquel vado viera estar rosal granado: vengo del rósale. A riberas de aquel río viera estar rosal florido: vengo del rósale. Viera estar rosal florido, cogí rosas con sospiro: vengo del rósale. Del rosal vengo, mi madre, vengo del rósale.
Page 341 - Reis, fet li fol, là sus en le air Ai une sale ù je repair ; De veire est faite bel e grant, Li solail vait par mi raiant, En le air est e par nuez pent, Ne berce ne crolle pur vent. De la sale ad une chambre Faite de cristal e de l'ambre ; Li solail, quant par matin lefrat, L[é]enz mult [grant] clarté rendrat.

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