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September 20, 2018

Collaborative Shakespeare II

Having written and posted a piece on Shakespeare and his collaborators in great haste, we find it necessary to add a few additional points that may have been glossed over in the previous post. The first point of clarification has to do with John Florio, pictured to the left, and his participation in editing material […]

September 19, 2018

Collaborative Shakespeare

I really don’t have time for this.  But having been subjected elsewhere to that particularly distasteful sniping style of unfocused tit-for-tat technique common to our modern computer keyboard commando, I am compelled to clarify a premise on this forum. People love to argue about William Shakespeare; the person, the writer, the authenticity, the works.  I […]

September 28, 2018

Saturday morning quotes 7.14: Lachrimæ V

We return to our series on John Dowland’s Lachrimæ, or Seaven Teares after an unplanned interruption with a few posts on the subject of Shakespeare.  For today’s post we revisit the lute solo versions of the Lachrimæ pavan thought to be Dowland’s inspiration for the 1604 collection for five viols—or violins—and lute, and indeed received […]