Comparisons of all textual witness of the songs of The Gipsy Prince

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The Gipsy Prince by Thomas Moore and Michael Kelly, Edited By Frederick Burwick
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Comparisons of all textual witness of the songs of The Gipsy Prince

All links point to side-by-side comparisons of the song witnesses. In the several cases where all witnesses are the same, the songs may be viewed as reading texts.
  1. "Happy the Heart that love has blest."
  2. "My Heart I confess has had amorous fidgets." Appears in ms. only.
  3. "I remember." Note: The text of this song is the same in all witnesses, except the ms., where it does not appear.
  4. "Bleak rains may fall." Note: The text of this song is the same in all witnesses.
  5. "I’ve roam’d thro’ many a wearied round." Note: The text of this song is the same in all witnesses.
  6. "Sweet oh sweet."
  7. "Good Night, good Night." Note: The text of this song is the same in all witnesses.
  8. "Where Gipsey gone?"
  9. "In the name and glory of the Inquisitory." Note: The text of this song is the same in all witnesses, except the ms., where it does not appear.
  10. "Come from thy Cage, silly bird, dost thou hear." Appears in ms. only.
  11. "Yes now I shall think." Note: The text of this song is the same in all witnesses, except the ms., where it does not appear.
  12. "Before I fall to kissing you."
  13. "Love you, my sweet little Gipsey." Appears in ms. only.
  14. "O me was born to wander." Note: The text of this song is the same in all witnesses, except the ms., where it does not appear.
  15. "Fye, fye, you're quite a sinner, girl."
  16. "Oh! in pity hear me suing." Note: The text of this song is the same in all witnesses.
  17. "Yes! for thee too charming Stranger." Note: The text of this song is the same in all witnesses, except the ms., where it does not appear.
  18. "The Gipsey Prince no more shall roam." Note: The text of this song is the same in all witnesses, except the ms., where it does not appear.

Published @ RC

October 2012