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The English Ballads and the Church

Louise Pound
PMLA
Vol. 35, No. 2 (1920), pp. 161-188
DOI: 10.2307/457323
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/457323
Page Count: 28
Subjects: Language & Literature
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This item contains 27 references.

[Footnotes]
  • 1
    E. Flügel, Zur Chronologie der englischen Balladen, Anglia, vol. XXI (1899), pp. 312 ff.
  • 2
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Compare P. F. Baum, " The English Ballad of Judas Iscariot,"' Publications of the Modern Language Association of America, vol. XXXI (1916), p. 181
    • "The Mediæval Legend of Judas Iscariot," ibid., p. 481.
  • 3
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • W. W. Greg, The Modern Lan- guage Review, vol. VIII, p. 64
    • vol. IX (1913), p. 235.
  • 4
    Robin Hood mentioned in Piers Plowman.
  • 5
    This reference contains 4 citations:
    • The Four Elements, dated by Schelling about 1517.
    • Halliwell edition, Percy Society Publications, 1848, pp. 50, 51.
    • pricksong in The Oxford Dictionary.
    • Jean Beck (La Musique des Troubadours, Paris, 1910, pp. 19-24)
  • 9
    Böhme, Geschichte des Tanzes (1888), pp. 244 ff.
  • 10
    WV. H. Hulme, E. E. T. S., Extra Series, 100 (1907).
  • 11
    This reference contains 3 citations:
    • Compare in The Minor Pieces of the Vernon Manuscript, vol. I, ed. Horstmann, E. E. T. S., No. 98 (1892) "The Miracles of Our Lady," p. 138
    • "The Visions of Seynt Poul wan he was rapt into Paradys," etc.; vol. II, ed. Furnivall (1901), " Susannah, or Seemly Susan," p. 626
    • the Sloane Manuscript 2593, "St. Nicholas and Three Maidens" and "Nowel, Mary moder cum and se,"
  • 12
    Lyric Poetry [1913], p. 19
  • 14
    J. H. Boynton, Studies in the English Ballad Refrain, with a Collection of Ballad and Early Song Refrains (1897)
  • 15
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • compare A Song of Joseph and Mary in a manuscript of the Advocate's Library, Edinburgh, dated 1372, first printed by Professor Carleton F. Brown, Selections from Old and Middle English (1918)
    • Lamentacio Dolorosa and Lullaby to the Infant Jesus, first printed (from the same manu- script) by Professor Brown.
  • 16
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Bernhard Fehr, Die Lieder der HS. Sloane 2593, Archiv, vol. CIX, p. 51.
    • Compare also some of the short religious pieces edited by Furnivall, E. E. T. S., vol. XV (1866), as "Christ Comes," p. 259, from the Harleian Ms. 7322.
  • 17
    MS. Balliol 354. Richard Hill's Commonplace Book, E. E. T. S., Extra Series 101 (1907).
  • 18
    Notes and Queries, 1905.
  • 20
    MS. Balliol 354. Richard Hill's Commonplace Book. Ed. Dy- boski, E. E. T. S., Extra Series, 101 (1907), p. 1.
  • 21
    Ed. Dyboski, E. E. T. S., 101, p. 40.
  • 22
    English Literature: Mediœval (1912). Home University Lib- rary edition, p. 159.
  • 23
    E. E. T. S., 101 (1907), p. 32.
  • 24
    Balliol MS. 354.
  • 25
    Dissertation on Ancient Songs and Music, prefixed to Ancient Songs and Ballads. Vol. I (ed. of 1829), p. lxxviii.
  • 26
    De Gestis Pontificum Anglorum. Chronicles and Memorials of Great Britain and Ireland during the Middle Ages. Published under the direction of the Master of the Rolls, 1858-99, p. 336.
  • 28
    B. Hauréau, Notices et Extraits de Manuscrits, xxiv, ii, 2;84, from Bib. Nat. Lat. 3218 and 3529.
  • 29
    Warton, History of English Poetry, ed. of 1840, pp. 81, 82.
  • 30
    Kennet, Parochial Antiquities (1695), ed. of 1818.
  • 31
    Handlyng Synne, ed. F. J. Furnivall, E. E. T. S., 119.
  • 33
    "The Ballad and the Dance," Publications of the Modern Language Association, vol. XXXIV, p. 360.
  • 34
    The Conplaynt of Scotland, 1549. Edited by J. A. H. Murray, E. E. T. S. (1872), vol. I, p. 63