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Nine Songs

The Nine Songs are lyrical, shamanistic incantations dedicated to nine classes of deities worshipped by the Chu people of south China during the first millennium B.C. The original text consists of eleven songs,... more

Eighteen Songs of a Nomad Flute: The Story of Lady Wenji

Represented here are scenes from the life of Lady Wenji (Cai Yan), who was abducted by a horde of marauding barbarians about A.D. 195 and spent twelve years among the Xiongnu, a Mongol tribe, as wife of their c... more

Ten Oxherding Songs

Ten waka (poems of thirty-one syllables) describing the various stages of spiritual awareness, from the initial search to final realization, are couched in the classic Zen parable Ten Ox-Herding Songs, which li... more

Study for an Engraving of "Songs in the Opera of Flora"

Hubert François Gravelot (French, Paris 1699–1773 Paris)

Study for an Engraving of "Songs in the Opera of Flora"

Hubert François Gravelot (French, Paris 1699–1773 Paris)

Study for an Engraving of "Songs in the Opera of Flora"

Hubert François Gravelot (French, Paris 1699–1773 Paris)

Study for an Engraving of "Songs in the Opera of Flora"

Hubert François Gravelot (French, Paris 1699–1773 Paris)

Study for an Engraving of "Songs in the Opera of Flora"

Hubert François Gravelot (French, Paris 1699–1773 Paris)

Study for an Engraving of "Songs in the Opera of Flora"

Hubert François Gravelot (French, Paris 1699–1773 Paris)

Study for an Engraving of "Songs in the Opera of Flora"

Hubert François Gravelot (French, Paris 1699–1773 Paris)

Study for an Engraving of "Songs of the Opera of Flora"

Hubert François Gravelot (French, Paris 1699–1773 Paris)

Study for an Engraving of "Songs in the Opera of Flora"

Hubert François Gravelot (French, Paris 1699–1773 Paris)

Study for an Engraving of "Songs in the Opera of Flora"

Hubert François Gravelot (French, Paris 1699–1773 Paris)

Study for an Engraving of "Songs in the Opera of Flora"

Hubert François Gravelot (French, Paris 1699–1773 Paris)

Study for an Engraving of "Songs in the Opera of Flora"

Hubert François Gravelot (French, Paris 1699–1773 Paris)

Study for an Engraving of "Songs in the Opera of Flora"

Hubert François Gravelot (French, Paris 1699–1773 Paris)

Study for an Engraving of "Songs in the Opera of Flora"

Hubert François Gravelot (French, Paris 1699–1773 Paris)

Study for an Engraving of "Songs in the Opera of Flora"

Hubert François Gravelot (French, Paris 1699–1773 Paris)

Study for an Engraving of "Songs in the Opera of Flora"

Hubert François Gravelot (French, Paris 1699–1773 Paris)

Study for an Engraving of "Songs in the Opera of Flora"

Hubert François Gravelot (French, Paris 1699–1773 Paris)

Study for an Engraving of "Songs in the Opera of Flora"

Hubert François Gravelot (French, Paris 1699–1773 Paris)

Study for an Engraving of "Songs in the Opera of Flora"

Hubert François Gravelot (French, Paris 1699–1773 Paris)

Study for an Engraving of "Songs in the Opera of Flora"

Hubert François Gravelot (French, Paris 1699–1773 Paris)

Study for an Engraving of "Songs in the Opera of Flora"

Hubert François Gravelot (French, Paris 1699–1773 Paris)

Study for an Engraving of "Songs in the Opera of Flora"

Hubert François Gravelot (French, Paris 1699–1773 Paris)

Study for an Engraving of "Songs in the Opera of Flora"

Hubert François Gravelot (French, Paris 1699–1773 Paris)

Study for an Engraving of "Songs in the Opera of Flora"

Hubert François Gravelot (French, Paris 1699–1773 Paris)

Study for an Engraving of "Songs in the Opera of Flora"

Hubert François Gravelot (French, Paris 1699–1773 Paris)

A New humorous song, on the Cherokee chiefs Inscribed to the ladies of Great Britain : To the tune of, Caesar and Pompey were both of the horned / / by H. Howard.

A broadside comprising seven verses in letterpress below an engraving, representing three Red Indian Chiefs in their national costumes; these men are named, "The Stalking Turkey", "The Pouting Pidgeon", "The Ma... more

The election, a medley, humbly inscribed to Squire Lilliput, professor of scurrility

Cartoon shows the old courthouse in Philadelphia during the October 1, 1764 election where a line of men wait at the steps on the right to enter the courthouse and cast their votes; in the foreground, many men,... more

The desponding hero of the Coldstream - a military madrigal

Print shows dejected members of the Coldstream Guards sitting around a banquet table bemoaning a possible assignment in America. Includes five stanzas of verse.

The gig / Wells del.

Print shows two British sailors waving banners labeled "Rodney," one smokes a long clay pipe, between them is a Dutchman, his hands behind his back, sitting in the bottom portion of a toy top, he says, "Mine he... more

Utilité particuliére, du vaisseau volant Divers utilités, du vaisseau volant.

Two songs illustrated with humorous pictures of men using flying machines for various purposes. The left panel shows a man fleeing from his creditors, while the four vignettes to the right depict a clergyman, a... more

portrait from "P. W.s Bottle Companion; a collection of convivial songs, etc"

This image has been taken from scan 000006 from "P. W.s Bottle Companion; a collection of convivial songs, etc". The title and subject terms of this image have been generated from tags, created by users of the ... more

marbling from "The songs, odes, ballads, duets, and glees, in an opera, entitled: Sketches from life; or, The wandering Bard"

This image has been taken from scan 000004 from "The songs, odes, ballads, duets, and glees, in an opera, entitled: Sketches from life; or, The wandering Bard". The title and subject terms of this image have be... more

marbling from "The songs, odes, ballads, duets, and glees, in an opera, entitled: Sketches from life; or, The wandering Bard"

This image has been taken from scan 000005 from "The songs, odes, ballads, duets, and glees, in an opera, entitled: Sketches from life; or, The wandering Bard". The title and subject terms of this image have be... more

Loyal Songs of Itako (Chūkō itakobushi)

Katsushika Hokusai (Japanese, Tokyo (Edo) 1760–1849 Tokyo (Edo)) Edo period (1615–1868)

Songs of Innocence and of Experience: Holy Thursday

William Blake (British, London 1757–1827 London)

Songs: "Mary, dear Mary list awake. And take the moon thy slumbers break..."

One sheet of a series of satires, designed as a song book. Composed of vignette scenes, each scene illustrating in a humourous fashion a single line from a popular song of the day. The imagery derives from hunt... more

Songs: "What's this dull town to me..."

One sheet of a series of satires, designed as a song book. Composed of vignette scenes, each scene illustrating in a humourous fashion a single line from a popular song of the day. The imagery derives from hunt... more

Songs: "Deserted by the waning moon..."

One sheet of a series of satires, designed as a song book. Composed of vignette scenes, each scene illustrating in a humourous fashion a single line from a popular song of the day. The imagery derives from hunt... more

Songs: "Ye Gentlemen of England That Live at Ease..."

One sheet of a series of satires, designed as a song book. Composed of vignette scenes, each scene illustrating in a humourous fashion a single line from a popular song of the day. The imagery derives from hunt... more

Songs: "What beau was arm'd completer..."

One sheet of a series of satires, designed as a song book. Composed of vignette scenes, each scene illustrating in a humourous fashion a single line from a popular song of the day. The imagery derives from hunt... more

Songs: "A Blessing unknown to ambition & Pride"

One sheet of a series of satires, designed as a song book. Composed of vignette scenes, each scene illustrating in a humourous fashion a single line from a popular song of the day. The imagery derives from hunt... more

Songs: "That Love's a Tyrant I can prove..."

One sheet of a series of satires, designed as a song book. Composed of vignette scenes, each scene illustrating in a humourous fashion a single line from a popular song of the day. The imagery derives from hunt... more

Songs: "When in death I shall calm recline..."

One sheet of a series of satires, designed as a song book. Composed of vignette scenes, each scene illustrating in a humourous fashion a single line from a popular song of the day. The imagery derives from hunt... more

Songs: "I am the boy for bewitching them..."

One sheet of a series of satires, designed as a song book. Composed of vignette scenes, each scene illustrating in a humourous fashion a single line from a popular song of the day. The imagery derives from hunt... more

Songs: "Ye gentle gates that fan the air..."

One sheet of a series of satires, designed as a song book. Composed of vignette scenes, each scene illustrating in a humourous fashion a single line from a popular song of the day. The imagery derives from hunt... more

Songs: "Throwing off dull melancholy..."

One sheet of a series of satires, designed as a song book. Composed of vignette scenes, each scene illustrating in a humourous fashion a single line from a popular song of the day. The imagery derives from hunt... more

Songs: "Far removed from Noise & Smoke..."

One sheet of a series of satires, designed as a song book. Composed of vignette scenes, each scene illustrating in a humourous fashion a single line from a popular song of the day. The imagery derives from hunt... more

Songs: "My love she's so pretty..."

One sheet of a series of satires, designed as a song book. Composed of vignette scenes, each scene illustrating in a humourous fashion a single line from a popular song of the day. The imagery derives from hunt... more

Songs: "Music hath power to melt the Soul..."

One sheet of a series of satires, designed as a song book. Composed of vignette scenes, each scene illustrating in a humourous fashion a single line from a popular song of the day. The imagery derives from hunt... more

Songs: "While happy in my Native Land..."

One sheet of a series of satires, designed as a song book. Composed of vignette scenes, each scene illustrating in a humourous fashion a single line from a popular song of the day. The imagery derives from hunt... more

Songs: "With ____ mixture without measure..."

One sheet of a series of satires, designed as a song book. Composed of vignette scenes, each scene illustrating in a humourous fashion a single line from a popular song of the day. The imagery derives from hunt... more

Songs: "A Highland lad my love was born..."

One sheet of a series of satires, designed as a song book. Composed of vignette scenes, each scene illustrating in a humourous fashion a single line from a popular song of the day. The imagery derives from hunt... more

Songs: "When jealous out of Season..."

One sheet of a series of satires, designed as a song book. Composed of vignette scenes, each scene illustrating in a humourous fashion a single line from a popular song of the day. The imagery derives from hunt... more

Songs: "Ye little loves that round her wait..."

One sheet of a series of satires, designed as a song book. Composed of vignette scenes, each scene illustrating in a humourous fashion a single line from a popular song of the day. The imagery derives from hunt... more

Songs: "O would t'were my lot..."

One sheet of a series of satires, designed as a song book. Composed of vignette scenes, each scene illustrating in a humourous fashion a single line from a popular song of the day. The imagery derives from hunt... more

Songs of Innocence and of Experience: Holy Thursday

William Blake (British, London 1757–1827 London)

Songs of Innocence and of Experience: The Angel

William Blake (British, London 1757–1827 London)

Songs of Innocence and of Experience: Spring

William Blake (British, London 1757–1827 London)

Songs of Innocence and of Experience: On Anothers Sorrow

William Blake (British, London 1757–1827 London)

Songs of Innocence and of Experience: Infant Sorrow

William Blake (British, London 1757–1827 London)

Songs of Innocence and of Experience: A Dream

William Blake (British, London 1757–1827 London)

Songs of Innocence and of Experience: The School Boy

William Blake (British, London 1757–1827 London)

Songs of Innocence and of Experience: London

William Blake (British, London 1757–1827 London)

Songs of Innocence: Title Page

William Blake (British, London 1757–1827 London)

Songs of Innocence and of Experience: The Chimney Sweeper

William Blake (British, London 1757–1827 London)

Songs of Innocence and of Experience: Night

William Blake (British, London 1757–1827 London)