(CM203: 2 cues) SM17 in this play ‘the blaring stridency of military instruments is both self-expression and psychological compensation’. The York Waits have produced an excellent recording of 21 pieces ‘Music from the time of Richard III’ ۞Saydisc CD-SDL364

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Ii7-8[Our stern alarums changed to merry meetings. Our dreadful marches to delightful *measures.]
12-13[He capers nimbly in a lady’s chamber To the lascivious pleasing of a lute].
24-27[Why, I in this weak piping time of peace Have no delight to pass away the time, Unless to spy my shadow in the sun And descant on mine own deformity] W8-9 his villainy characterised by the rustic pipe (descant recorder)
93-94[We say that Shore’s wife hath a pretty foot…]271
a) DO355-8 ‘Woeful lamentation of mistress Jane Shore’ set to ‘Come live with me and be my love’ tune and words(180a)
b) DO358-365 ‘Lamentation of Shore’s wife’ set to ‘The New Hunt is up;(18, 948)
IIIi0; 149The Trumpets sound; A sennet
v15no s.d. [Hark! a drum!].
28-31[…his conversation with Shore’s wife,…] DO355-365(271)
IVii0; 3Sound a sennet; Sound {a sennet}
79[Thou sing’st sweet music] ( figuratively)
iv134-5A march within [The trumpet sounds. Be copious in exclaims]
135Enter…{marching with drummers and trumpeters}
149-151[A flourish, trumpets! Strike alarum, drums!…Strike I say!] Flourish. Alarums
Vii0Enter…with drum and colours
v70-130(B243) *supernatural music: eerie sounds in wailing minor key: flutes and shivering of cymbals would be effective271A
224{Exeunt to the sound of drums and trumpets}
vi67Drum afar off.
vii0; 6Alarum. Excursions; Alarums
viii0; 41Alarum…Retreat and flourish; {Flourish}

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