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Index to musical allusions in the play texts

± Location of less standard stage directions as well as musical terms or concepts used figuratively

* Refer also to Glossary above

+ Selected examples of the use of this word which appears to have musical significance

Q Preceding a reference indicates its appearance in the First Quarto of 1623 (but not in the First Folio)


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A

A re ToS III.i 72
air (song) Cym II iii 17; Mu II iii 57
*alarum
*alman
angel (singing) Cym IV ii 49; Ham V ii 313; MoV V i 61
*anthem TGoV III i 239
(dance an) *antic, antic round, antick LLL V i 106, 140; Mac IV i 145; TNK III v 75


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B

B mi ToS III.i 73
bacchanal A&C II vii 100; MND V i 48
*bagpipe(s), bagpiper IH4 I ii 76; MoV I i 53, IV i 48, 55; Oth III i 19; WT IV iii 183
*ballad, ballads AW I iii 60, II i 73,172; A&C V ii 212; As II vii 148; 1H4 II ii 44; LLL I ii 104; MND IV i 210; WT IV iii 185, 188, 277-8, 281
ballad maker Cor IV v 225; Mu I i 235
ballad monger(s) IH4 III i 126
bass, basses, base (pitch, voice) ToS III.i 45, 46; Tem III iii 99; TGoV I ii 97; WT IV iii 44
bass viol, see viol
bawdy song 1H4 III iii 12
bells and bones TNK III v 87
*bells (funeral) R&J IV iv 113
(sweet) bells jangled Ham III i 161
*bergamask MND V i 354
bird of dawning (cock) (*bird song and calls)
birds chant; heard a *bird sing 2H4 V v 105; T.A.II iii 12
bird song and calls (specified), see blackbird, cock, cuckoo, goose, jay, nightingale, ouselcock, raven,singing birds. throstle (thrush), warbling note, wren
blackbird (*bird song and calls)
blind harper’s song LLL V ii 405
blow, thou blow’st (wind instrument) T&C IV vi 9, 10; IV vii 159
*branle, *brawl, brawling LLL III i 7, 8; R&J III i 3
brazen din (trumpets) A&C IV iv 36
brazen pipe T&C IV vi 7
*breast (singing voice) TN II iii 18
breath (to sing) TN II iii 21
breath (playing a wind instrument) Ham III ii 346
* broken music (part music) As I ii 131-2; H5 V ii 241; T&C III i 49
broken time (musical rhythm) R2 V v 43
broken voice (adolescence)
*burden, burthen (chorus) As III ii 242, IV ii 13; Mu III iv 41; (Tem I ii 383); TGoV I ii 85; TNK IV iii 10; WT IV ii 194
bugle Mu I i 238
buzzing melody T.A.III ii 64


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C

C fa ut ToS III.i 74
calves’-guts (strings on a stringed instrument) Cym II ii 28
*canary (dance) AW II i 73
*caper 2H6 III ii 264; LLL III i 10; MW III ii 61; Per IV ii 115; R3 I i 12; TN I iii 116, 135
*catch TN II iii 17, 57, 61, 62, 87
*caterwauling
catlings (strings on an instrument; name given to a musician in band) R&J IV v 133; T&C III iii 294
celestial harmony Ham II ii 422; H8 IV ii 80
change in the music TGoV IV ii 66, 67
chanson, chant, chants (song, sing) Ham II ii 422; T.A. II iii 12; TN II iv 45; WT IV iii 208
chirping of a wren 2H6 III ii 42
choir, choiring Cor II ii 113; H8 IV i 92; MoV V i 62
*cinque pace (‘sink-a-pace’) Mu II i 67, 71; TN I iii 125
*cittern head (decorative carved end of fingerboard) LLL V ii 604
cliff (clef) ToS III i 75; T&CV ii 12
close (musical cadence) H5 I ii 182; R2 II i 12
cock (*bird song and calls)
*comets
compact of jars As II vii 5
compass (range of musical notes) Ham III ii 355
*conceit (fancy)
concord AW I i 168; Mac IV iii 99; MoV V i 84; MND V i 60; R2 V v 47; TGoV I ii 95
*consort (musical ensemble) 2H6 III ii 331; R&J III i 44, 48; TGoV III ii 83
*coranto AW II iii 44; H5 III v 33; TN I iii 123
*cozier’s catches
crack (broken voice) Cym IV ii 237
crickets sing Cym II ii 11
crotchet(s) Mu II iii 55; R&J IV iv 144
crow (*bird song and calls)
cuckoo (*bird song and calls)
cymbals Cor V iv 51


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D

D sol re ToS III.i 75
*dance, dancer, dances, dancing A&C II i 73, vii 109, xi 36; As V iv 198;
see also soldier’s dance LLL IV iii 355, V ii 146, 147, 218, 228. 400; MW III ii 91, V v 79; Mu II i 64, 97, V iv 116, 119; Per V Gower 3; R2 II iv 12, III iv 6; R&J I iv 13, 14, v 135, III i 48; Tos II i 33; Tem IV i 183; TN II iii 53; TGoV III ii 80; TNK V iv 47, V iv 51; WT V ii 144, 153, 182, 334, 346
dancing measures As V iv 191
dancing schools H5 III v 32
deep harmony R2 II i 6; R3 III vii 49
*descant R3 I i 27, III vii 49; TGoV I ii 95
dirges R&J IV iv 115
*discord, discords AW I i 167; As II vii 6; 3H6 V vi 48; Oth II i 199; R&J III i 47, v 28; T.A II i 70; T&C I iii 110
discord in the spheres As II vii 6
disordered string R2 V v 47
distance (accuracy of intonation) R&J II iv 21, III i 46
*division (variation) 1H4 III i 206; Lear I ii 134; Mac IV iii 97; R&J III v 29
drone (bagpipe) 1H4 I ii 70
*drum Cor I x 42, III ii 113, V iv 49, vi 150; IH6 I iv 80; Oth III iii 357; ToA IV iii 47, 58; T.A I i 274; T&C V ix 32
*drum and fife Mu II iii 15
dulcet and heavenly sound, dulcet sounds MoV III ii 51; ToS Ind. i 49
*dump(s), deploring dump Mu II iii 70; R&J IV v 132, 134; TGoV III ii 84
dying fall (cadence) TN I i 4


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E

E la mi ToS III.i 76
+ ear, ears (listening to music) Cym II iii 28; MoV V i 56; R2 V v 46; R&J II i 221
eunuch (voice production) Cym II iii 29
excellent music Mu II iii 87


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F

fa (position in musical scale), see also divisions Lear I ii 152; R&J IV iv 145, 146
false strains (discords) As IV iii 69
false (strings out of tune) JC IV ii 342; TGoV IV ii 57. 59
fancy (musical fantasia) 2H4 Q III ii 327
fiddle H8 I iii 41, 42
fiddler (musician figuratively) ToS II.i 157; T&C III i 1, iii 293
fiddlestick 1H4 II iv 436; R&J III i 47
fife Cor V iv 50; MoV II v 30; Mu II iii 15; Oth III iii 357
filthy tunes 1H4 II iii 45
finger (figurative) Ham III ii 68, v 363
fingering Cym II iii 15; Ham III ii 70, 346, ToS II i 150, III.i 63
flat (tuning) TGoV I ii 94
*flourish MoV III ii 49
*flute A&C II ii 202, vii 129
foot it, footing (dance) R&J I v 26; Tem I ii 377
*freeman song
French song H8 I iii 41
fret (on fingerboard of instrument) Ham III ii 359; ToS II i i49, 152
full close (cadence) H5 I ii 182


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*galliard H5 I ii 252; TN I iii 123, 146
gamut see *Ut, re, mi ToS III.i 69, 70, 71, 72, 77
(song of) good life TN II iii 35, 37
*good-nights 2H4 Q III ii 328
goose (cackle: *bird song and calls)
govern, government (control when playing an instrument) Ham III ii 345; MND V i 123; Mu III ii 55
ground (bass) R3 III vii 49; T.A. II i 7


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harmony, harmonious Ham III ii 350; 2H6 II i 160; 3H6 IV vi 14; H8 III i 6, IV ii 80; LLL I i 165, IV iii 342; MND II i 151; MoV V i 57, 63; Mu II 111 38; Per II v 27, IV i 45; R2 I iii 159, II i 6; ToS III i 14; Tem III iii 18; IV i 119; T&C III i 52
harp 1H4 III i 123; MND V i 45; R2 I iii 156
*hautboy A&C IV iii 11; (Cor V iv 49); 2H4 III ii 316; (ToA I ii 146)
*hay (country dance) LLL V i 147
healthful music Ham III iv 132
hear (music) MoV V i 65
heavenly harmony, heavenly music, see also *still music Per V i 234; ToS III i 5; Tem V i 52; T.A. II iv 48
heavy music 1H6 IV ii 40
hoarse (singing voice) As V iii 11
hobby horse (in morris dance) Ham III ii 128, 129
holding (burden i.e. chorus all joining in) A&C II vii 108
holy descant R3 III vii 49
*hornpipe WT IV iii 44
*horns LLL V i 64; MND IV i 124, 137; Mu II iii 59; T.A II iii 18, 27
horse hairs (the bow of stringed instrument) Cym II iii 28
household harmony 3H6 IV vi 14
humming Te II i 322
hunter’s peal T.A. II ii 13
*hunts-up R&J III v 34
hymn As V iv 135; MoV V i 66; MND I i 67


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I

in tune As IV ii 8; Oth III iv 121; ToS III.i 37
insectes singing, see crickets
instrument(s) As IV iii 69; Cym I x 41, IV ii 185;Ham III ii 358; JC IV ii 308, 332; R2 I iii 157; ToS I i 82, II i 99, III.i 22, 25, 62; T&C III i 92; TGoV III ii 83
instrument(s) (wind) Oth III i 3, 10
instrument (lute) JC IV iii 237
instruments of war (trumpets) Cor I ix 41; 1H4 V ii 97


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J

jar, jars, jarring note (discord) As II vii 5; 2H6 II i 56; Lear IV vii 16; ToS III.i 38, 45, V ii 1; TGoV IV ii 68
jay (*bird song and calls)
+ *jig Ham II ii 503; LLL III i 10, IV iii 165; Mu II i 66; TN I iii 125
jig maker Ham III ii 119


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K

kept time (in musical performance) As V iii 42; Ham III iv 131
kettle(drum) Ham I iv 12; V ii 269
key MND III ii 207; Mu I i 84
key (tuning)
knock-it (music begin) H8 I iv 112


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L

lamenting dirges T&A III ii 62
lamenting elegies TGoV III ii 81
lark (bird song, *bird song and calls, ‘bird of dawning’) Ham I i 161; LLL V ii 890; MND IV i 92; R&J III v 2, 6, 21, 27, 31, 33; WT IV iii 8
la*volt, lavolta H5 III v 33; T&C IV iv 85
*loud music A&C II vii 106
love-song(s) TN II iii 34, 36; TGoV II i 21-22; WT IV iv 193
lullaby T.A. II iii 29
*lute(s) (Ham IV v 20); IH4 I ii 75. III i 206; H8 Q III i 620; LLL IV iii 340; Mu II i 86; Per IV Gower 25; R3 I i 13 (ToS II i 38, 146, 147, 148, 156, III i 73); T.A II iv 45; TGoV III ii 78
lute string Mu III ii 1251
(sing to the) lute; Oth II i 20
lute-case H5 III ii 43


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M

*madrigals (MW III i 17)
mannish crack (breaking voice) Cym IV ii 237
march 3H6 II ii 60
*masque(s) A&C II vii 123; LLL IV iii 355, V ii 58; Mac II v 28; MoV II iv 821, v 870, 876, vi 978; MND V i 1872, 218, 1864; R&J I v 34, 37; ToS II siel?; TN I iii 218
May-Day morris AW II ii 23
*mean (pitch of voice) LLL IV ii 329; TGoV I ii 96; WT IV ii 44
*measure (dance) As V iv 44, 177; H5V ii 134; H8 II i 110; John I iii 304; LLL V ii 221, 222; MW V v 78; Mu II i 64, 66; R2 Q I iii 291, III iv 6; R3 I i 8; R&J I iv 9-10, v 49; TN V i 35;
melodious, melody T.A. II iii 12, 27; T&C III i 67; TGoV I ii 86
mellifluous voice TN II iii 52
mermaid’s song CoE III ii 170
merry ballad, merry note (As II v 3); WT IV iv 284
minim R&J II iv 22
minstrels, minstrelsy 2H6 II i 56; LLL I i 174; Per V ii 7(2495); R&J III i 45, IV v 116=2773; ToA II ii 158
*morris, morisco AW II ii 24; H5 II iv 25; 2H6 III i 365; TNK II ii 277
mouth (adolescent’s breaking voice) AW II iii 61
*music (band of musicians) A&C II v 1, 3, 11; As V iv 1876; Ham IIII i 159, ii 295; 2H4 II iv 12, V v 106; H5 II iv 25; 2H6 III i 365; H8 I iii 47, II i 112, (III i 6, 12), IV ii 95; MoV V i 55; Mu II i 62; Oth III i 18; R&J III i 45, IV iv 22; IV v 16; ToS Ind .i 50
*music (figuratively) Ham II i 73, III i 150; H5 I ii 182; 2H6 II i 59; MND IV i 105, 109; R2 V v 44; R&J II iv 23, vi 27; ToA I ii 49
*music, musics A&C IV iii 9; As II vii 173, V iv 176; Cym II iii 11. 12, 27, 37, III iv 176, V iv (2); Ham III i 159, ii 282, 295, 347, IV 132, 1H4 V ii 98; 2H4 II iv 12, V v 106; Tem I ii 148, 390, 394, III ii 148, IV i 178; ToA I ii 130; T.A.II i 70; T&C III i 17, 24, iii 303; TN I i 1, II iv 1, III i 1; TGoV III i 179, IV ii 30, 34, 54, 66, 89; TNK III v 30, V viii 98H5 I ii 183, vii 250; 2H6 II i 56; JC I ii 103, IV ii 320; MfM IV i 14; MoV III ii 43, 45, 48, IV ii 29, 87, V i 53, 68, 69, 76; MND IV i 30, 86, V i 40; Mu II iii 13, 36, 40, 44, V i 68, 69, iv 120; Oth II i 201, III i 12, 15, 16; Per III ii 88; R2 II i 211; V v 42, 43; 61; R&J II ii 167, iv 23, IV iv 234; ToS Ind .ii 35, I.i 36, II i 56, III i 7;
*Music from the spheres, Music of the spheres As II vii 6; Per V i 231: TN III i 113, 1342, 2446
music in parts H5 I ii 181; T&C III i 18
music in the air / under the earth A&C IV iii 12-13
musical As II vii 5; 1H4 III i 229; H5 III vii 17; MfM IV i 11
musical …discord MND IV i 117
musician, *musicians As IV i 11; Ham III ii 295, 298, 364, III iv 141; 1H4 III i 220, 228; 2H4 IV v 3, 4, V iv 106; H8 IV ii 78; MoV V i 105; Mu II iii 36 819; Oth IV i 191; R&J I v 28, IV v 102,138, 144; ToS I ii 172, II i 144; III i 62, ii 147; T&C III i 19; TGoV IV ii 5
music’s origin TNK V iv 61


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N

natural close (harmony) H5 I ii 182
night raven (*bird song and calls) Mu II i 84
nightingales sing, night bird (*bird song and calls) MoV V i 104; R&J III v 2, 5, 7; TGoV III i 179
noise (group of musicians) 2H4 II iv 11; Mac IV i 106
note, notes, noted (musical, pitch) A&C IV iii 9; As V iii 40; Ham III ii 355; H8 IV ii 48 2632; LLL II v 3 2632, II iv 125, III i 12, Mu II iii 573, 54; Oth III i 10; R&J IV iv 145, 1776, 2779; ToS III i 77, IV iii 1094, V ii 1; ToA I ii 50; T.A. III i 86; T&C IV v 2, V iii 11,3282„ x 45 3672; TN I ii 81; TGoV I ii 81, V iv 5
notes of sorrow (musical lament) Cym IV ii 242


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O

organ (musical instrument: recorder) Ham III ii 356
ousel cock (blackbird : *bird song and calls)
out of tune As III ii 243; Cym, IV ii 242; Ham III i 161; R&J III v 27; T&C III iii 291; TGoV IV ii 58
owl Cym III v 2260


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P

(bear a) part (singing in parts) WT IV iii 293, 296, IV iv 2624
part writing H5 I ii 181
pavin (pavan), passymeaures pavin TN V i 198
pegs (of stringed instrument) Oth II i 201
pie(s) (magpie) 3H6 V vi 48
pipe(s), piping Cor III ii 113; Ham III ii 68, 358, 369; LLL V ii 879; MND I i 67; II i 433; Oth III i 19; WT IV iii 182
pipe (metaphor) 2H4 Ind 15
Pipe of Hermes H5 III vii 18
plainsong (no frills) H5 V ii 57; H8 I iii 45; MND I i 138
play (instrument) Ham III ii 352, 359; 1H4 III i 220, 2H4 II i 244; LLL V ii 216; Mu V iv 120; TGoV IV ii 73
point of war (trumpet) 2H4 IV i 52
prick-song R&J II iv 21
proportion (rhythmic) R2 V v 44, R&J II iv 22
psalms WT IV iii 43
psaltery Cor V iv 50; Ham III ii 390


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Q

quick ear TGoV IV ii 61
quiring angels; quired; see choir, choiring


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R

raven’s note 2H4 III ii 40
re (position of note in scale) R&J IV v 120, 122
rebec (instrument’s name given to a musician in band) R&J IV v 136
recheat (hunting summons) Mu I i 235
record (bird singing) Per IV Gower 27; TGoV V iv 6
recorder Ham III ii 279; MND V i 123; Mu III ii 60
reed voice (of male adolescence) MoV III iv 67
reels Ham I iv 10
rich music R&J II vi 27
ringlets (*round dance) MND II i 86; em V i 37
round, roundel (dance) MND II i 14, ii 1


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sackbut(s) Cor V iv 50
sad and solemn music H8 V ii 80
scurvy tune TN II ii 55
*sennet
sharp, sharps (tuning) R&J III v 28; TGoV I ii 92
sheep’s guts (strings on instrument) Mu II iii 58
silver sound (of stringed instruments) R&J IV v 130, 132, 145
sing, singing, sings, sung AW I iii 81. 83, III ii 6-9, 240; A&C I v 9, II vii 107; As II v 20, 28, 45; vii 174, IV ii 11; Cor IV vi 8; Cym IV ii 49, 237, 241; Ham IV v 169, V iii 313; IH4 III i 205, 231, 240, 254, 255, V vi 49; 2H4 III ii 325; IH6 IV ii 40; (H8 III i 5); MW V v 95; T&C III i 60, iii 221, IV iv 84; V ii 10, 11; TN II iv 1, II iv 9, 41, 49, 67; TGoV I ii 83, 86, 89; TNK II iv 19; IV ii 82; WT IV iii 58, 137, 141, 184, 207, 212, 291, 293
sings (metaphorically) H5 III vii 16
sing to the lute Per IV Gower 25-6
singing (birds) (Cym II iii 20); R2 I iii 248
singing-man 2H4 II i 92
sings (metaphor) H5 III vii 16
sings lamentably WT IV iii 190
sink-a-pace, see cinque-pace TN I iii 125
skill’d in music TGoV III ii 91
sleepy tune JC IV ii 318
so (position of note in scale) R&J IV v 120
softest music R&J II ii 167
soldier’s dance Per II iii 95
(sad and) solemn music; solemn air Cym V iii 123, H8 V ii 80; Tem V i 57
sol fa ToS I ii 17
song, songs AW I iii 78, 81, III ii 9; As II v 12, vi 274, vii 4, III ii 242, IV ii 6, V iii 46; IH4 III i 216; Mu II iii 77; Oth IV iii 28; T&C III i 113; TN II iii 31, 34, II iv 34, 41; TGoV I ii 88, 96; TN II iv 41; TNK II iv 20; WT IV iii 58; 191, 314, 613
sound (play music) A&C II vii 131; Cym IV iii 235; Ham IV v 27, III ii 69; 1H4 III i 248
soundpost (part of his instrument’s name given to a musician in the band) R&J IV v 139
sound music MND IV i 83
sounds of music MoV V i 55; Tem I ii 391, II ii 55
still music of recorders TNK V i 136
speak (instrumental voicing) Ham III ii 391
stop, stops (holes controlling pitch on wind instruments) Ham III ii 69, 353; 2H4 Ind. 17; Mu II iii 55
strain (tune, musical phrase) JC IV iii 256; LLL IV iii 343; TN I i 4
strike up WT IV iii 165
string, strings (instruments) Cym IV ii 31; JC IV iii 288; Per I i 81; T.A. II iv 46; T&C I iii 109; TGoV IV ii 6
(disordered) string R2 IV v 47
stringless instrument R2 II i 150
sung, see sing; song
sweet air Tem II ii 393
sweet *consort TGoV III ii 84
sweet harmony MoV II i 56; Per V i 45
sweet music MoV V i 69; R2 II ii 168; R3 IV ii 79; Tem III iii 19; T&C III ii 134; TGoV II vii 8
sweet thunder MND IV i 17


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tabor Cor V iii 51; Mu I iii 13; TN III i 2; WT IV iii 182
taborer Tem III ii 154; TNK III v 23
ta(m)bourines A&C IV viii 76; T&C IV v 274
Te Deum H8 IV i 94
three-man song-men WT IV iii 43
throstle, thrush (*birdsong and calls)
time (rhythmic proportion) As V iii 42; R2 V v 42, 43; R3 I i 24; R&J II iv 21
tongs and the bones (rustic instruments) MND IV i 29
touch (play an instrument) Ham III ii 344; JC IV iii 255; MoV V i 67; R2 I iii 163
tongue (sound, singing Cym II ii 15; R&J II vi 27
treble (voice) As II vii 162; 2H4 III ii 355
treble (string) ToS III.i 38
treble hautboy 2H4 III ii 316
trip and go LLL IV ii 139
trip, trip it, tripping (dance) John V ii 155; MW V v 91; MND IV i 101, V i 428; Per II iii 108; Tem IV i 46; TN II iii 43, V i 35; TNK III v 90
triplex (in triple time) TN V i 34
Troy stanzas ‘Was this fair face’ AW I iii 69-77
trump; trump and drum Oth III iii 356; T.A. I i 274
*trumpet(s) A&C II vii 129; Cor I x 42, V iv 50; Ham I iv 12, V ii 275, 276; 1H4 V i 4; 2H4 IV i 52; MoV V i 75; T&C I iii 253, 260, 274, IV v 3, 6, 11, V viii 14
trumpet (cock crow) Ham I i 14
*trumpet (military); trump 2H4 IV i 52, IV ii 34, V v 2; IH6 I iv 80; Oth III iii 3
*trumpet (identifying the House) ToS Ind. i 72; WT II ii 38
trumpeters A&C IV ix 35
*tucket H5 IV ii 35
tunable (tuneful); see also out of tune MND I i 84, IV i 123
tune (figurative) TGoV V iv 6
tune (melody) As V iii 14; 1H4 II ii 46; MoV V i 121; TGoV I ii 78; WT IV iii 186, 214, 262, 290, 295, 61
tune (an instrument) As II ii 203; Cym II iii 13, V v 466; Ham III i 167; LLL III i 12; R2 I iii 159; ToS III.i 39; T&C III iii 290; TN II iv 50; TGoV I ii 77, 80, 81, 86, 87, IV ii 25, V iv 6
twangling (musical instrument) ToS II i 158; Tem III ii 140


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unstring’d (instrument) R2 I iii 156
untun’d (instrument); untunable (out of tune) As V iii 35; Lear IV vii 16
untuned (figuratively) Lear IV vi 14
ut re mi la mi fa LLL IV ii 99


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V

ventages (holes controlling pitch on wind instruments) Ham III ii 345
viol, viol-de-gamboys, bass viol CoE IV iii 72; Per I i 81; R2 I iii 156; TN I iii 23
virgin voice Cor III ii 114
virginals TNK III iii 34
virginalling upon his palm WT I ii 127-9
voice(s), (singing) As II v 15, vii 161, viii 12, 40, V iii 12; Cym IV ii 236; Mu II iii 43
*voltas H5 II v 33


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W

warble, warbling note As II v 34; MND V i 405
wassail Ham I iv 10
wedlock hymn As V iv 135
well tuned Oth II i 200; T.A III iii 18
wind (blow the hunting horns) Mu I i 238
wind (playing) Ham III ii 334
wind instrument, wind instruments Oth III i 6, 10, 19, 23
wind pipe ToA_______
wooing dance ToS I ii 68
wren (*birdsong and calls) 2H6 III ii 42
wry-necked fife MoV II ii537B


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