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" WHO would summer pleasures try, Let him to the meadows hie. O'er the mountain, in the vale, Gladsome sounds and sights prevail : In the fields fresh flowers are springing, In the boughs new carols singing, Richly in sweet harmony There the birds new music... "
Lays of the Minnesingers Or German Troubadours of the Twelfth and Thirteenth ... - Page 170
edited by - 1825 - 326 pages
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The Poets and Poetry of Europe: With Introductions and Biographical Notices

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - English poetry - 1845 - 779 pages
...title is unknown. An ancient ballad of "The twelve old Masters," calls him " a ßslier in Steiermark." WHO would summer pleasures try, Let him to the meadows...Richly in sweet harmony There the birds new music ply. 198 199 This is all thine own, sweet May ! As thy softer breezes play, Snow and frost-work melt away....
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Deutiska: An Historical and Oritical Survey of the Literature of Germany

1863 - 367 pages
...beauty, correctness, and piquancy. We give here a translation of his beautiful song — ' Summer.' Who would summer pleasures try, Let him to the meadows...new music ply. This is all thine own, sweet May! As ihy softer breezes play, Snow and frost-work melt away. Old and young, come forth! for ye Winterbound...
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Diutiska: An Historical and Critical Survey of the Literature of Germany ...

Gustav Solling - German literature - 1863 - 367 pages
...for beauty, correctness, and piquancy. We give here a translation of his beautiful song— ' Summer.' Who would summer pleasures try, Let him to the meadows...new music ply. This is all thine own, sweet May! As ihy softer breezes play, Snow and frost-work melt away. Old and young, come forth! for ye Winterbound...
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Poetry of the Fields: Passages from the Poets Descriptive of Pastoral Scenes ...

Nature in literature - 1864 - 128 pages
...Sing ye ! join the chorus gay ! Hail this merry, merry May ! CONRAD VON KIRCHRERO. SUMMER PLEASURES. WHO would summer pleasures try, Let him to the meadows...mountain, in the vale Gladsome sounds and sights prevail : 16 In the fields fresh flowers are springing, In the bougha new chorals singing, Richly in sweet...
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POETRY OF THE FIELDS

1866
...Sing ye ! join the chorus gay ! Hail this merry, merry May ! CONRAD VON KIRCHBERQ SUMMER, PLEASURES. WHO would summer pleasures try, Let him to the meadows...mountain, in the vale Gladsome sounds and sights prevail : 16 In the fields fresh flowers are springing, In the boughs new chorals singing. Richly in sweet...
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Poetry of the Fields: Passages from the Poets Descriptive of Pastoral Scenes ...

Nature in literature - 1867 - 112 pages
...ye ! join the chorus gay ! Hail this merry, merry May ! CONRAD VON KIRCHRERG SUMMER PLEASURES. Wiio would summer pleasures try, Let him to the meadows...mountain, in the vale Gladsome sounds and sights prevail : 16 In the fields fresh flowers are springing, In the boughs new chorals singing, Richly in sweet...
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The poets and poetry of Europe, with intr. and biogr. notices, by H.W ...

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow - 1871
...title is unknown. An ancient balhtd of "The twelve old Musters," calls him " a Jishtr in Steiermark." WHO would summer pleasures try, Let him to the meadows...Richly in sweet harmony There the birds new music ply. 198 199 This is all thine own, sweet May ! As thy softer breezes play, Snow and frost-work melt away....
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Wheeler's Graded Studies in English: First Lessons in Grammar and Composition

William Henry Wheeler - English language - 1898 - 192 pages
...paints the glowing year ; Where'er we turn the raptured eye, Her splendid tints appear. — LEIGH HUNT. Who would summer pleasures try, Let him to the meadows...sounds and sights prevail; In the fields fresh flowers spring, In the groves the robins sing ; Thro' the branches of the trees Gently sighs the summer breeze....
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The universal anthology: a collection of the best literature ..., Volume 9

Richard Garnett, Léon Vallée, Alois Brandl - Literature - 1899
...may ever lie there, And my heart be green aa your vesture fair. "THE CHANCELLOR." [Date uncertain.] Who would summer pleasures try Let him to the meadows...vale, Gladsome sounds and sights prevail ; In the field fresh flowers are springing, In the boughs new carols singing, Kirh 1 v in sweet harmony There...
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THe Universal Anthology

Richard Garnett - 1899
...may ever lie there, And my heart be green as your vesture fair. "THE CHANCELLOR." [Date uncertain.] Who would summer pleasures try Let him to the meadows...vale, Gladsome sounds and sights prevail ; In the field fresh flowers are springing, In the boughs new carols singing, Richly in sweet harmony There...
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