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Henry Purcell - Z 628 King Arthur III, 22 What power art thou.

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Z 628 King Arthur III, 22 What power art thou.

COLD GENIUS:
What Power art thou,
Who from below,
Hast made me rise,
Unwillingly and slow,
From beds of everlasting snow!
See'st thou not how stiff,
And wondrous old,
Far unfit to bear the bitter cold.
I can scarcely move,
Or draw my breath,
I can scarcely move,
Or draw my breath.
Let me, let me, Let me,
let me, Freeze again...
Let me, let me, Freeze
again to death!
 
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Υποβλήθηκε από Pietro LignolaPietro Lignola στις Δευ, 10/06/2019 - 16:49
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Aria of the Cold Genius ("Cold Song") from the third act of "King Arthur". "King Arthur, or The British Worthy", is a semi-opera in five acts with music by Henry Purcell and a libretto by John Dryden. It was first performed at the Queen's Theatre, Dorset Garden, London, in late May or early June 1691.

 

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ScieraSciera    Δευ, 10/06/2019 - 17:08

It's (early) modern English, not Middle English.
Middle English was spoken until the 15th century, that author lived in the 17th century. I've re-categorized it, and I've removed the . at the ends of the featuring-artist-list and the also-performed-by-list.

ScieraSciera    Δευ, 10/06/2019 - 17:10

And I've added the poet into the featuring-artist-field and moved the modern performers into also performed by.

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