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" It is well known that the Elizabethan plays generally began with a prologue and ended with a "jig," which has been described as a "dramatic performance in rime, every part of which was sung by the performers, and one which was frequently exhibited on... "
The Spanish Stage in the Time of Lope de Vega - Página 60
por Hugo Albert Rennert - 1909 - 635 páginas
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The Thracian wonder, by J. Webster and Rowley. The English traveller; Royal ...

Charles Wentworth Dilke - 1815
...in the Prologue to the " Fair Maid of the Inn," is, in my opinion, a dramatic performance in rhyme, every part of which was sung by the performers, and...stage as an Afterpiece, as Farces are at present. I do not mean that the word was not sometimes used by our ancient dramatists in other senses : the...
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Old English plays [ed. by C. W. Dilke].

English plays - 1815
...in the Prologue to the " Fair Maid of the Inn,'' is, in my opinion, a dramatic performance in rhyme, every part of which was sung by the performers, and...stage as an Afterpiece, as Farces are at present. I do not mean that the word was not sometimes used by our ancient dramatists in other senses : the...
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The Thracian wonder

Charles Wentworth Dilke - 1816
...in the Prologue tb the " Fair Maid of the Inn," is, in my opinion, a dramatic performance in rhyme, every part of which was sung by the performers, and...stage as an Afterpiece, as Farces are at present. I do not mean that the word was not sometimes used by our ancient dramatists in other senses : the...
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A History of English Dramatic Literature to the Death of Queen Anne, Volumen1

Sir Adolphus William Ward - 1899 - 1940 páginas
...jig — a term defined by CW Dilke (Continuation of Dodsley, 6 vols. 1816, vi. 326), as signifying 'a dramatic performance in rime, every part of which...stage as an Afterpiece, as Farces are at present.' Cf. ante, p. 454, note, as to Tarlton's Jigge of a horse hade offooles. — It seems to have been only...
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A History of English Dramatic Literature to the Death of Queen Anne, Volumen3

Sir Adolphus William Ward - 1899
...a. jig — a term denned by CW Dilke (Continuation of Dodsley, 6 vols. 1816, vi. 326), as signifying 'a dramatic performance in rime, every part of which...stage as an Afterpiece, as Farces are at present.' Cf. ante, p. 454, note, as to Tarlton's Jigge of a horse hade offooles. — It seems to have been only...
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The Spanish Stage in the Time of Lope de Vega

Hugo Albert Rennert - 1909 - 635 páginas
...dello mucho me pesa que merece ser condesa y tambien emperadora "A la perra moral A la matadora!"3 1 It is well known that the Elizabethan plays generally...I, p. 476. See also Collier, Annals, Vol. Ill, pp. 3768.) 'Cancionero Classense, Roma, 1902. "This shows, moreover, that the bayle entitled La Perra Mora...
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The Spanish Stage in the Time of Lope de Vega

Hugo Albert Rennert - 1909 - 635 páginas
...dello mucho me pesa que merece ser condesa y tambien emperadora "A la perra moral A la matadora!"3 ' It is well known that the Elizabethan plays generally..."dramatic performance in rime, every part of which was sang by the performers, and one which was frequently exhibited on the stage as an afterpiece, as farces...
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