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==Music files==
 
==Music files==
 
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{{Editor|Christopher Shaw|2021-03-01}}{{ScoreInfo|A4|4|231}}{{Copy|Personal}}
:'''Edition notes:''' Please click on the link for preview/playback/PDF download.
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==General Information==
 
==General Information==
'''Title:''' ''Like as the damask rose, you see''<br>
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{{Title|''Like as the damask rose, you see''}}
 
{{Composer|William Crotch}}
 
{{Composer|William Crotch}}
 
{{Lyricist|Simon Wastell}}
 
{{Lyricist|Simon Wastell}}
  
{{Voicing|4|SATB}}<br>
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{{Voicing|4|SATB}}
 
{{Genre|Secular|Glees}}
 
{{Genre|Secular|Glees}}
 
{{Language|English}}
 
{{Language|English}}
 
{{Instruments|A cappella}}
 
{{Instruments|A cappella}}
 
{{Pub|1|}}
 
{{Pub|1|}}
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{{Descr|A setting of Wastell's "Of Man's Mortalitie". The text is sometimes attributed to Francis Quarles.}}
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==Original text and translations==
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{{Text|English|
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Like as the damask rose you see,
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Or like the blossom on the tree,
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Or like the dainty flow'r of May,
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Or like the sun, or like the shade,
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Or like the gourd, which Jonas had.
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E'en such is man whose thread is spun,
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Drawn out and cut and so is done.
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The rose withers, the blossom blasteth,
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The flow'r fades, the morning hasteth,
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The sun sets, the shadow flies,
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The gourd consumes, and man he dies.
  
'''Description:''' A setting of Wastell's "Of Man's Mortalitie". The text is sometimes attributed to Francis Quarles.
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Like to the grass that's newly sprung,
 
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Or like a tale that's new begun;
 
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Or like the bird that's here today,
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Or like the pearled dew of May,
 
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Or like an hour, or like a span,
==Original text and translations==
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Or like the singing of the swan.
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E'en such is man who lives by breath,
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Is here, now there, in life and death:
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The grass withers, the tale is ended,
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The bird is flown, the dew's ascended,
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The hour is short, the span is long,
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The swan's near death; man's life is gone.}}
  
 
[[Category:Sheet music]]
 
[[Category:Sheet music]]
 
[[Category:Romantic music]]
 
[[Category:Romantic music]]

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Editor: Christopher Shaw (submitted 2021-03-01).   Score information: A4, 4 pages, 231 kB   Copyright: Personal
Edition notes: Please click on the link for preview/playback/PDF download.

General Information

Title: Like as the damask rose, you see
Composer: William Crotch
Lyricist: Simon Wastellcreate page

Number of voices: 4vv   Voicing: SATB
Genre: SecularGlee

Language: English
Instruments: A cappella

First published:
Description: A setting of Wastell's "Of Man's Mortalitie". The text is sometimes attributed to Francis Quarles.

External websites:

Original text and translations

English.png English text

Like as the damask rose you see,
Or like the blossom on the tree,
Or like the dainty flow'r of May,
Or like the sun, or like the shade,
Or like the gourd, which Jonas had.
E'en such is man whose thread is spun,
Drawn out and cut and so is done.
The rose withers, the blossom blasteth,
The flow'r fades, the morning hasteth,
The sun sets, the shadow flies,
The gourd consumes, and man he dies.

Like to the grass that's newly sprung,
Or like a tale that's new begun;
Or like the bird that's here today,
Or like the pearled dew of May,
Or like an hour, or like a span,
Or like the singing of the swan.
E'en such is man who lives by breath,
Is here, now there, in life and death:
The grass withers, the tale is ended,
The bird is flown, the dew's ascended,
The hour is short, the span is long,
The swan's near death; man's life is gone.