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No doubt this was due to the nature of the media in which he mainly worked, the masque and the 138 song-book.
The lovely "nocturne" of the evening plain had passed into a Vision or Masque of Force that captured the mind.
MARRIAGE LA MODEMRS. HUMPHRY WARD
It is needless to add, that they were young ladies habited as peasants, and that there was a masque at the chateau.
He made his Masque what it ought to be, essentially lyrical, and dramatic only in semblance.
This dance or “masque proper,” often elaborated into several measures, came near the end of the show.
Anvers, malgr un lger masque de snobisme, qui pourrait tromper, n'a pas chang depuis.
INSTIGATIONSEZRA POUND
He that can spare more To his minion for a masque, cannot but ransom Such a brother at a million.
And they added a devilish wistfulness to her Carmen and a surprising feel of genuineness to the whole masque.
I, MARY MACLANEMARY MACLANE
So in the poem: the phantasy is not maintained; the masque is up.
Henry Purcell (he says) transformed the Masque into the Opera, or rather annihilated the one and introduced the other.
TWELVE GOOD MUSICIANSFREDERICK BRIDGE

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