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The compleat gentleman

  title={The compleat gentleman},
  author={Henry Peacham},
63 Citations
‘With sound of lute and pleasing words’: The Lute Song and Voice Types in Late Sixteenth- and Early Seventeenth-Century England
  • R. Robinson
  • History
    Royal Musical Association Research Chronicle
  • 2021
Abstract The Elizabethan and Jacobean lute song (1597–1622) represents one of the most iconic genres of all early music. Although much literature has been dedicated to this repertory, the issue of
Evoking Castalia as Envisaged, Entoned and Embodied -- informed by the bertsolitaria process ?
  • Art
  • 2020
Introduction Imaginable aesthetic enactivism? Reframing championships and the quest to conquer Con-taining significance in the con-quest of the moment Cognitive significance of a con-tainer Creative
Questionable Classification of Figures of Speech
  • Art
  • 2020
As fundamental to persuasive rhetoric, it is curious, but potentially significant, that the variety of styles of speech is so notably framed by the term figures of speech. As a term which has both
Masculinity and Danger on the Eighteenth-Century Grand Tour
The Grand Tour was a journey to continental Europe undertaken by British nobility and wealthy landed gentry during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. As a rite of passage, the Tour also played
Spoken song and imagined music in Cymbeline
Believing her to be dead, Arviragus and Guiderius perform the funerary rite for Innogen in William Shakespeare’s Cymbeline, but the men speak the words of the dirge listed as ‘Song’ in the first
"I knew him in Padua": London theatre and early modern constructions of erudition
This paper examines one aspect of the two-way cultural traffic between London and Padua: how the city of Padua figured in debates about the nature of masculinity in early modern London, especially