Captain John Mason, Founder of New Hampshire (Boston, 1887), 1-32; and Hayman, Quodlibets
, lately come over from New Britaniola, Old New-foundland (London, 1628), E4r.
They were called Quodlibets
when I was first introduced to them by singing, "In the Good Old Summertime" along with "The Sidewalks of New York.
A case in point: to my knowledge, the only doctoral dissertation dedicated to the ensalada is a performance thesis, not a full-fledged musicological study (Roger Hamilton Wesby, "The Ensaladas of Mateo Flecha el viejo: Nonsensical Quodlibets
or a Genre of Deeper Meaning?
2) This includes printed literature by John Mason, Briefe Discourse of the New-found-land (1620), Richard Whitbourne, Discourse and Discovery of Newfoundland (1620), and Discourse Containing a Loving Invitation (1622), Richard Eburne, A Plaine Path-Way to Plantations (1624), William Vaughan, The Golden Fleece (1626), and The Newlanders Cure (1630), and Robert Hayman Quodlibets
Lately Come Over from New Britaniola (1628).
As Holofernes and Nathaniel traded their macaronic quodlibets
on the correct pronunciation of English and Latin tags, they were aided and abetted in comic terms by the minstrels in the gallery above providing them with a variety of reedy farts and squeaks, in response to which they could look disconcertedly at each other and waft their hats.
All references to the Quodlibets
are from this edition.
There were no conditionals, quodlibets
, orsic et nons in this formulation, so Hamilton had to fall back on agency, and in this case both a reconstructive and retroactive agency on the one hand (Nitze's having recast his own intentions to fit a desired result that had not been manifest at the time of the signing) and an alienated, non-privileged agency on the other (those 'lawyers' that Hamilton speaks of derisively who have caused Nitze to change his mind).
64) John Speed, The Theatre of the Empire of Great Britaine (London, 1611, STC 23041), 157; Robert Johnson, Nova Britannia, Offering Most Excellent Fruits by Planting in Virginia (London, 1609, STC 14699); Robert Hayman, Quodlibets
, Lately Come Over from New Britaniola, Old Newfoundland (London, 1628, STC 12974).
In 1544, the editor and music teacher Wolfgang Schmeltzl produced an anthology of quodlibets
, including at least one German contrafact of an Italian composition (Matthias Werrecore's "Schlact vor Pavia," based on Philipp Verdelot's "Una battaglia") for use in teaching at his monastic school in Vienna.